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CITY OF ATLANTA, 



For 1877. 



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Containing a List of tlie Ihliabitanis, their Residence and 
Oeenpation; a Cl«Mifled Commercial IMrectory; a Com* 
plete Record of City Officers, Clinrclies, Conrts, 
Secret Societies, &c.; also, a fldl and com- 
plete List of Officers of the Stiite 
. and National Goyemments. 



A. E. SHOLESt^ubusher. 



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Air-Iiae Eailway 

THE SHORTEST LINE 

To DANVILLE, WASHINGTON, / 

LYNCBBURG, BALTIMOBE, 

RICHMOND, PHILADELPHIA, 

NEW YORK, BOSTON, 



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SLEEPING- CAR FACILITIES, 

Ail»nU to Dan?ilU and ftiehmond, and fhim Richmond to WMbingion, Bftlii- 
more, PhilftdtlphU and New York wiihoat ehenge. Also, PULLMAN SLEEPING 
CARS from DtnTiUo to Boston without ohfttoge. 

Equipment thorough and new, with tXl modem eppUanees for safetj, end im- 
proTementa for the oomfort snd acoommodation of Paaeengers. 



Through Tiekets on sale at the Union Passenger Depot, bj Ponnm & Johksox, 
noket Agents, and at No. 4 Kimball House, bj R. D. Mahii, Ticket Agent. 



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IJSTTEODUCTOBY. 



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We take pleasure iu presenting the public herewith whU w« be* 
lieve to be a more accacate and complete aty Ddrwtory than AtUnU 
haseTerhad. 

The utmost care has been taken, from the inception of the work 
to its <4p8e, to obtain correct aad reUable information, and lo aamnge 
and classify it in the most convenient form. Absolute fi'eedom fh>m 
error can never be attained, nor should it be e3q)ect^ in a work of 
Ms ^OjKacter, and we only claim to have put forth our best effo^ to 
makoa volume of which the citizens, and we as publishers, should be 
prottc)* * -^-:.-- 

In our judgment, it is not the province of the Diijectory publisher 
to enlarge upon the wealth or poverty, the high or low taxes the 
good or bad system which prevaiU in the government of the city. 
The question asked by the seeker for knowledge within these pa^ 
wiU be, " Where can I find the party I want ? *' « Who represent the 
different lines of trade or manufactures in Atlanta ? " " Who are the 
members of the firm with which I desire to transact business ? " Or 
perh«^ the inquiry may be, "How does the population compare 
with that of form^ years?" **Is the city advancing or standing 
ttiU ? " To all such inquiries this volume will, we thinJc, give'satis^ 
factor)' answet^. 

The Directory of Athinta for 1875 contained 7,806 names j that of 
1876 8,249. This book contains 10,273 names— an excess of 2,124 
over the last issue, and 2,588 over the issue of 1875. 

In connection with the canvass, a census of the population was 
Uken, the returns from which show Atlanta to have 32,835 inhab- 
itants. 

It may be proper here to state, however, that no census, not even 
that of the.United States government, is or can be complete. If, in- 
stead of endeavormg to obtain and fUmish as reliaWe a census ai 
possible, we were to estimate the population, as is done elsewhere, 
and Qsed the lowest multiple which is used in any city, viz. : 8>^, it 
would show the present population of Atlanta to be 35,956.* With 

m u'^.^'^.r"^ ^'^ ^^"^^ ^^ ^^^ *»"• ^^^ and Uioee glren on p«, 
01, Is explained by the (hot that the latter were printed before tbe full retarns.were in* 



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<]».l>wliito-retains of tt. ceiiiM,aadth»ertlin«to m made to other 
dSn^S? one wUhe. to take Ihe "golden me*n 'tw«t two ex. 
tremee." no objection wfll be offered. _, . .. 

T^onr intention to have added to the Directory . new eity 
■up, but we were not able to make the proper '««'«f<«"«"'f- . j^ 
Jheib«mee of t map however, we eaU attention to the newly revised 
SeSoSde, page. 17 to 87, which, thongh incomplete on accoun^ 
oftte defwavr.y.tem of nnmbertog which prevail., will yet be 
fimnd of much aeristance to the stranger. , 

Hnch time and tobor have been expended to the ««nK«ment of 
the Appendix, page. 29 to 82. and we inviteepecial attention to it as 
eontai^ a targe amount of totere.Un8 informaOon concerning 
city, county, State and government official^ conrto, churches, schools, 
«e<iret and benevolent wcieties, railroads, money order offices, pop- 
ntation of prtodpal dties, etc., etc. 

To our advertiring department we refer with plewure, as repre- 
•enting m«iry of the best houses to the city, and we hereby extend 
our thanks to our advertisers and patrons generaUy for the encour- 
aMneutwe have received at their hands. A city directwy i» in 
^»tant use thro^whont the year, referred to by thousands Upon 
thousand, of different people, many of whom the advertiser would 
reach by no other medium, and, aside from the fact that the stranger 
form. hi. estimate of the pubUc .pirit and enterprise of a city more 
ftom the appearance of ito directory than to any other way, we be- 
Uevethat each one of the advertisers does, to the course of the year, 
receive a personal return that more than pays for the investment. 

In condurion, we would state that it is our totention, ftovidence 
ttermitting, to continue the publication of the Atlanta Diwc^ry 
tfom year to year, and We beUeve we can safely promiw that the 
book fbr 1878 riiall be a. mudi superior to the prewnt work as 
ire think tiie prewnt work i. roperior to any previou. directory pub- 
lidied in Atlanta. , 

Very rereectfully, 

A. E. SHOLES, PnbliAer. 




GENERAL INDEX, 



AbbreTlatkuui ^ ^.. 81 

ActdemlM, etc ^.. 83 

▲drcrtltiDg Department p 06 

Apptndix .....^.......„.... t9 

Atlsnto Street BaUroad ^.... 48 

fi«»df J 88 

B«nk» — .......j...^ 84 

Benerolent Organiationt ^ «...- 48 

Board of Aldermen^ m.m«.mm...w.... 80 

Board of Common Coancll M 

Board of £dacation 88 

Board of Health »^.«...i..-. 81 

Board of Pollee CommiMionen..^..^^.,. 81 

Board of Trade 1 84 

Board of Underwriters... 84 

0oard of Water Oomffligsioners 81 

Catholic InititotionB 87 

Churches ...^.^...1..... 85 

City Court.....* ^... ^ 81 

City Qoreroment.... ^..„M^..,i.fiii.. SO 

City Officers ....w m......mm , 80 

Clubs.. ^ Hi ....<„.<*i...i*..i. 87 

C(Qnmercial Directory..^ ».....8S9 

Cosgreea of the United States.. , 64 

Corrections. Bemovals, etc ,4.... 15 

Coanty Oourts..«4.<.».<.«4.....,;..... „,^„ 47 

uomty Record 't«4.«...;k.«v...*.«M.4MM. ^46 

Dcamatie Asaociations..«..MW.....M......i 88 

SdncatioBal - 88 

Ilr^ Department. «.. 88 

Qeneral Birectory of Names 81 

Georgia State Gorenuneal......^.....^... 47 

Halls and Public Buildings... .'. ... 88 

Headquarters Department of the South... 46 
lucorporated Companies.. u..^.... 87 



Index-to AdYertitementt „. 18 

Insurance Cbmpahies...^.^.........;...^....... 88 

Intonal Rerenae IktpurtnenU^.^,^.^ 48 



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Intraductory 

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I. O. B. M„.... 

Knif^ts of Honor. 
Literary Associations.....^. 

Kasonic Boctetiet :.,^ 

Mayors of Atlanta..;. 

Military OrgaBlnttoHs... ,^,^..m*. 

MisceUaneoos Orders and Societies......... 

Money Order Offices.......... 

Newspapers and Peilodicala 

Odd FeHowi 

Parks and Places of Amusement 

Police Department.. 

Population of Principal Cities....; 

Post-office D^^arUnent .a.....< 

Railroads... , ♦.....«.,. 

Registers in Bankruptcy „«.»... 

Belief and Benevolent Oiganizationti 
Schools and Teachers .......M^..i...« 



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SUte Judiciary.........^..;. X 

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Temperance Societies.... 

United States Government 
U. 8. Commissioners; 
U. S. Courts. ......»....M. 

U. ^. Internal Revenue 
U. S. Officers (local).... 

Wari Boundaries 

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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



Agricola H. A , bakery, etc 69 

Ashley W. Q. 4 Co., doors, saah, blinds, 

etc 78 

Atlanta Nuraariea, M.Cole & Co., proprs. 

(lh>nt fly B.*) 
Atlanta Real EsUte Agency, M. A. BeU 

A Son, proprs 80 

AtlanU Rolling MUl Co 

(back paster and top Unea.) 



Atlanta and Charlotte Air-line R*y 

(b*ck cover and back of title.) 

AtlABta and Gulf fi. B 

(back fly.) 
Beermann A Kuhrt, cigars and tobacco. 

(hack cover) and 886 
Ben MarCM A. A Son, Atlanta Real Es- 
tate Ageaey 80 

Berron A Balmer, hotel and saloon 66 



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Boyi and «lrls of the Soatb, J. H. SeaU , 

pnbUfher ....opp. 17 

BnulboryW. 8. ptlnter..... 75 

BradfltrMt J. M. A; Soa Co. The, com- 
mercial »gtacj < 65 

Calvert Litbograph Co »....0]n>. M 

GnrroU O. C. aalooa and winct ajid 

Hqaon... 190 

Citizens* Bank of Georgia 07 

Cole M. ii Co., proprs Atlanta Nareeries 

(front fly B.) 

Oonetitation Pabliehing Co ....77 and 78 

Conrent of the Immaculate exception. 66 

Clarke Lewis H., The Hatter 

(front cover.) 

Camberland Ronte ...1 "" 

(backflyi) 
Daahicll B. S. ft Co, srcn'l ins. an^ts.... 

(front fly B.) 

Dennison A Co., shipping tags 63 

Dykeman H. B., niercbanl tailor 

(front coyer.) 

JErskine A Co., linens w1k>1 316 

Estill J. H,, Savannah Morning Neva... 

(back fly.) 

Everett A. S., watches, clocks, etc 

(front paster.) 

Farrlngton P. A., mnfg Jeweler 75 

Fay A Bmyn, ar^tects a.. 66 

^Finney A. T , carriage mnfr 69 

Finger William, upholsterer 886 

Fletcher H., florist 868 

Fofd A. C, dentist 866 

Franklin Steam Printing Honse, J. P. 

Harrison «fe Co, proprs />pp. 176 

Freeman B. R., commissioner of deeds. 70 
Georgia Enterprise, S. T. Jenkins, propr 79 

Glenn L. J. A Son, lawyers 71 

Great St^aport FreijrhtLIne 

(back fly.) 
Uurley J. W. Dr., dentist, ocnUst, etc... 

(front ^ver) and 73 

Haiman E., propr Son. Agrl Works 74 

Hall L. H. A Co.,contractors,bailder8,etc. 358 
Harrison J. P. A Co., proi>rs Franklin 

Steam Printing Honse ,.„ „opp. 1T6 

Holmes Nick, boot and shoe maker ........ 69 

Humphrey's Homeopathic Specifics 

(back fly.) 
Hurt B. F. ft J., real estate and ins. agts 80 
Jenkins S. T., propr Geor]^ Enterprise 79 
Johnson Mark W., commer, agr'l imple- 
ments, etc T% 

Karwisch H., baker, grocer, etc.......... 860 

Keith J. L., propr Wilson House.. 873 

Kenny P. J., saloon and lunch room 858 

Kimhro R.. P. 8., clothing and gent's 

ftimiahing ^ 71 

Kreba Lith(^;raph Co opp. 64 

Kmhns William ft Son, photographers.^ 

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La^'omarsino J. , confectionery and fruits 69 
Laud William Ji, analytical chemist... 71 
litnk J. A. Dr., dentist. «.».«■«»..».....«.««>.... 

Low James H. ft Co., genM ins. agti 

(front and back cover, backbone And top 

lines.) 
Lynch ft Thpmton, booksellers and sta- 

Macon lind Brunswick R.R 

(back fly.) 

Memphis and Charleston R. R.... 

(side Uaea.) 

Memphis and Little Rock Kj^„„^ 

(back fly.) 
MillOT G. H. ft Co., silver anAr plated 

ware, etc- 75 

Moore B. F., prcs Moore's Southern 

Bntfiness College 

(back cover.) 
Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Ry 

(back fly.) 

Noble ft Glffbrd, boiler makers, etc 69 

O^Neill John, meats ft vegetables 76 

Ptioto Engraving Ck>. of New Tork..x>pp 898 
Porter ft Davis, foundry and machine 

worka 78 

Ramq;>eck C. M., bookbinder; ruler, etc. 

opp. 879 

Richardson J. A., select school 70 

Ripley T. R.. china, glass and queens- 
ware 

St Louis and Southeastern Ry 

(back fly.) 

Savannah Morning- News 

(back fly.) 
Sawtell H. C, packer and meat market- 
Seals John H., propr Sonny South Pnb- 

lishi^ig Honse..... opp. 

Sharman ft Mangum, dry goods, etc 74 

Sholes A. £., Directory PobUsher ^. 

(opp, baek paaiar.) 

Shropshire Ed. F., shirt mnfr 

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Simmons M. A, liver medleine oj^. 888 

Siaaon Y. P. ft Co., Job printers opp. 8N 

Smith John M.. carriage mnfr 70 

Solomonson S. L., watchea. clocks, etc... 

(flront cover) and 886 
Southern Agrl Works, E- Haiman, propr 74 

Southern Photographic Stock Depot 75 

Sunny South Publishing House, J. H. 

Seals piopr , opp.. 16 

Taylor OUnt, livery and sale stable « 79 

The Chriatlan Union ....' 

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The Methodist (New York) 

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The New York Observer. „.. 

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The New York World 

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Thompson R. G., restaurant 78 

Thrower J. G.. contractor and builder... 

(head each letter.) 
ToauDey, Stewart ft Beck, hardware, 

Aactatnery, etc ^.... 74 

Traynham ft Co,, lumber mntn and deal- 

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Walker ft Boyd, gen'l ini. ag*ti 

(flront fly A.) 
Waters W.. P., propr Sou. Photographic 

Stock Depot 15 



Western and A tlantic R. R. Co.. 

(right bottom linea.) 
Wilkluf, Post ft Co., engineers and 
bridge builders „ 

(front oo?er>>aad 18 

Wilson House, J. L. Keith, propr 871 

WUsQn J. Staiuback, Hygienlclnstltnte 67 
WUsok W. 8. ft Co., coal, lumber, etc... 
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Wilson ft Creekmur, shirt mnlts 

(left bottom lines) and 64 
Yonng Robert C, saloon ., 70 



CORRECTIONS, REMOVALS, ETC, 



ATLANTA & CHAB- 

LOTTE AIR-LINE RAIL- 
WAY, H. W. Sibley, pres ; 
G. J. Foreacre, gen'l mana- 
gep; oflBce 56 Wal 1. (See adv. 
back cover.) 

Barnard Francis (Barnard & 
Bro.), r 179 E. Fair 

Barnard William E. (BarnarJ 
& Bro.), bds 179 E. Fair 

BABNABD ft BKd. 

(F. And W. E. Barnard), op- 
ticians, gold and silver re- 
finers and jewelers, 4 Mari- 
etta 

BraiimuIIer O. L.; successor to 
Turner & Braumuller, Mo- 
tions, etc., 30 Whitehall 

Bryan W. L., watchmaker and 
jeweler, 24 Marietta 



Campbell L. D. Jr. (Potter, 
Campbell & Co.), r 105 S. 
Pryor. 

Chamberlain Mary E., wid 
Charles P., r 150 Whitehall 

Chamberlain William W., elk 
W. H. Green, bds 160 White- 
hall 

Cook & Logan (J. E. Cook and 
F. R. Logan), prov brokers, 
34 Alabama 

Ellis, Davis <fe Co., slate roof- 
ers, office 52 S. Broad 

FABBIirOlX)H F A., 

jeweler, 10 Peach tree, r 1$2 

Decatur. (See adv. p. 76.) 
Mead Eugene N., trav agt, r 

47 Forrest 
Goodrich A. M., with EUig, 

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Compiled ud Arranged by C. W. Norwood. 



EXPLANATIONS. 

Reference to the «* Guide " will show the streets, aTepues, etc., in alphabet- 
ical order regardless of location. To principal thoroughfares is added the in- 
tersecting streets, and, so $«• as practicable, comer numbers are giren, so if 
one wishes to find, say No. 41 Whitehall, it wiU be seen that No. 21 is at cor- 
ner of Alabama, and No. 63 comer of Hunter ; hence, the number sought is 
between those two streets. Many comers are destitute of numbers, which 
defect should be remedied. 

The Union depot, between Pryor and Loyd, east and west, and Wall on the 
north, is the recognized central point, from which the city limits extend about 
one and a half miles in every direction, forming a circle. 

There are four central streets from which others are numbered— yix : Deca- 
tur, running southeast and east; Marietta (continuation of Decatur), ronning 
northwest. Peachtree and West Peachtree running northeast and north, and 
Whitehall running southwest. 

The system of numbering is a rery defective one, and difficult to expUin or 
understand. Odd numbers are on the right, going from the point of beginning ; 
even numbers on the left. 

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Atlanta City Directory. 



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Atlanta City Dlrectory. 



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Alorftl... »^»«y 

At or ay ..atenue 

bet :..- between 

cor corner 

C R «R . . Central Railroad 

Eore.V.V.V.'.V..:! •:•• •v**f* 

gg east side 

Ga R R. Georgia Railroad 

jane junction 

Norn -^^^^ 

ne ••• 

Dr • 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

Qg , nolh side 

n w .* ' .' * . .','.'. ..... .:*....... northwest 

opp opposite 



northeast, 
near 



8 or 8 sottth 

g^ southeast 

south side 
.....street 

sw. . ...;.>.. southwest 

W or w west 

^g west side 

W & A R.R,Western k Atlantic Railroad 



ss 

St 



ALABAMA, from Whitehall se to 
Washington, 2d ward, and nw to C. R. 
R., Ist ward. 

35 cor Pryor 

67 " Loyd 

87 " Washington 

TVest. 

15 cor Broad 

29 *' Forsyth 
« Central R R 

ALEXANDER, from Marietta e to 
West Peachtree, at Cedar, 5th ward. 

ALLAC, from John n to limits, 5th 
ward. 

AMOS, from Hammond west, 2d s 
of U. 8. Barracks. 

ANDERSON, from Connally e to 
limits, 3d ward. 

APPLE, firom North Av n to limits, 

5th ward. 

BADGER, from Ga. R. R. south, nr e 
limits, 3d ward. 

BAILEY, from Stonewall s to Fair, 
Ist ward. 

BAKER, from Peachtree at *junc 
West Peachtree, e to Fort, 4th ward, 
and w to Marietta, 5th waHl. 

Sast. 

84 cor Jry 
56 *< Collins 
118 "Caihoui^ 

" Butler, ss . 

*« Fort. 

-- "West. 
', 23 cor Spring 
. 64 " Williams " 
" Orme 
122 " Hayden 
142 " Hull, ns 
.*' Luckie 
*< Marietta. 



BARRACKS AV., from Chapel se'to 
Peters, Ist ward. 

BARTOW, from W. & A. R. R. ne 
to Cain, 5th ward. 

BECKWITH, from June Chapel and 
Nelson, nw to to High, thence w to 
Chestnut, Ist ward. 

BELL, from Ga. R. R. n to Foster, 
4th ward, and s to Hunter, 3d ward. 

BIGGEliS, from Fort e to cemetery, 

3d ward. 

BLACKMON, from Fort nr Forest 
av ne to Jackson, 4th ward. 

BOOTH'S AL. [See Haynes-] 

BORNE, from Fair south nr e lim- 
its, 3d ward. 

BRADBURY, from Haynes sw to 

Fwr, Ist ni^rd. 

BRADLEY, from Irwin s to Wheat, . 
nr e -Umits, 4th. ward. • . . / . 

BRANCH AL. [See Brotherton.] 

BREE, from Connally nr Crumley, e. 
to Borne, 3d ward. 

BRICK, from Peters, nw, Ist ward. 

BROAD, from Mariett^ane to Luckie 
at Peachtree, 5th. ward, ^nd sw to 
Mitchell, Ist ward. ■ ', i* 

, 24 cer Railroad (Directory office ) 
44 *' Alabama - - - 

^6 " Hunter . 

106 " Mitchell. 
' BROTHER'fON, from W;hitehall at 
Vormwalt, nw to Thompson, Ist ward. 

BRYAN, from GuUatt e to limits, 3d 
ward. 

BUSfi'S AL. [See Howell.] 

BUSH,. from W. & A. R. R. w to 
Mangum, 5th ward. 

BUTLER, from Decatur ne to Foster, 
thence n to Baker, 4th ward, and sw 
to McDonough, dividing 2d and 3d 
wards. 



Nortli. 
41 cor Gilmer 



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69 

92 
117 
148 

195 »' Houston 
Ellis 



Jenkins 
College 
" Foster 
Wheat 



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Cain 
Harris 
*' Baker. 

^_.CA1N, from Peachtree e to RoUing 
Mill St, 4th ward, and w to Luckie 
thence sw. to W. & A. R. R., 5th ward. 



28 cor Ivy 

«9 i« O^ll 



Sast. 



62 
116 
104 
164 



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Collins 
Clifford, ss 
Calhoun 
Butler 
Fort 
Hilliard 
Jackson 
RolUng Mill 

TVest. 

33 cor Spring 
48 ♦* Church, ss 
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93 



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Williams, ns 

James, ss 

Bartow, ss - 

Orme, ns 

Luckie 

Walton 

W. &A. R. R. 
' >CALHOUN, from Decatur ne to Fos- 
ter, thence n to limits, 4th ward, nnd 
sw 10 McDonough at Hunter, 2d ward. 

North. 

•»7 cor Gilmer 
Jenkins 
Foster, es 
Wheat . 

Houston 
Ellis 

Cain 

Harris 

Baker 

Forrest At 

Currier 

Pine 

Merritt'sAV ^i 
Cox ' 

Nerth At. 

CAMERON, from Fair south, i>r e 
limits, 3d ward. 



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CARTER, from DaTis w to Vine, Ist 
ward. 

CASTLEBERRY, from Forsyth w to 
C. R. R., thence nw to Peters. 1st 
ward. 

CEDAR, from West Peachtree at 
Alexander, ne to Peachtree, 4th ward. 

CHAMBERLAIN, from Decatur n 
to Foster, 4th ward. 

CHAPEL, from C. R. R. at Nelson w 
bey Mangum, thence sw to limite, Ist 
ward. 

cor Elliott 

Mangum ^ 

Haynes 
Tattnall 
Porter, ns 
Nelson, ss 
Stonewall 
Fair 
Larkin 

Green's Ferry At, ns 
Holland, ns 
Humphries 
Barracks At. 
CHATHAM, from Gullatt e to lim- 
its, 3d ward. 

CHATTAHOOCHEE, fh)m Simpson 
n to Emma, 5th ward. 

CHATTANOOGA, from Simpson n to 
Johnson, 6th ward. 

CHERRY, from Ndrth At n to lim- 
its, 5th ward. 

CHESTNUT, from Hunter ■ to U S 
Barracks, 1st ward. 

CHURCH, from Peachtree at For- 
syth, nw to Cain, 5th ward. 

CLARKE, from McDonough s to 
Connally, 3d ward, and w to Windsor. 
2d ward. 

CLIFFORD, from Cain s bet Collins 
and Calhoun, 4th ward. 

COLLEGE, ftrom Foster at Calhoun. 
se to Pratt, 4th ward. 

COLLINS, from Decatur ne to Foe- ' 
ter, thence n to North At, and s to Ga. 
R R, 4th ward. 



41 

55 

66 

69 

97 

123 

129 

171 

201 





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North* 


27 


cor 


Gilmer 


47 




Jenkins 


85 




Wheat 


118 




Houston 


138 




Ellis 


165 




Cain 


191 




Harris 


215 




Baker 


268 




Forrest At,. 


299 


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Currier 



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Atlanta City Dieectory. 



Ati^anta City Dibectoby. 



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369 " Pine 

«' Merritt'i Av 

«« Cox 

** North At. 
CONE, from Marietta nc to Church, 

6th ward. 

CONN ALLY, from Fair s to Ander- 
son, 8d ward. 

COOPER, from Whitehall at Fair, s 
to limits, 2d ward. 

CORNELIA, from Ga. R.R. n to Fos- 

*ter, 4th ward. 

CORPUT, from W. &A.R.R. e to 
Plnm, 6th ward. 

COX, firom Peach tree e, 4th ward. 

CRAVEN'S AL., from Butler se to 

Fair, 8d ward. 

CREW, from Mitchell sw to Peters, 
junction of Fair, thence s to Glenn, 2d 

ward. 

oor Mitchell, 88 
•* Peters 
86 " Fair 
66 ** Jones 
95 «' Rawson 
119 ** Clarke 
161 " Fulton 
199 •• Richardson 
265 '• Crumley 

«» Glenn. 
CROWELL, firom Glenn 8 to limits, 

2d ward. 

CRUMLEY, from McDonough e to 
Connally, 3d ward, and w to McDan- 
iel 2d ward. 

CURRIER, from Peachtree nr Cedar, 
e to Fort, 4th ward. 

CYPRESS, from Third, 4th ward, 
n city limits. 



508 



562 



128 " Calhoun ' r ^v ''^X; 
167 '* Butler 
190 ♦* Pratt, ns 
281 ** Moore 
268 " Bell 
298 '^ Fort 
324 ** Hilliard, ns 
864 ** Yonge, ns 
** Daniel, ns 
*< . Rolling Mill, ns 
** Howell, ns 
«« Randolph, ns 
** Lane, ns 
„^« «< Ella, ns. 
DeQIVE, from Simpson n to John, 
nr limits, 4th ward. 

DOVER, from Haynes w to Tatt- 
nall, 1st ward. 

ELLA, from Ga. R. R. n to Foster, 
nr e limits, 4th ward. 

ELLIOTT, from Nelson n to Simp- 
son, 1st and 5th wards. 

ELLIS, from Church at Fairlie, 5th 
ward, e to Fort, 4th ward. 

ELM, from Hunter s to Fair, Ist 

ward. 

EMMA, from W. & A. R. R. at 
North Av, w to limits, 5th ward. 

EZZARD, from Cornelia e to Ella, 
nr e limits, 4th ward. 

FAIR, from Whitehall at Cooper, 2d 
ward e to limits, 3d ward, and from 
Peters w to Chestnut, Ist ward. 

£2ast. 




D*ALVIGNEY, from W. & A. R.R.w 
to limits, 5th ward. 

DABNEY, from Fair s to Bree, nr 
w limits, 8d ward. 

DAIRY, from West Peachtree e to 
Peachtree, opp Cox, 4th ward, and w 
to Plum, 5th ward. 

DANIEL, from Decatur n to Wheat, 
nr e limits, 4th ward. 

DAVIS, firom Mitchell n to Rock, 
1st and 5th wards. 

DECATUR, from Peachtree s e to 
Pratt at Shipley, (continuation of Ma- 
rietta,) thence e to limits, 4th and 5th 
wards. 

17 cor Pryor 
51 *• Loyd, 68 
56 " Ivy, ns 
86 " Collins 



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Forinwalt 


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Pryof 


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Loyd, ns 


95 " 


Pulliam, ss 


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Crew 


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Peters 


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McDonough 


221 ** 


Eraser 


247 " 


Terry 


275 " 


Martin 


301 •' 


King 


817 " 


Connally 


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Haynes 


866 *' 


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Fort, ns 


428 *' 


Grant 


447 *- 


> Gullatt, 88 


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Badger; ss 
Cameron, ss. 
FAIRLIE, from Marietta opp the 
Capitol, ne to Church, 6th ward. 

FIFTH, from West Peachtree e to 
Fort, and w to Cherry bey limits. 

FILLMORE, from Pratt opp Gil- 
mer, e to Fort, 4th ward. 

FORMWALT, from Brotherton at 
Whitehall, s to Glenn, 2d ward. 

FORRfiST,, from Peachtree nr Oak, 
« to Fort, 4th ward. 

FORSYTH, from Marietta ne to 
Church, June Peachtree, ^th ward, and 
bW to Whitehall at Windsor, Ist and 
5th wards. 

Nortlu 

13 cor Walton 

81 «' Grubb ''"" 

41 '• Luckie 

69 ♦* James 

76 " Church. 



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39 

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99 
127 
149 
181 
215 
225 
259 






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Hunter ^ 

Mitchell 
Peters 

Gamett v 

Brotherton « 

Castleberry, ws 
Fair 
. Whitehall. ^ ' 
FORT, from Decatur n to limits, 4th 
ward, and 8 to Fair, 3d ward. 

North:. 

16 cor Fillmore, ws 
Scofield, es * 
Pratt 
Foster 
Whefrt 
Irwin, es* 
Houston 
Ellis, W8 
Cain 
Harris 
Baker, ws 
Forrest Av, ws . 
Blackmon, es ■ 
*' Currier, ws 
" Merritfs Av, ws 
•* North Av 
' f •* Second, W8. 

FOSTER, from Calhoun at CoUere, e 
to limits, 4th ward. 
FOUNDRY, from W. & A. R. R. n e to 



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146 

192 
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224 

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Luckie at Hayden, 6th ward, and wta 
limits, dividing Ist and 6th wards. 

FOURTH, from West Peachtree e to 
Fort, outside limits, and w to South si, 
6th ward. 

FOWLER, from Alexander n to North 
Av, 5th ward. 

FRASER, from Hunter juac Butler, 
8 to limits, 3d ward. . 

FULLER'S ROW, from Fair at Pe-« 
ters, B,e to R. R., Ist ward. 

FULTON, from Eraser, 3d ward, to' 
Smith, 2d ward. 

GALLATIN, from Sute west, n w of 
limits. 

GARNETT, from Peters, Ist ward, ■ 
e to Pu lliam ns Fair, 2d ward. 




5 cor 

37 " Forsyth 
71 " Whitehall 
85 " Pryor 
" Loy-I 
111 " Pulliam. 
GARTRELL, from Yonge e to Dan- 
iel, 4th ward. 

GATE CITY, from Glenn ns Smith. 
8 Uy limiti, 2d ward. 

GILMER, from Hunter n to Ga R R. 
^dward. ^ 

GILMER, from Ivy nr Foster, 8 e Co 
Pratt at Fillmore, 4th ward. 
31 oor Collins 
66 •* Calhouft -» 
93 «* Butler • 
118 «« Pratt 
GLENN, from McDonough e and w 
to limits, 2d and 3d wards. 

GLYNN, from Connally nr ClaAe, 
e to Borne, 8d ward. 

GORDON, continuation of ^Xeam 
west, sw of limits. 

GRANT, from Fair 8 to limits. 8d 
ward. 

GRAY, from Simpson rir Haynes, a 
I to D'AIrigny, 6th ward. 
1 GREEN'S FERRY AV., from Chapel 
at Larkin, w to limits, 1st ward, nonh- 
ern boundary of U 8 Barracks. 

GRUBB, from Peachtree n w to 
Spring 6th ward. 

GULLATT, from Ga R R nr Ceme- 
tery, 8 to Glynn, 3d ward. 

HAMMOND, from Petbrs n w to 
limits, nextsw of liknits. 

HARRIS, from Peachtree e to Roll- 
ing Mill 8t, 4ta ward, and w to Man- 
et U nr Foundry, 5(h ward. 



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Collins 


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200 


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Orme 


116 


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Hayden 


128 


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Marietta. 

HATTY, from Marietta at D' AlTigny, 
Be to State, 6th ward. 

HAYDBN, from Simpson s to Lackie 
nr Foundry, 6th ward. 

HAYNES, from Peters, nr R R, Ist 
ward, n to Simpson, nr Gray, 5t\i ward. 
HENRV, from W. & A. R. R. w to 
Davis, 5lh ward. 

HIGH, from Tatnall sw to Parsons, 
at Walnut, Isi ward. 

HIGHTOWER, from McDaniel, se, 
'2d ward. 

HILL, from Hunter, nr Bell, s to 
limits. 3d ward. 

HILLIARD, from Decatur north, 
1st e of Fort, 4th ward. 

UOGE, from Wheat n to Irwin, e of 
Rolling Mill, 4th ward. 

HOLLAND, from Chapel nw to 
Green's Ferry Av., 1st ward, and from 
Wells, 8 to Glenn, 2d ward. 

HOOD, firom Whitehall, se to Wind- 
sor nr Clarke, 2d ward. 

HORTON, from Fort e to Packard's 
Al, n of Decatur, 4th ward. 

HOUSTON, from Peaohtree at 
James, e to Randolph, 4th ward, 
cor Pryor 
29 *• Ivy 
'* Collins 
** Calhoun 
«• Butler 
« Valentine, ss 
*« Irwin 

" Fort '' . 

" Hilliard 
** Jackson 
** RolUng Mill 
** Howell, ss 
«* Randolph. 
HOWELL, from Ga. R. R. n to Hous- 
ton, 4th waord. 



HUGE, [See Hulsey.] 

HULL, from Simpson s to Luckie 
at Baker. 6th ward. 

HULSEY, from Foundfy s to Mag- 
azine, 1st ward. 

HUMPHRIES, from Whitehall nw 
to Green's Ferry At., at Barracks, 1st 
ward, and se to limits, 2d ward. 

HUFNICUTT, ftrom Marietta opp 
John, e to West Peachtree, 5th ward. 

HUNTER, from Whilehall se to 
GuUatt, nr Cemetery, 2d and 3d wards, 
and nw to R R, thence w to limits, 1st 
ward. 

27 cor Pryor 
*• Loyd. 
83 «« Washington 
a5 " McDonough.ss 
111 " Butler 
121 *• Eraser, ss 
161 ** Terry 
166 " Martin 
201 " King 
229 ** Haynes 
262 '• Bell, ns 
Hill, ss 
Fort 
George 



257 " 
277 " 
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68 
106 
146 
161 

190 



411 

887 



387 •• Guliatt,8S. 

• TVest. 

11 cor Broad 

25 ♦* Forsyth \ , 

66 ".Thompson - 

» C. R. R. 

" Elliott . ' 

139 " Mangum 
169 " Haynes 
181 " Dayis 
137 " Maple. 
- IRA, from Fulton s to Glenn, Ja 

ward „ 

IRWIN, from Fort at Houston, e to 

limits, 4th ward. 
25 cor Hilliard 
«' Jackson 
111 " Rolling Mill 
180 ". Hoge 
149 " Howell 

" 'Randolph. 
IVY, from Decatur nr Loyd, n to 
Peachtree, 4th ward. 
20 cor Line, es 

38 " Gilmer, es ^ 

6Y "Wheat 
104 " Houston 
127 " Ellis 
167 " Cain 



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JACKSON, from Foster n to limits, 
.4th ward. 

JAMES, from Peachtree opp Hous- 
ton, nw to Spring, 5th ward. 

JENKINS, from Collins se «b Pratt 
at Moore, 4th ward. 

JOHN from W. & A. R. R. opp Hun- 
nicutt, w to Lambert, 6th ward. 

JOHNSON, from W. & A. R. R. opp 
Mills, w to Gray, 5th ward. 

JONES, from Windsor nr Whitehall, 
2d ward, e to Hill, 3d ward. 
25 cor Cooper 
" Form wait' 
Pryor 
Pulliam 
Washington 
Crew 

McDonough 
Eraser 
Martin 
Hill 
Haynes 
Warner Av, ss 
Connally. 
JONES AV., from W. & A. R. R. nr 
Elliott, w to Mangum, 5th ward. 

JUNIPER.from North Av. nr Collins, 
4th ward, n bey limits. « 

KELLY, from Eair s to limiU, 3d 
ward. 

KENNEDY, from' Gray w to limits, 
6th ward. 

KIMBALL, from Peachtree w to 
West Peachtree, 4th ward. 

KING, from Ga. R. R. nr Shipley s 
to Qarke. 3d ward. 



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LAMBERT, from Simpson n to lim. 
it«, 5th ward. 

'LANE, from Ga. R. R. n to Foster 
nr e limits, 4th ward. 

LARKIN, from Walker west, 1st 
ward. 

LATIMER'S AL., from Luckie sw 
to Railroad, 5th ward. 

LEE, from Thrasher at Barracks, se 
to Gordon, bey limits. 

LINE, from Peachtree at Decatur 
and Marietta, e to Pryor, 6th ward, 
thence se to Ivy, 4th ward. 

LOVE, from Hill e to limits, 3d 
ward. 

LOVEJOY, from. Simpson n to North 
Av., 6th ward. . 

LOYD, from Union Depot ne to De- 



catur, 4th ward, and sw to Pair, 2d^ 
ward. 

LUCKIE. from Peachtree at Broad, 
■w to Simpson, tJienoe n to Dairy, 6th 
ward. 

6or Forsytlir 
•♦ FairUe 

Cone ' .^--:? 

Spring 

Bartow ' 

Cain 

Hayden, ee * 

Foundry, ws 

Harris 

Thurmond, ws ^ 

Hull, es 

Baker 

Simpson 

Alexander 

Mills ' .. . 

Hunnicutt ' - 

McAFEE, trom $impsen n to North 
Av, 6th ward. 

McDi NIEL, from Whitehall nw to 
Peters, 1st ward, and se to limits, 2d 
ward. 

Mcdonough, firom Hunter at Cal- 
houn, south to limits, dividing 2nd and 
3d wards. 

cor Mitchell, es 

Butler, es 

Fair 

Jones 

Rawson 

Clarke 

Fulton . 

Richardson 

Crumley 

Glenn. 



23 

36 

66 

86 

106 

121 

130 

154 

162 

165 

178 

201 

280 

268 
292 



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45 
76 
103 
141 
161 
201 
236 
265 



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to 



MAGAZINE, from C. R. R. 
Vine, 1st ward. 

MANGUM, fh)m Nelson, 1st ward, 
n to Johnson, 6th ward. 
91 cor Markham 



109 

133 

194 

222 

266 

271 

800 

312 

380 

347 

369 



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Foundry 

Newton 

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891 " Bush 
*< Johnson. 

MAPLE, from Himter s to Parsons 
nr w limits, Ist ward. 

MAPLE, from Tatnall junc Mark- 
ham, Ist ward, n to Powder Magazine, 
> 6th ward' 

MARIETTA, from Peach tree, opp 
Decatur nw to limits, 6th ward. 
19 oor Broad 
44 ♦' Forsyth 
67 " Fairlie, ns 
67 *♦ Cone, ns 
86 " Spring 
139 '* Bartow 
161 ♦* Cain 
201 " Walton, junc 
208 " Foundry 
236 '• Harris 
261 « Thurmond 
266 «< Baker, es 
322 « Simpson « 
344 •♦ Jones At, ws 
346 " Alexander, es 

' " Mills, es 
395 '< Hunnicutt, es 
426 ♦' Pine, es 
^476 •* Corput, es 
♦* North Av 
«( Emma,- ws 
486 « Hatty, es 
♦• Morrison, es 
*♦ D'AWigny, ss . 
" Means, ss 
•' Wallace, ns. 

MARK HAM, from C. R. R. nr 
Mitchell, w to Vine, Ist ward 
7 cor Elliott 
42 " Mangum 
80 « Haynes 
113 '* Datis 

" Maple, ns 
170 •* Tattnall 
» . Walnut 
V Vine. 
MARTIN, from Ga. R. R. s to 
Crumley. :>d ward. 

MAY'S AL, from Elliott w to 
. Haynes. 6th ward 

MEANS, from Marietta nw to lim- 
its, 6th ward. 

MERRITT'S AV., from Peachtred 
e to Fort, 4th ward. 

MILLS, from Marietta opp Johnson, 
e to West Peach tree, 6th ward. 

MITCHELL, from Whitehall se to 
McDonough, nr Butler, 2d ward, and 



nw to 


Elliott, thence 


west 


to 


Vine, 


1st ward. 








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Slast. 








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62 

89 

111 


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Pryor 
Loyd 

Washington 
Crew, ss 




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41 
61 
96 




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Thompson 
\jt R. R. 


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126 




Elliott 








169 
197 
231 




Mangum 

Haynes 

DaTis 


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299 
323 




Maple 
Tattnall 









•' Walnut, ss 
'« Vine. 

MONROE, from Rhodes sw to Hun.- 
ter, along C. R. R., Ist ward. 

MOORE, from Ga. R. R. n to PraU, 
at Jenkins, 4th ward 

MOORE, from State west bey limits. 

MORRIS, from Peachtree east, 4th 
ward. 

MORRISON, from Marietta nr nw 
limits, ne to State, 6th ward. 

M YRTLE, from North At., 4th ward, 
n bey limits. 

NELSON, from Thompson nw to C- 
R. R, nr Elliott, thence sw to Chapeb 
1st ward. 

37 cor Elliott, ns 
Mangum 
Walker, ss 
Haynes 
Tattnall, ns 
Chapel. 

NORTH AV., from West Peach- 
tree s to limits, 4th ward, and w to 
Marietta, 6th ward. 

OAK, (See Peachtree.) 

ORANGE, from Smith ne to Hood, 
nr Whitehall, 2d ward. 

ORME, from Cain, nr Luckie, n to 
Hunnicutt, 6th ward. 

PACKARD'S AL., (STee HilUard.)- 
PARSONS, from Walnut w.to Chest- 
nut, 1st ward. 

PEACHTREE, from W. & A. R.R. ne 
to Ellis, 6th ward, n to Baker, diTid. 
ing 4th and 6th wards, thence ne to 



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limits, 4th ward — formerly Oak and 
iTy. (See also West Peachtree.) 
cor Decatur and Whitehall 

27 " Line 

34 " Walton, ws 

61 " Wheat, es -^ ""■ . 

62 " Grubb, ws 

60 ** Broad, junc. ws * ^ 

6i *' Luckie, ws 

76 ** James ws, Houston es 

" Pryor, es 
92 *«. Forsyth, junc. Church 
125 '• Ellis . 
151 " Cain 
187, *♦ Harris 
204 '* West Peachtree junc. 
211 " Paker 

** IVy junc. 88 
261 *' ForreetAT., es 
289 *' Currier, e^ 
302 " Cedar, ws 
325 '♦ Pine 
346 " Merritt's At. 
383 •' Cox 
421 " North At. 

. •' Kimball, ws 
483 '♦ Morris At., ws. 
PEAR, from North At., 6th ward, n 
bey limits. 

PETERS, from Whitehall se to Fair 
at Crew, 2d ward, and nw to Forsyth, 
W to Thompson, thence sw to limits, 
1st wfrd. 

Slast. 
cor Pryor 
55 •♦ Loyd 

*.* Washington 
** Crew. 

32 cor Forsyth 
66 '* Thompson 
74 •* Garnett, es 

92 «' C. R. R. 

93 " Mangum, ws 
129 « Haynes, ws 

^ 168 " Castleberry, es * 

176 *' Fair 

251 ♦♦ Walker junc, ws 

277 " Brick, ws 

300 " McDaniel, es 

369 <• Humphriea 

365 " Barracks At., ws. 

PETTIS, from Martin e to Connally, 
8d ward. 

PINE, from West Peachtree, east, 
4th ward. 

PLUM, from Hunnicutt nr Mariet- 
ta,, n to limits, 6th w#rd. 



PORTER, from Chapel, at Nelaoa, 
nw to High, 1st ward. 

SORTER'S AL., from Line, ■ to Pry- 
or, at Wheat, 4th waid. 

POWERS, from West Peachtree w to 
William, 6th ward. 

PRATT, from Decatar at Shipley; 
ne to Bell. 

PRTOR, from Decatur ne to Peach- 
tree at Houston, diTiding 4th and 6ih 
wards, and sw to^ Fair, thence ■ to 
Glenn, 2d ward : continued by Water » 
Works road. 

Northi. 

15 cor Line 
67 " Wheat 
83 *' Houston. 

South.. 

21 CO)" Railroad 
82 '< Alabama 
6t '« Hunter 
105 « Mitchell 

186 " Peters ' * 

165 " Garnett 
199 «* Brotherton, ws 
201 *• Fair 

229 <' Jones • 

283 '< Rawson 
318 « Clarke 
" Fulton 
877 " Richardson 
** Crumley 
" Glenn. 
PULLIAM, from Fair nr Loyd, j to 
Glenn, 2d ward. 

QUINCE, f^om North At, 6tk ward 
n bey limits. • 

RACETRACK, [See Chapel.] 

RANDOLPH, from Foster north, nr e 
limits, 4th ward. 

RAWSON, from McDonough e to 
Connally, 3d ward, and w to Hood, 
thence sw to Smith, 2d ward. '^ 

REED, from Richmond s to Glenn, 
3d ward. 

RHODES, from C. R. R. w to Vine, 
1st ward 

RICE, from Jackson e nr limits, 4th 
ward. 

RICHARDSON, from McDonough e 
to Connally, 3d ward, and w to Mc- 
Daniel, 2d ward. 

RICHMOND, from Eraser e to Hill, 
3d ward. . 

ROBBIN, firom Wells s to limits, 2d 
ward. 



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ROCK, from W. & A. R. A. w to Da- 
▼is, 6th ward. 

ROLLING MILL, from Foster n to 
limiU, 4th ward. ' 

SALTER, from Hammond west, s of 
U 8 Barracks, bey limits. 

SCOFIELD, from Fort e to Hilliard, 
4th ward. 

SCOTT, ftrom' Hunnicutt n to North 
Ay, 6th ward. 

SECOND, from Pe%chtree e to Fort, 
Bi' limits,* 4th ward, and from West 
Peaohtree w to Cherrj, 6th ward. 

SHIPLEY, from Decatur junc Pratt, 
te to Ga. R. R., 4th ward. 

SIMPSON, from Marietta e to West 
Peachtree and w to Vjne, 6th ward. 



cor Luckie 



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47 
68 

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Hall, ss 

McAfee, ns 

Hay den, ss 

LoTejoy, ns 

Orme 

Williams 

Sprinfi; 

West Peachtree. 



West. 

10 cor Elliott 
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Mangum 
Haynes, ss 
. 81 »* Gray, ns 
106 " Chattahoochee, ns 
Lambert, ns 
DeGire Av 
Vine. • 
SIXTH, from Peachtree w to Cherry, 
bey limits. 

SMITH, from Whitehall se to Glenn, 
2d ward. 

SOLOMON, from Eraser ^ to Mar- 
tin, 8d ward. 

SOUTH, from Wallace; 5th ward, n 
bey limits. 

SPENCER, from W. & A. R. R. w 
to DaTis, 5th ward. 

SPRING, from W. & A. R. R. ne to 
Cain nr Church, thence n to Powers, 
6th ward. 

STATE, from Corput, 5th ward, nw 
bey limits. 

STEPHENS. [See Fair.] 
blONEWALL, from Walker w to 
Chapel, thence nw to High, 1st ward. 
. STRONG, from John n to D* AWigny, 
5th ward. 



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TATTNALL, from Nelson nw to jun* 
Hunter and Vine, 1st ward. 

TAYLOR, from Pratt e to Fort, 4th 
ward. 

TERRY, from Ga. R. R. sw to Hun- 
ter, thence s to Clarke. 3d ward. 

JTHIRD, from West Peachtree e bey 
limi(!k, 4lh ward, and w to Cherry, 5th 
ward. 

THOMAS, from Fair s to Glenn, 8d 

wikrd. 

THOMPSON, from C. R. R. sw to 
Brotherton, thejace s to Castleberry, 
1st ward. 

THRASHER, from U. S. Barracks 
west bey limits. 

THURMOND, from Luckie sw to 
Elliott, thence w to Daris, 5th ward. 

TREBURSEY, [See Tattnall.] 

TROUPE, from Grant e to Borne, 
3d ward.- 

TUMLIN, from Wallace, 5th ward, 

n bey limits. 

VALENTINE, from Wheat n. to 
Houston, 4th ward. 

VENABLE, from Simpson n to 
North At., 6th ward. 

VICTORIA, from W. & A. R. R. w 
to Gray, 6th ward. 

VINE, from Simpson, 5lh ward, s to 
Fair, 1st ward. 

WAlkjCR, from Nelpon sw to Peters, 
1st ward. 

20 cor Haynes 

48 <* Stonewall, ns . ' 

71 " Fair 
83^^<<^Larkin, ns 
♦•meters June. 
WALLACE, from Marietta ne to 
Stat^ nr nw limits, 5th ward. 

WALNUT?, from Mitchell at Fair» s 
to Parsons at High, 1st waird. 

WALTON, from Peachtree nw to' 
Foundry at Marietta, 5th ward. 

WARNER AV., from Jones s to 
Rawson, 3d ward. 

WASHINGTON, from Alabama sw 
to Fair, thence s to Glenn, 2d ward. 
17 oor Hunter ' 

39 ♦' Mitchell ^ 

66, " Peters , 
99 ," Fair 
125 " Jones 
171 •' Rawson 
183 •• Clarke 
227 ** Fulion 
249 " Richardson 



284 " Crumley 
310 '* Glenn. 
WELLS, from McDaniel sw to limits, 
-2d ward. 

WEST PEACHTREE, from Baker at 
June Peachtree, (formerly Oak), n bey 
limits, dlTiding 4th and 5th wards. 
232 cor Simpson, ws 



240 
248 
265 
266 
288 
815 
376 



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" Alexander, ws 



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Mills, ws 

Hunnicutt, ws , 

Pine 
Cox 

North At 
Kimball. 

WHEAT, from Peachtree, opp. 
Gnibb, 6th ward, e to limits; 4th ward. 
4 cor Pryor 



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Calhoun 

Butler 

Valentine, ns 

Fort 

Hilliard 

Jackson, ns 

Rolfing Mill, ns 

Howell, ns 

Bradley, ns* 



Randolph 
Ella. 

WHITEHALL, from W. JL A.R.R. so 
to limits, diTtding 1st and 2d wards. 
21 cor- Alabama 
63 '• Hunter 
"^ Mitchell 
" Peters 
161 •« Garn^tt ' 
196 " Brotherton 

" Formwalt, ss ' 

225 " Fair 

** Cooper, ss 
'* Windsor, ss 
•« Forsyth, ns 
326 '« Hood, ss 
" Smith, ss 
'< McDaniel / 
*< Humphries. 
WILLIAMS, from Cain n to North 
At., 6th ward. 

WILLOW, from North At. s to Cox, 
4th ward. 

WINDSOR, from Whitehall s to 
limits, 2d ward. 

WOOD, from Fair nr cemetery, s to 
Glenn, 3d ward. 

YONGE, from Decatur n to Foster, 
4th ward. 



242 



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425 



WARD BOUNDARI 



[ES. 



FIRST WARD —Commencing at 
crossing of Whitehall and W. & A. R. 
R., thence northwest on said tailroad 
to Foundry street, west on Foundry 
to limits, thence southwest with limits 
to Whitehall, and northeast on White- 
hall to place of beginning. 

SECOND WARD— Commencing at 
crossing of Whitehall, and W. & A. K. 
R., thence southwest on Whitehall to 
limits, southeast with limits to McDon- 
ough, thence north on McDonough to 
Butleiv northeast on Butler to Georgia 
Railroad, and west with railroad to 
place of beginning. 

THIRD WARD — Commencing at 

junction of Georgia Railroad and Bnt-< 

ler, thence southwest on, Butler to Mc- 

Donough, south on McDonough to lim- 

^ its, thence northeast with limits to 



Georgia Railroad, and west with rail- 
road to place of beginning. 

FOURTH WARD— Commencing at, 
junction of Georgia Rulroad and Pry- 
or, thence east with said railroad to 
limits, northwest with limits to West 
Peachtree, thence south on West Peach- 
tree -and Peachtree to Pryor, and 
southwest OB Pryor to place of begin- 
ning. 

FIFTH WARD — Commencing at 
junction of Georgia Railroad and Pry- 
or, thence northeast on !*ryor to 
Peachtree, north on Peachtree and 
West Peachtree to limits, thence south- 
west with liiuils to Foundry street, 
east on Foundry io W. & A. R. R., 
and southeast with said -railroad to 
place of beginning. 



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Atlanta City Directory. 



HALLS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 



AUSTELL BUILDING- Decatur, 
northtMt corner Pryor. 

CAPITOL BUILDING— MarietU, 
souiheMt comer Forsyth. 

CENTENNIAL BUILDING— White- 
hall, south weet corner W. & A. R.B. 

CENTRAL BLOCK— West side of 
Whitehall, between Alabama and Hun- 
ter. 

CITY HALL— East side Washing- 
ton, between Hunter and Mitchell. 
, CLARKE'S HALL-No. 27 Peach- 
tree. 

CONCORDIA HALL — South side 

Mitchell, near Broad. 

CONNALLY BUILDING — White- 
hall, southeast comer Alabama. 

COURT HOUSE— East side Wash- 
ington, between Hunter andMitcheU. 

CUSTOM HOUSE— Marietta, north- 
west comer Forsyth. 

DmGIVE'S OPERA HOUSE— Ma- 
rietta, northeast corner Forsyth. 

GATE CITY BLOCK— West side 
Marietta, near Peachtree. 



GRANITE BLOCK— West side of 
Broad, near railroad. 

GRANT BUILDING — Mwietta, 
southeast corner Forsyth. 

JAMES* BANK BLOCK— East side 
Whitehall, between Alabama and rail- 
road. 

JAMES* HALL— 6 Whitehall. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HALL— 
56 Peachtree. 

Lafayette block— South side 
Mitchell, near Broad. 

LOCHRANE'S HALL — Pryor, 
southeast comer Decatur. 

MASONIC HALL— MarietU, south- 
east corner Broad. 

ODD FELLOWS HALL— White- 
hall, southeast corner Alabama. 

POST-OFFICE— South side Mariet- 
ta, ibetween Forsyth and Spring. 

JIEPUBLIC BLOCK — East side 
Loyd, between Decatur and Wall. 

STATE HOUSE— Marietta, south 
east corner Forsyth. 



Grant Wilkibs. 



A. J. Post. 



J. W. Dhakb. 



WILKINS, POST & CO., 



No. 40 Marietta Street, 



ATLANTA, GA. 



BUILDERS OF 



Iron and Combination Railway and Highway Bridges, 

Wrought Iron Boofis, Turn Tables, Biveted 

Beams and Columns. 

Jlgi^Special Attention given to the Manufacture and Erection 
of Bridges. 

GOOD WORK GUARANTEED-«fc 



l^PUNS AND FSTIMATEl FURmSREO ON APPLICATION. 



.^»o, HYATT'S IIXilinri^ATIMe l^IDEWAEiK, SKW- 

lllGHT A^B TAUIiT Tn.£S. 




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1877. 
O. W. NORWOOD, Compiler. 



City, County, State and United States Record. 



CITT HALL. 



East Side 



Waahington Street, 



between 



Hunter & ICitchell. 




ELECTION 

For Mayor 

Held Biennially, 

on the * 

Second Wednesday 
. in December. 



THE GENERAL COXTNCIL 

la composed of Boards of Aldermen and Common Council. Of the former, 
one member is elected annually for throe years, and of the latter, one member 
is elected from each ward annually for two years'. Election held on the second 
Wednesday in December each year. Regular meetings, first and third Monday 
in each month. 



MATOBS OF ATLANTA. 
From 1848 to 1879. 

1. M, W. Formwalt, installed Jan- 
uary, 1848. 

2. B. F. Bomar, installed January, 
1849. 

3. Wyllys Bnell, installed January, 
1860. 

4. J. Norcross, installed January, 
1851. , 

5. T. F. Gibbs, installed January, 
♦ 1852. 



6. J. F. Mims, installed January, 
1853,- Resigned October, 1853. 

WllHam Markham, installed Novem- 
ber. 1863. 

7. W. M. Butt, installed January 
1864. ' 

8. Allison Nelson, installed Janua- 
ry, 1856. Resigned July, 1856. 

John Glen, installed July, 1855. 

9. William Ezzard, installed Janua- 
ry, 1866, 

10. William Ezzard, installed Janu- 
ary, 1857. 



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Atlanta City DiRixnrpRY. 



11. L. J. Glenn, installed January, 

1868. 

12. L. J. Glenn, installed January, 

1869. 

18. William Eixard, installed Janu- 

ary,J860. 

14. J. I. Whitaker, installed Janua- 
ry, 1861. Resigned NoTsmber, 1861. 

T. F. Lowe, installed December, 

1861. 
16. J. M. Calhoun, installed Jfanua- 

ry, 1862. 

16. J. M.Calhoun, installed Janua- 
ry, 1863. 

17. J. M. Calhoun, installed Janua- 
ry, 1864. 

18. J. M. Calhoun, insUlled Janua- 

Vy, 1866. 

19. J. E. Williams, installed Janu- 
ary, 1866. 

20. J. E. Williams, insUlled Janu- 
ary, 1867. 

• 21. J. £. Williams, held over during 

1868. 

22. W. H. Hulsey, installed Janua- 
ry, 1869. 

. 23. William Eziard, installed Janu- 
ary, 1870. 

24. D. F. Hammond, installed Jan- 
nary,! 1871. 

36. J. H. James, installed January, 

1872. 

26. C. C. Hammock, installed Janu- 
ary, 1878. 

i 27. S. B. Spencer, installed J%bu- 
a^-y, 1874. 

< 28. C. d. Hammock, installed Janu- 
ary, 1876. 

29. C. C. Hammock, installed Janu- 
ary, 1876. 

30. N. L.Angier, installed Janua- 
ry, 1877. , » 



CITY OF ATLANTA. 

MAYOR— Nedom L, Angier. Office, 
40 South Broad. Salary, |l,000. ' 

BOARD OF ALDERMEN. 

M. T. Castleberry ; term 3 years. 
0. H. Jones ; term 2 years, 
J. C. McMillan; term 1 year. * 

BOARD OF COMMON 
COUNCIL. 

FIRST WARD— G. H. Gramling, 
one year; M. E. Maher, two years. 



SECOND WARD-tE. P. Chamber- 
lain, one year; G. J. Dallas, two 
years. 

THIRD WARD— William Gray, one 
year ; J. M. Buice, two years. 

FOURTH WARD— Samuel Hape, 
one year ; C. K. Maddox, two years. 

FIFTH WARD— S. T. Biggers, one 
year; J. W, English,^ two years. 

(Salaries of Aldermen and Council- 
men, $200 per annum.) 

STANDING COMMITTEES. ^ ^ 

CiMETBEY- Gray, Biggers, Gram- 
ling. 

Finance — English, Chamberlain, 
Dallas, Hape, Maddox. 

FiRi Dbpabtment — Buice, Biggers, 
Maher. 

Lamps and Gas— Gramlihg, Buice, 
Chamberlain. 

Markets — Maher, Dallas, Gram- 
ling. 

Ordinance s— Maddox, Biggers , 
Chamberlain. 

Police — Gramling, 6uic6, Maher. 

Printing — Maher, Biggers, En- 
glish. 

Public Buildings, Etc— Buice,Gray, 

Hape. 

Public Schools — Maddox, Dallas, 
Hape. 

Relief — Hape, Chamberlain, En- 
glish, Gramling, Gray. 

Salaries -^ Dallas, English, Gray, 
Hape, Maher. 

Sewers -Chamberlain, Buice, Gram.' 

ling. 

Streets Alio Bridges — Baggers, 

Gray, Maher. i 

Tax— Dallas, Chamberlain, Maddox. 

Wells, Pumps, Etc.— Buice, Gray, 
Hape. 

CITY OFFICERS, ETC. 

auditor— John T. Pendleton. Of- 
fice, 47 South Pryor. Bond, $1,000. 
Salary, $1,000 (also ex-offioio Re- 
aorder.) 

CLERK— Frank T. Ryan. Office, 
aty Hall. Bond, $80,000. Salary, 
foes. Samuel Fulton, deputy. 

ASSESSORS— N. R.* Fowler, M. T. 
Simmons, W. H. Tomer. Salaries, 

$300. 

COLLECTOR AND RECEIVER— J. 
0. Harris. Bond, $26,000.' Salary, 
$1,000; 



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MARSHAL— William H. Holcombe. 
Bond, $25,000. Salary, $500 and 
perquisites. Clem R. Harris and J. 
G. Kelly, deputies. 

TREASURER— John H. Goldsmith. 
Bond, $40,000. Salary, $1,000. 

BUILDING INSPECTORS — Calrin 

Fay, E. T. Hunnicutt and '■ — ; 

Salaries, $50 per annum. 

CITY PRINTERS— W. A. Hemphill 
& Co. Bond, $1,000. Paid regular 
rates. 

ENGINEER— H. T. McDaniel. Of- 
fice, 47 South Pryor. Salary, $1,200. 

CITY ATTORNEY— William T. New- 
njan. Office, 8 South Broad. Salary, 
$1 200. 

RECbRDER— [See Auditor!] 

CEMETERY GUARD — N. Hunt. 
Salary, $600 per annum. 

CITY SEXTON — L. G. Holland. 
Bond, $1,000. Salary, $900. 

KEEPER CITY HALL— J. W. Rob- 
erts. Salsry, $500. 

KEEPER MAGAZINE— J. C. Thur- 
man. Bond, $1,000. Salary, $600. 

OVERSEER CHAIN GANG— W. fl. 
Reddinfi;. Salary, $2.25 per day. 

SUPERINTENDENT ALMS HOUSE 
— W. F. Stewart. 

BOARD OF HEALTH. 

J. T. Johnson, chairman, office 25 
Whitehall; W. H. Coe, secretary, office 
20 Decatur; H. B. Lee, office 14 White. 
haU ; W. L. Sterling, office 1 81 Mari. 
etta ; W. R. D. Thompson, office rear 
234 Decatur. 

BOARD police COMMiS- 
8I0NEB8. 

Elected by Council: one for three 

years, two for two years, and two for 

j)ne year. Salaries of each, $200 per 

annum, with $50 extra allowed the 

secretary for clerical labor. 

G. T. Dodd, president ; W. T. Gold- 
^ smith, secretary ; E. Y. Clarke, W. G. 
Grambling and M. Mahoney. . 

The police force, consisting of 48 
men, including the chief, is uiider con- 
trol of the Board of CommiiBioners, 
with general headquarters at No. 47 
South Pryor, and is nudntained at an 
annual expense to the city of about 
$30,000. Election by the Board held 
biennially, April 1st. The city is divided 



into fire police dirisions, each ward 
constituting a dirision. None of the 
officers or men receive any perqui- 
sites, costs, or extras whatever, exoept 
where rewards have been offered for 
the arrest of criminals. 

CHIEF POLICE --L. P. Thomas, 
Jr. Salary $1,500. 

CAPTAINS— G. T. Anderson, A. B. 
Connally, William Flynn, and M. M. 
White. Salaries $900. 

STATION KEEPERS— D. A. Cook 
and John R. Mehaffey. Salaries $2.25 
per day. 

PATROLMEN— N. G. Aldridge, L. 
P. Barnes, A. A. Brooks, C. K. Buibee, 
J. S. Chaffin, H. T. Clarke, A. W. 
Fiokett, W. E. Foute, R. H. Goodson. 
J. D. Gray, R. 0. Haynes, Willis Jar- 
rel, W. L. Jones, W. A King, J. W. 
MoCrary, James McGee, Fritz Menkin, 
P. H. Owens, T. S. Penn, C. S. Pines, 
T. J. Saulsbury, G. W. Spier, W. A. 
Starnes, T. J. Thompson, T. E. Veal, 
Nathan West. Salaries $2 per day. 

SUPERNUMERARIES— (7) J. T- 
Boyd, (9) \?, D. Burrus, (2) J. W. 
Cason, (5) M. Doyle, (1) J. M. John- 
son, (4) J. J. Lyons, (8) W. P. Manly, 
(10) W. L. Mays, (8) J. R. Parish, 
(6) J. E. Rapp. 

BOARD WATER COMMIS- 
SIONERS. 

^ FIRST WARD— G. W. Adair. 

SECOND WARD— E. E. Rawson. 

THIRD WARD— G. W. Terry. 

FOURTH WARD— J. H Flynn. 

FIFTH WARD— C. H. Strong. 

£. ^. Rawson, president ; G. W. 
Terry, vice-president; J. H. Gold- 
smith, treasurer; T. F. Wynne, super- 
intendentv W. G. Richards, chief en- 
gineer; William Haffey, W. G. Middle. 
ton, assistants. 

CITY COURT. \ 

City Hall, Wajlhington, between 
Hunter and MiteheU. Richard H. 
Clark, judge. Salary $2,500. James 
D. Collins, clerk, fi^lary, fees. How- 
ard Van Epps, solicitor. Sakry, {9M. 
Terms of oourt, first Monday in Mar ^ 
Jane, September and December. Tu.^ 
court has no jurisdiction in questions 
of equity, felony, divorce, or title to 
real estate. 



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EDUCATIONAL. 

Bourd of Education. 

, Office High School BuiMiof . 

omcKEB. 

Hdn. Joseph E. Brown, president. 
l>aTid, Mayer, Tice-prpsident. 
£. E. BawBon, treasurer. 
< '. B. ManoD« secretary and sjuperin- 
. ieBdeiyt. . ^ 

MIVBIBS. 

Alfred Austell, P. A. Beatie, M. C. 
/ ^lan^hard, Josieph E. Brown, C. C. 

- ^Hammock, N. J. Hammond, W. A. 

- Hemphill, Robert J. Lowry, David 
Mayer, Thomas 8. Powell, E. E. Raw- 
eon, E. J. Roach, R. D. Spalding. 

COMMITTKES. 

' BtJiU)iii08,- BTC.—- Beatie, ' Hemphill> 
Rawson. 

ExAMiiiATiON, STC. — BlaDchard, Be- 
atie, Hammond, Hemphill, Powell. , 

FiKAWCs -^ Lowry, Austell, Ham- 
<inock, Hammond. 

^ Qeievakc^— Spalding, Blanohard, 
Mayer. 

LiBaART— Austell, Hemphill, Pow- 
ers. 

Printing — Rawson, Hammock, 
Lowry. 

RuLBs — Hammond, Ravvson, Spald- 
ing. - : 

Salaribs, BTC — Mayer, Beatie, 
Roach. 

Sahitart Affairs^— Roach, Powell, 
• Spalding. V 

School Property — Powell, Blanch- 
ard, Lowry. 

SCHOOLS. 

ATLANTA HIGH SCHOOL — 49 
Waehinj^Con, comer Mitchell. 

Boys' Departmrnt— W. Ps Slaton, 
principal. Salary $1,800. W. A. 
Bass. Salary $1,600. 

Girls' .Dbpartmbnt — Miss C. A. 
Taylor, No. I. salary $1,000; Miss 
L. A. Haygood^ No. 2. $900 ; Miss J. 
H. Clayton, No. 3, $800 ; Miss T. H. 
ElliB, No. 4, $800. 

CREW STREET SCHOOL — 119 
Crew. John Isham, principal. Salary 
$1,600. Miss E. Heath, No. 2, $575; 
Miss M. F. Andrews, No. 8, $660 ; 
Mist M. L. Wood, No. 4, $526 ; Miss 
8. Burks, No. 6, $500 ; Miss L. C. 
Hillyer, No. 6, $476; Miss M. W. 



^Gonlding, No. 7, $450 ; Miss J. L. 
Lanneau, No. 8, ^425. 
- HATNES STREET SCHOOL— 98 
Haynes. Mrs. M. A. Mercer, princi- 
pal. Salary $500. Miss B P. Sharp, 
No. 2, $400 : Mrs. A. C. Kiddoo. No. 
3 $400; Mrs. V. E. Taylor, I$o. 4^ 
$400. 

IVY STREET SCHOOL-173 Iry. 
E. G.Moore, principal. Salary $1,500. 
Miss H. S. Young, No. 2, $575 ; Miss 
E. W. Smilie, No. 3, $550; MUs M. 
Rutherford, No. 4. $625 ; Mrs. C. P. 
Sams, No. 5, $500 : Miss L. Co wart. 
No. 6, $475 ; Miss G. A. Green, No. 

7, $450 ; Miss F. M. Schnati, No. 8, 
$425. 

MARIETTA STREET SCHOOL— 
271 Marietta. H. p. Mitchell, prin- 
cipal. Salary $1,500. Miss L. A. Field, 
No. 2, $676; Mrs. S. V. Prather, No. 

8, $550; Miss N. E. Sallas, No. 4, 
$625; Mrs. H. L. Harrey, No. 6, $500; 
Miss 0. E. Garlington, No. 6, $475; 
Miss Abbie CaUaway, No, 7, $450 ; 
Miss Julia A. Dodson, No.- 8, $425. 

^TORR'S SCHOOL— 96 Houston. 
Miss^A. WilliauM, principal. Salary 
$576. Miss M. E. Hildreth, No. 2, 
$525 ; Miss L. SteTcnson, No. 3, $500; 
Miss A. Baker. No. 4, $475 ; Miss A. 
Ferris, No. 5, $450 ; Miss Amie Jew- 
ett^ No. 6, $425. , 

SUMMER llILL SCHOOL — 160 
Martin. Miss A. B. Clark, principal. 
Salary $500. Mrs. E. N. Longan, No. 
2, $400; Miss N. Auten, No. 8, $400; 
Aiiss M, J. Welch, No. 4. $400. 

WALKER STREET SCHOOL— 
Walker, corner Haynes. W. B. Bon- 
nell, principal. Salary $1,500. Mrs. 
R. J. McKeon, No. 2, $575 ; Mrs. V. 
A.^Witcher, No. 3, $550, Miss B. H. 
Hanna, No. 4, $525; Miss M. Frasef, 
No. 5, $500 ; Miss A. F. Ramey, No. 
6, ^476 ; Miss B. Lots, No. 7. $450 ; 
Miss K. B. Maseey, No. 8, $425; Miss 
M. F. Browning, No. 9, $425. . 

FIBE DEPARTMExNT. 

Conducted upon the Tolunteer plan. 
This department has three steam-en-, 
gines, two hose-reel companies and 
one hook and ladder track, employing^ 
fourteen horses and using about 4,600 
feet of hose. The city appropriatea 
annually, the sum of $8,400 to pay 
expenses, eaeh company owning ita 
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CHIBF AND STAFF. 

W. R. Joyner, chief engineer ; 
John Rauschenburg, first assistant ; 
Henry Gullatt, Sr., second assistant; 
W. J, SteTOBs, third assistant ; J. E. 
Mann, secretary ; B. B. Crew, treas- 
urer. 



STEAMER CASTALIA NO. 1—25 
South Broad. Organized April 4ih, 
1861. 

J. H. Mecaslin, president; J. E. 
Mann, secretary; H. G. Kiihrt, treas- 
urer; John Burkle, foreman; Matt 
Ryan, delegate ; O. A. Deihl, first di- 
rector ; William Forsyth, second direc- 
tor ; Charles KlasseU, third diredtor ; 
E A. Baldwin, engineer; Henry Dun- 
lap, first assistant engineer; Darid 
Bussey, second assistant engineer; 
Louia Bender, third assistant engineer. 
STEAMER MECHANIC NO. 2—1 
Washington. Organized December 
lOih, 1856. ' 

J, E. Gullatt, president: Ed. Fore- 
shaw, secretary ; J. M. Buice, treasu- 
rer; Joha Reidon, foreman; J. G. 
Keljy, delegate; John Toy, first di- 
rector; H. C. Gullatt, Jr., second di- 
rector; William Erans, engineer; 
Thomas Toy, assistant engineer ; Darid 
Erans, drirer. 

STEAMER TALLULAH, NO. 3.— 14 
North Broad. Organized February 
22d, 1869. . 

W. R. Biggers, presHent; R. W. 
Tidwell, Tice-president ; J. R. Parks, 
seereUry ; W. H. Patterson, treasurer; 
H. W. Wooding, delegate ; Andrew 
Boos, foreman ; J. S. Boyd, first di- 
rector; G. M. Hope, second director; 
W. H. Howard, hose dtrector; H. 6. 
Wellborn, first engineer; John Tol- 
. bert, second engineer ; W. H. Lester, 
third engineer. * 

HOSE CO, R. E. LEE, NO. 4.— 
North side Fair, between Peters and 
Walker, Organized April 3d, 1871. 

Julius Stroup, president; E. H. 
Chambers, secretary ; J. M. Johnston, 
treasurer; S. D. Haelett, delegate; B: 
F. Curtis, foreman ; E. A. Smith, first 
director ; J. 6. Smith, second director; 
William* Gann, first *hose director; L. 
C. Smith, second hose dik-ector. 

HOSE CO., GATE CITY, NO. 6.— 
Foundry, comer Marietta. Organized 
October 2d. 1871. 

^ L. S. Morris, president ; J. H. Mor- 
ris, secretary ; Francis Doonan, dele- 
3 



gate: J. W. Lee, foreman; B. C. J. 
Medlin, first director ; B. Broim, Mo- 
ond director; Brantly Simmons, third 
director. 

HOOK AND LADDER, ATLANTA, 
NO. 1.— 28 South Broad. Organised 
NoTember 28th, 1859. 

I. S. Mitchell, secretary ; R. J. 
Lowry, treasurer; J. H. Sterehi, del- 
egate ; B. B. Turner, foreman ; DuBose 
Fitten, first astistant l!»reman ; L. J. 
Blood worth, seoond assistant fbreman; 
F. B. Wadsworth, Kllerman. 

ACADEMIES iNP 
SCHOOLS. 

[For Public (city) Schools see «' Ed- 
ucational." p^eTlons pages, and for 
PriTate Schools see the Business Di- 
rectory.] 

ATLANTA UNIVERSITY— Hunter, 
northwest comer Vine. Chartered 
October, 1867. Open to white and 
colored, both sexes. Edmund A. Ware, 
president; Rer. Cyrus W. Frinois, 
secretary; Thomas N.Chase, treasurer. 
TKrsnis. 

James Atkins, Sayannah; Thomas 
N. Chase, AtUnta ; Ker. E M. CntTath, 
New York; Rer. Cyrus W. Francis, 
AtlanU; J. B. Fuller, Atlanta ; 
Charles H.Morgan, Atlanta; Ednand 
A. Ware, Atlanta ; Rot. Qaoige 
Whipple, New York ; Rot. WflHain J. 
White, Augusta; Rer. Joseph Wood, 
Atlanta. 

Edmund A. W»re, professor of his- 
tory ; Thomas N. Chase, professor of 
greek; Rev. Cyrus W. Francis, pro- 
fessor of ethies, etc.; Rev. Horace 
Bumstead, instructor in nataral sci- 
ence. Mrs. Lucy E. Case, Mary A. 
Chapin, Abbie B. Gark, Annie L. 
Grout, teachers. Mary L. Stanton, 
matron; E. J. Penny, janitor of 
grounds. 

ORPHANS FREE SCHOOL.— Wal- 
ton, comer Forsyth. Sustained by 
Georgia State State Lottery. ATerage 
attendance, 150. Mrs. A. P. Hill, sa- 
perintendent; Mrs, Oaaaal D«les, 
Mrs. Pimber, Mrs. Pierson, Mrs. M. 
Wilson, directors. 

BAITDS. 

GATE CITY STRING BAND — Ja- 
cob Schane, leader ; office Gaorgia 
Railroad depot 






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WURM'S BRASS AND STRING 
•BAND— P. A. Warm, leader ; office 4 
Foster. 



BANKS. 



ATLANTA NATIONAL BANK-16 
EMt AlftbuA*. Organlied 1865. Cap- 
ital $200,000. A. Austell, president; 
W. H. Poller, csshier ; P. Romsre, 
sssistant cashier. Directors : A. Aas. 
tell, W. B. Cox, W. J. Garrett. E. W. 
Holland, 8. M. Inman, R. H. Rich- 
arda, J. W. Rucker. 

ATLANTA SAVINGS BANK OF 
GEORGIA— 82 Loyd, eomer Railroad. 
Paid capital $105,800. 8. B. Hoyt, 
president; R. H. Richards, cashier. 
Directors: A. Austell, Chvles Beer- 
man, 8. B. Hoyt, A. Murphy, John 
Neal, 8r., W. P. Orme, R. H. Richards. 
BANK OF THE STATE OF GEOR- 
GIA— Pryor, southwest comer of De- 
catur. Authorised capital $5,000,000 ; 
cash capital $159,000. F. M. Coker, 
president; W. L. Peel, cashier. Direc- 
tors : M. R. Berry, F. M. Coker, T. 
0. Healy, R. F. Maddox, E. W. 
Marsh, W. A. Rawson. 

CITIZEN'S BANK OF GEORGIA— 
9 South Pryor. W. C. Morrill, presi- 
dent; Perino Brown, cashier. Direc- 
tors : R. A. Anderson, J. P. Crichton, 
F. M. Eddleman, T. R. Egleston, Louis 
Oholstin, William Goodnow, T. M. 
Horsey," W. C. Morrill, W. A. Rawson, 
John Stcpheng, George Winship. 

GEORGIA BANKING AND TRUST 
COMPANY— 12 Wall. Authori red cap- 
ital $500,000. Paid in $125,000. 
Stockholders indiTidually liable. V. 
R. Tommey, president; M. G. Dobbins, 
ifrice-presiHent; J. M. Fatten, cashier. 
**Directors : J. D. Cunningham, M. G. 
'Dobbins, J. N. Dunn, J. H. Mecaslin, 
.W. P. Pattillo, G. E. Smith, V. R. 
I Tommey. 

GEORGIA NATIONAL BANK-9 
East Alabama. Capital $100,000. E. 
L. Jones, president; O. F. Simpson, 
cashier. Directors: A. Buck, M. A. 
Gee, Chattanooga ; J. Goodnow, Hart- 
ford, Conn.; William Goodnow, Sam- 
uel Hape, E. L. Jones. H. T. PhiUips, 
Theodore Schumann, V. R. Tommey. 

MBRCHAHTS' BANK OF ATLAN- 
TA (Sncoesior to the State National 
Bank)— Pryor, northwest corner Wall. 



Authorixed capiUl $500,000. Paid in 
$200,000. New York correspondent, 
National Park Bank. Campbell Wal- 
lace, president; W. A. Moore, vioe. 
president; W. W. Clayton, cashier. 
Directors : Clinton I. Brown, Ben. E. 
Crane, W. A, Moore, J. H. Porter, J. 
M. Veach, Adairstille; Campbell Wal- 
lace, John White, Athens; Joseph 
Winship, Jamee R. Wylie. 

STATE SAVINGS BANK— 10 Wall. 
Capital paid in $50,000. Dr. O. W. 
Handy, president; W. W. Bell, cash- 
ier. Directors: W. W. BeU, J. C. 
Carter, 0. W. Handy, D. C. Jones, E. 
W. Marsh. 



BOABD OF TRADE. 

ATLANTA BOARD OF TRADE— 
MeeU daily at their hall. Republic 
Block, Pryor street, opposite Kimball 
House. Ben. E. Crane, president; J. 
J. Toon, secretary. 

BOABD OF XTHDEBWBI- 
TEBS. 

ATLANTA BOARD 'OF UNDER 
WRITERS— Office, room 2 Centennial 
Building, Whitehall, southwest comer 
Railroad. J. G. King, president; J. 
W. 'Thomas, Tioe-president ; J. A. 
Whitner, secretary. 

MIMBKBS. 

Agents representing foreign compa- 
nies: M. C. Blanchard, E. D. Chea- 
shire. R. J. Godfrey, W. H. Hancock. 
W. W. HaskeH, E. F. and J. Hurt, J. 
G. King, J. H. Low & Co., W. P. Pat- 
tillo, J. W. Thomas, Walker & Boyd, 
J. C. Whitner. 

(No home companies represented.) 
Regular meetings first Tuesday of 
each month. The annu«l meeting of 
Board is held on first Tuesday in No- 
Tember, at which time officers are 
elected for the ensuing year. 

CEMETEBIES. 

OAKLAND CEMETERY— Eastern 
terminus of Hunter street ; entrance 
also on Fair. L. O. Holland, sexton ; 
N. Hunt, guard. Hired by the day. 
Both appointed and paid by City 
Council. 



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CEtTBCHES. 
baptist. 

BELLWOOD CHURCH— South side 
Mayson's Ferry road, Bellwood. Rer. 
J. Z. Bush, pastor. Residence, 346 
Man gum. 

CENTRAL CHURCH— Junction 
Whitehall and Peters. Ser rices, 10:30 
A.M. and 7:80 p.m. Prayer meeting 
etery Wednesday, 7:80 p.m. Sunday 
School 9 A.M. Rot. Andrew Beck, 
pastor. •« Residence, Peoples corner 
Gordon, West End. 

FIFTH CHURCH— Fillmcre, north- 
east eomer Bell. Serrioee, 10:C0 a.m. 
and 7:80 p.m. Sunday School 9 a.m. 
Rer. y. C. Norcross, pastor. Resi* 
denee, Thrasher street, West End. 

FIRST CHURCH — Walton, north- 
west comer Forsyth. Serrices 10:30 
A.M. and 7:30 p.m. Prayer' meeting 
CTcry Wednesday, 7:80 p.m. Sunday 
School 9 A.M. Youn^ men's prayer 
meeting Monday, 7:80 p.m. Rot. D. 
W. Gwin, D.D., pastor. Residence, 
90 Iry. 

SECOND CHURCH — Washington, 
northwest comer Mitchell. Services, 
. 10:80 A.M. and 7:30 p.m. Prayer 
meeting erery Wednesday 7:30 p.m. 
Sunday School 9 a.m. Young men's 
prayer meeting Tuesday 7:15 p.m. 
Rot. a. T. Spaldii^g, ' D.D., pastor. 
Residence, 207 MoDonough. 

SIXTH CHURCH— North side Hun- 
ter, between Haynes and Daris. Lay 
services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 
^ THIRD CHURCH— 81 Jones Ave- 
nat. Services 10:80 a.m. and 7:80 p.m. 
•Prayer meeting every Wednesday 7:80 
P.M. Sunday School 9 a.m. Rot. J. 
F. JCeeves, pastor. Residence, 193 
South Forsyth. 

Cttored. 

FRIENDSHIP CHURCH— Mitchell, 
BW cor Haynes. Rot. Frank Qaarles, 
pastor. Services 11 a.m., 8 p.m. and 
7:80 P.M. 

MACEDONIA CHURCH — State, 
northeast comer Wallace. Rev. J. M. 
Jones, pastor. Services 11 a.m., 8 p.m. 
and liSO p.m. Prayer meeting Wednes- 
day, 7:80 P.M. Sunday School 9 a.m. 

MOUNT PLEASANT CHURCH— 63 
Fort. ReT. W. H. Tilman, pastor. 
Services 11 a.m., 8 p.m. and 7:80 p.m. 
Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. 
Sunday School 9 a.m. 



MOUNT ZION CHURCH — South 
side Baker, east of Galhoiui, R«t. 
Owen George, pastor. Serrioes 11 a.m., 
3 P.M. and 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting 
Monday, W^nesday and Friday, 7:80 
P.M. Sunday School 9 a.m. 

PLEASANT GROVE CHURCH — 
East side Reed, south ,of Cramley, 
near limits. Rev. Charles Jones, pas- 
tor. Services 8 p.m. and 7:80 p.m. 
Prayer meeUng Wednesday, 7:80 r.u. 
Sunday School 10 a.m. « 

PRIMITIVE CHURCH— Smith, 
northeast corner Glenn. Services 
once each month. * 

SPRINOFIlBLD CHURCH— Bast, 
side Fort, north of Taylor. Rev. 
James Baker, pastor. Services 1 1a.m., 
3 P.M. and 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting 
Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Sunday School 

9 A.M. . - , 

ZION HILL CHURCH— Humphries, 
northwest corner Glenn. Rer. JU>b«rt 
Grant, pastor. Services 8 p.m. and 7 
P.M. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:80 
P.M. Sunday School 9 a.m. 

CHIISTI19. 

CHRISTIAN CHURCH— North side 
Hunter, between Pryor and Loyd. 
Services 10:30 a.m. and. 7:80 p.m. 
Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:80 p.m. . 
Sunday School 9 a.m. Rot. J. T. 
Hawkins, pastor. Residence 81 Cox. 

EPISCOPAL. 

CHAPEL OF THE HOLY INNO- 
CENTS— Ivy, near North Avenue. 
Services 10 a.m. Sunday Sehool 3 p.m. 
Rev. R. C. Foute, pastor. Residence 
north side Hunter, between Washing- 
ton and OalhouB. 

MISSION OF THE REDEEMER-^ 
Walker, northwest comer Fair. Ser- 
vices 10 A.M. and 7:80 p M. 

ST. LUKE'S CHURCH— Walton, 
corner Spring. Services 10:80 a. m. 
and 7:80 p. m. Prayer meeting Wed- 
nesday and Friday 4 p. m. Sunday 
School 3 p. M. Rot. George Maoauley, 
rector. Residence, 170 Marietu. 

ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH— Washing- 
ton, northeast comer Hunter. Ser- * 
vices 11 A. M. and 6 p. m. Prayer 
meeting Wednesday and Friday 11 a. 
M and Friday 6 p. m. Sunday School 
8:80 p. m. Rot. R. C. Foute, rector. 
Residence, north side Hunter between 
Washington and Calhoun. 



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ISIAEL. 

K'HILO KODBSH. G'EMILAS 
CHB9BD— Synftgogue, Forsyth, soath- 
eftst eomer Qamett. SerTioes Friday, 
I.P.U., and Batnrday, 9 a. m. Rct. 
H. Qenoni, Tal>bi ; L. Cohen, presi- 
dent; M. Wellhonso, vice president; 
Joseph Hirseh, secretary ; M. Frank- 
lin, treasurer. 

HCTBODIST EPISCOPAL. 

(I»«rth0 
tOYD STREET CHURCH— Loyd, 
northwoHt comer Hunter. Services, 
11 A. M. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer meet- 
ing, Wednesday 7:80 p. m ; Class meet- 
i ngs Friday 7:80 p. m. Sunday School 
9 A. X. ReT. Oeorge Standing, pastor. 
Reaidenoe, east side Thompson, be- 
tween Castleberry and Oarnett. 

(8«dUi.) 

Rot. W. F. Cook, presiding elder, 
Atlanta district. Residence 214 South 
Pryor. 

EDGEWOOD CHURCH— Georgia 
Ridlroad, beyond limits. Senrices 11 
A.^. and 7:15 p. m. Sunday school 
9:80 A. M. ReT. W. Branham, pastor. 
Residence, Deeatnr road. 

EVANS CHAPEL— Chapel southeast 
comer Stonewall. Berrices 11 a. m. 
and 7 p. m. Prajrer meeting 7:15 p.m. 
Young men*8 prayer meeting Monday 
7:15 p. m. Sunday School 8:80 p. m. 
Rot. George E. Gmn^r, pastor. Res- 
idenee 78 Chapel street. 

FIRSf CHURCH— Peachtree, juno- 
tipa of Pryor. Senrices 11 a. m. and 
T:80 p. M. Prayer meeting Wednes- 
day 7:80 p. M. Gaas meeting Sunday 
9 A. M. Sunday school 8 p. m. Rot. 
Wm. P. Harrison, D.D., pastor. Resi- 
dence 78 Ellis. * 

PAYNE'S CHAPEL— Hunnicutt, 
southwest corner Luckie. SerTioes 11 
A. M. and 7 p. m. Prayer meeeting 
Wednesday 7:80 p. m. Qasa meeting 
* Sunday 9 a. m. Sunday school 8 p.m. 
ReT. J. A. Reynolds, pastor. Resi- 
dence 282 Lnefcie. 

PIERCE CHAPEL— South side Raw- 
son, between Smith and Hood. Sun- 
day sehool 8 p. M. Wm. Laird, supe- 
intendent. 

SIXTH CHURCH— North side Mer- 
riti't ATenne, between Collins and 
Peachtree. Serrieee 11 a. m. and 7:80 
p. X. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:80 



p. m. Sunday school 9:80 a. m. Rot. 
D. L. Anderson, pastor. Residence 16 
Loyd. ^ 

ST. PAUL'S CHURCH— North side 
Hunter between Bell and Haynee. 
SerTioes 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer 
meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. CUss 
tneeting Sunday 9:80 a. m. Young 
men's prayer meeting Tuesday 7:80 p. 
M. Sunday school 3:80 p. m. Rot. 
W. A. Dodge, pastor. Residence 855 
East Fair. 

TRINITY CHURCH — Whitehall, 
southwest corner Peters. SerTioes 
10:30 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. Prayer 
meeting Wednesday 7:80 p. *m. Class 
meetiniK Monday 7:80 p. m. Sunday 
school 9:15 a. m. Rot. J. E. Erans, 
D.D., pastor. Residence 42 W. Peters. 

Celered. 

FIRST AFRICAN CHURCH— North 
jide Wheat, between Calhoun and 
Butler. Senrices 11 a.m., 8 p. m. and 
7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Thursday, 
7:30 p. M. Class meeting Wednesday, 
8 p. M. Sunday-school 9 a. m. Rer. 
F. J. P^k, pastor. 

ST. PAUL'S AFRICAN CHURCH— 
East side Humphries, between High- 
tower and Wells. SerTices 11 a.m. 
and 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednes- 
day, 7:30 P.M. Class meeting Fri- 
day, 7^0 p. M. . Sunday-school 9 a.m. 
Rot, William Pierce, pastor. 

SHILOH CHURCH — Thurmond, 
northeast corner Haynes. SerTioes 
10:80 A. M., 3 p. M. and 7:80 p. m. 
Prayer meeting Monday, 4 p. m. Sun- 
day-school 9 A. m. Rev." J. L. Smith, 
pastor. 

UNION CHURCH— So^th side 
Markham, between Davis and Tatt- 
nall. SerTices 11 a.m., 8 p. m and 
7:80 p. M. Prayer meeting Wednes- 
day, 7:30 p. M. Class meeting Friday, 
7:30 p. M. Sunday-sehool 9 a. m. Rot. 
Allen Fraiier, pastor. 

WOODS CHAPEL— West side Mar- 
tin, between Richardson and Fulton. 
SerTices 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7:80 p.m. 
Class meeting Thursday, 8 p.m. Sun- 
day-school 9 A. M. Rot. A. Gonickey, 
pastor. 

PEESITTEHAH. 

CENTRAL CHURCH— West side 
Washington, between Hunter and 
Mitchell. Senrices 10:30 a.m. and 7:80 
P.M. Pr*/er meeting and lecture 
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9 A.M. Rev. J. T. Lcflwich, D.D., 
pastor. Residence Kimball house. 

FIRST CHURCH-South side Ma- 
rietU, between Forsyth and Sprinir 
SerTices 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Prayer 
meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Sun- 
day-school 9 a.m. Rct. J. H. Martin, 
pastor. Residence 52 West Harris 

HUNTER STREET CHURCH- 
South side Hunter near Haynes. Ser- 
Tices 10:46 A.M and 7:30 p.m. Prayer 
meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Sun- 
day-school 3 p. m. ReT. W. Dabnej. 
pastor. Residence 67 Bell. 

Celered, 

— T- CHURCH — Markham. 

nonheaRt corner Maple. Services 
10:30 A. M. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer 
meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Sun 



& Atlantfc Railroad. J. A. Hayden 
president; J. H. Mecaslin, secreUrj 
and treasurer. 

ATLANTA MEQICAL COLLEGE- 
Jenkins, northwest corner Butler. J. 
0. Westmoreland, president; A W 
Calhpun, secretary; J. T. Johnson! 
dean. 



day School 2 p. m. Rev. G. S. Thomp- 
• son, paetor. 

MMU CATHOLIC. 

CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE 
CONCEPTION-Loyd, southeast cor- 
ner Hunter. SerTices : daily mass 7 
A. M., and on Sunday 7 and 10:30 am, 
Vespers 4 p. m. Sunday-sohool 3 p.m. i 
M. T. Reilly, pastor. Residence, south ' 
side H^inter, east of Loyd. 

CatheUc InstlUUeis. 
CONVENT OF THE IMMACULATE 
CONCEPTJON-Eaet ^ide Loyd, be- 
tween Hunter and Mitchell. Con- 
ducted by the Sisters of Mercy. (See 
index to adr.) ^ 

CLUBS. 

ATLANTA TURN VE REIN -Meets 
first Sunday every month, James Hall 
6 Whitehall. C. J. Weinmeister, pres- 
ident; F. Reim»n, Tice-presidenjt ; W 
Klmita, secreUry; H. G. Kuhrt, trees- 
urer^ J. Stuchlick, collector ; J. Rau- 
schenburg, teacher; J. Domini, G. 
Fischer, and F. Hahn, trustees. 

INCOBPOBATED COM- 
PAinES. 

ATLANTA COTTON FACTORY 
COMPANY— Office 160 to 170 Mari- 
etta. Factory immediately in rear ex- 
tending to railroad. (Not operatinff at 
time of publication, and further infor- 
mation could not be obtained ) 

ATLANTA GAS LIGHT COMPANY 
—Office 21 Whitehall; works Western 



faculty. 

J. T Banks, Professor of Practice 
of Medicine. 

Shirley Bragg, Lecturer on Minor 
Surgery. 

A. W. Calhoun, Professor diseases 
Eye and Ear. 

J. T. Johnson, Professor of Anato- 
my. 

J. H. Logan, Professor of Chemistry 
TV* ifV' P'?^«f»«'^of Pby«iology. 
I. M. Mclntpsh, Prosecter for Chttir 
of Surgery. 

P. W. Nutting, Demonstrator of An- 
atomy. 

V. H. Taliaferro, Professor of Ob- 
stetrics, etc. 

J. W. Westmoreland, Professor Ma- 
teria Mediea. 

R. W. Westmoreland, Assistant De- 
monstrator of Anatomy. 

W. F. Westmoreland, Professor of 
Surgery. 

^ATLANTA ROLLING MILL COM. 
I».,v3^* "~" (*^o^™«J"Jy bcofield Rolling 
Mill Company.) Incorporated 1 86-.) 
Charter amended February 22d 1877 
Office and works, 492 Marietta. ' W. C* 
Momll, president; T. W. Chandler, 
secretary and treasurer; William 
Goodnow, general manager; Robert 
Kyle, superintendent. Direotors ; 
Alfred Austell, George Hillyer, W. 
a Morrill, W. P. Orme. F. L sione. 
w. 8. Thomson, and V. R. Tommey 

ATLANTA WATERWORKS COM- 
PANY— (See p. 81, immediately fol- 
lowing Police Department.) 

CASTLE ROCK COAL COMPANY 
OP GEORGIA-Chartered 1862. Of- 
fice 24 South Broad. Mines in Dade 
county Julius L. Brown, president ; 
w. L. Morrill, secretary and treasurer 
Directors; Joseph E. Brown, Joseph 
M. Brown, JuUus L. Brown, W. C. 
Morrill and Jscob N. SeaTer. 

CONSTlTUnON PUBLISHING - 
COMPANY— Organised June 1868. 
Incorporated February 1877. "Office 
34 South Broad. A. Howell, presi- 
dent ; N. P. T. Finch, secretary ; A. 



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p. Woodward, auditor; W. A. Hemp- 
hill, business manage/. 

DADE COAL COMPANY— Charter- 
ed 1878. OiBce, Western and Atlan- 
tic R. R. Building. Mines in Dade 
county. Joseph E. Brown, president; 
Julias L. Brown, yice president; U i. 
Watson, secreUry and treasurer. Di- 
rectors ; Joseph B. Brown, John T. 
Grant and W. C. Morrill. 

DIRECT TRADE UNION OF THE 

PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY-Offioe 

No 7 State House. Meets first Wednes- 

day In April each year. Directors 

meet quarterly, January, Apnl, July, 

and October. Hon. A. H. Colquitt, 

president (term expires first weej m 

April); E. T. Paine, secretary; Rot. 

' D E. Butler, treasurer; J. H. Ketner, 

Atlanta agent; C. H. Olmstead, Sat- 

annah agent. Directors : R. A. Alston, 

D E. Butler, Z. H. Clark, Q. M. T. 

Feagan, T. G. Holt. R. C. Humber. J. 

B. Jones, J. S. Larender, L. F. LiT- 

ingston, M. 8. Paden, E. T. Paine, and 

T J. Smith. 

NATIONAL SURGICAL IN8TI- 

TXITB Alabama, northwest corner 

Pryor. Dr. G. W. Handy, surgeon in 
charge; J.C.Allensworth,assistant; Dr. 
K. H. Roland, secretary and treasurer; 
Charles Heide, chief surgico-machinist; 
Mrs. M. C. Doutin, matron; Peter Hol- 
combe, engineer. 

SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY 
—East Wall, opposite Union Depot. 
W. W. Hwlbert, agent ; H. C. Barr, 
cashier; W. H. Clayton, superintend- 
ent. 

INSUEANCE COMPA- 
NIES. 

* GRANGER'S LIFE AND HEALTH 
INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE 
UNITED STATES OP AMERICA— 
fGeorgia Department.] — 40 Marietta. 
Authorixed capital $4,600,000. Assets 
$600,000. William A. Shorter, presi- 
dent; A. Shorter, Tioe-president; Rob- 
ert Qwaltney, secretary and treasurer. 
General office, Mobile, Ala. 

LITERABY AND DEA- 

MATiG assogiation;s. 

ATLANTA DRAMATIC ASSOC 
TIUN—No regular time or place o\ 
meeting. E. M. Hammond, president; 



William Moyer8,^vice-preaiden<; Addi- 
son F. Barnett, secretary and treasu- 
rer; G. W. Kates, manager. 

BEETHOVEN SOCIETY— Meets in 
Georgia Railroad Building, Loyd, op- 
posite Alabama, for business first Tues- 
day evening in each month, and for re- 
hearsal every Monday evening. Ob- 
ject : *' To increase the musical knowl- 
edge of its members, afford them a 
rational and improving recreation, and 
foster and promote a correct musical 
Uste in the community." Chartered 
and organized January 26th, 1877. 
Julius L. Brown, president: D. M. 
Bain, vice president ; C. E, Currier, 
seorefary; E. A. Werner, tre^urer ; 
Prof. E. Auguste SchuUse, musical di- 
rector ; S. A. Jlyan, librarian. Direc- 
tors : D. M. Bain, Julius L. Brown. T. 
W. Chandler, C. E. Currier, J. W. 
English, Louis Gholstin, William Good- 
now. W. H. Parkins, Ed. A. Werner, 
King Wyly. 

CONCORDIA ASSOCIATION— Meets 

at hall in Grant Building, Marietta, 
southeast corner Forsyth, on call. 
Chartered 1866. Joseph Fleishel. 
president ; J. C. Haas, vice president ; 
I. G. Haas, secreUry ; E. Selig treas- 

ROSSINI CLUB— Meets at 6 White- 
hall every Monday evening. J. F. 
Burke, president; R. D. Spaulding, 
vice president; W. H. Tuller, sec- 
retary; W. C. Morrill, treasurer; G. 
P Guilford, musical director; Mrs. 
Mary Madden, pianist ; C. C. Guilford, 
librarian. Directors: J. F. Burke, J. 
H. Fitten, D. G. Jones, R. J. Lowry, 
W. C. Morrill, C. Peeples, J. L. Rob- 
ertson, R. D. Spaulding and W. H. Tul- 
ler. Musical Committee : S. H. Brad- 
ley, J. C. Courtney, G. P. Guilford, W. 
W. Packard and E. Van GoidUnoten. 
Membership : 96 chorus, 28 orchestra. 
YOUNG MEN'S LIBRARY ASSO- 
CIATION— Organised August 19th, 
1867. Present location, 21^uth Broad; 
(will move to MarrietU, »eutheast cor- 
ner Forsyth.) Henry HUlyer, presi- 
dent : B- H. I^ill, Jr., vice president ; 
Aaron Haas, secretary $ A. C. Billups, 
assistant; John Harwell, treasurer; 
E. P. Chamberlin, librarian. 



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COMMITTEES. 

Finance— J. H. Flynn, L. Ghulstin, 
8 M. Inman, W. H. Tuller. 



Lecture— D. M. Bain. J. W. English, 
H. W. Grady, C. E. Harman. 

Library— J. F. Burke, E. Y. Clarke, 
B F. Longley, W. C. Morrill. 

MUITABT 0B6ANIZA- 
TIONS. 

C. W. Anderson, senior captain com- 
manding battalion. 

ATLANTA CADETS— Armory, Wall 
corner Pryor. Organised May 26th, 
1872. Uniform : Same as West Point 
Military C^ets. Total strength 60 men 
rank and file, carrying the improved 
breech loading rifles. Officers : C. W. 
Anderson, captain ; £. S. McCandless, 
first lieutenant; F. J. Hoyte, second 
lieutenant ; T. A. Johnson, junior sec- 
ond lieutenant 

CLEBURNE RIFLES— Armory, 9 
WMt Mitchell. Organized November, 
1875. Uniform : Green, trimmed with 
gold. Total strength 60 men rank and 
file, armed with improved breech load- 
ing rifles. Meet for drill every Mon- 
day evening; for regular business 
second Monday each month. Officers; 
R. C. Young, captain ; William Flynn, 
first lieutenant; Pat Carroll, second 
lieutenant; 8. D. Grady, junior sec- 
ond lieutenant. 

FULTON BLUES— Armory, Ala- 
bama, comer Forsyth. Reorganized 
in 1879: Uniform: Blue, triouned 
with bufif. Total strength 60 rank and 
file, supplied with the improved breech 
loading rifles. Regular meeting for 
business every Tuesday evening. 
Meeting for drill subject to call. J. J. 
HaTerty, secretary; J. S. Wallace, 
assistant secretary ; E. W. Hewitt, 
treasurer. Officers: T. J. Dabney, 
capUin; J. G. Scrutchio, first lieuten- 
ant; W. R. Riggers, second lieuten- 
ant; J. M. Hunnicutt, third lieuten- 
ant; M.C.Martin, M. D., surgeon; 
R. Bird, color sergeant ; J. A. Gatins, 
Q. M. sergeant; J. E. Mann, first 
sergeant. 

GOVERNOR'S GUARDS— Armory, 
Alabama corner Forsyth. Organized 
May 1873. Uniform: Cadet gray c^oth, 
trimmed with scarlet and gold ; drees 
coat, black plash cap. white plume 
tipped with scarlet. Total strength, 
60 rank and file, carrying the improved 
breech-loading rifles. Meet Tuesdays 
and Fridays. E. G. Roch, secretary; 



W. H. Scott, treasurer. Officers : R. 
J. Lowry, captain; A. F. Barnett, 
first lieutenant ; D. C. MePhee, second 
lieutenant ; J. H, Owings, third lien- 
tenant ; C. R. Harris, color sergeant ; 
E. G. Roch, Q. M. sergeant ; C. A. 
Hetzel, first sergeant. 

MISCELLANEOUS OB- 
DERS AND SOCIETIES. 

ATLANTA BIBLE SOaETY— Office 
2 and 4 South Pryor. E. E. Rawson, 
president ; J. E. MoConnell, score, 
tary ; J. S. Stewart, treasurer. ' 

newspXpess, etc. 

ATLANTA MEDICAL AND SURGI- 
CAL JOUWAL— Monthly. $8 per 
year. H, H. Dickson, proprietor; 
Drs. J. G. and R. W.. Westmoreland, 
editors; 32 Southf Broad. 

ATLAN!NV^UBLICAN— Weekly. 
W. L. Clark, editor and proprietor : 
27 East Hunter. 

BOYS AND GIRLS OF THE SOUTH 
—Monthly. [Literary.] $1 per year. 
Col. John H. Seals, editor and propri. 
etojr; Prof. William B. Seals, busi- 
ness msnagei*; 24 South Broad. (See 
index to adv.) 

CHRISTIAN INDEX— Weekly. 
[Baptist.] $3 per year. James P. 
Harrison & Co., proprietors ; Rev. D. 
E. Butler, managing editor; 27 and 29 
South Broad. 

ECLECTIC STAR— Monthly. S. F. 
Salter, proprietor; 53 South Broad. 

GEORGIA ENTERPRISE — Quar- 
terly. 10 oents per copy. [Devoted 
to Practical Horticulture, Husbandry, 
Pomology and other home interests.] 
S. T. Jenkins, editor and proprietor. 
Office 5 James Bank Building, White- 
hall, between Alabama and Railroad. 
Issued from office Sunny South, 24 
South Broad. (See index to adv. ) 

GEORGIA GRANGE-^ Weekly. $2 
per year. [Organ of the Patrons of 
Husbandry, State Agricultural Society 
and Direct Trade Union.] James P. 
Harrison & Co., publishers; 27 and 
29 South Broad. 

HOMEWARD STAR^Monthly. $1 
per year. [Devoted to the promotion 
of immigration.] G. W. Hi»kle, ed- 
itor and proprietor ; 27 and 29 South 
Broad. 



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ILLUSTRATED WEEKLV— [South- 
ern branch office.] Charles Clucas & 
Co., pubUshers, New York; 66 White- 

hall. 

METHODIST ADVOCATE— Weekly. 
ReV. E Q. Fuller, editor and proprie* 
tor ; 110 Whitehall. 

SOUTHERN MEDICAL RECORD— 
Monthly. T. 8. Powell, M.D., editor 
and proprietor. • James P. Harrison 
& 03.. publishers ; 27 and 29 South 
Bro<id. 

SOUTHERN HEAL ESTATE GA- 
ZETTE— Monthly. Frierson, Ellis & 
Co., publishers. Distributed free. 33 
Marietta. 

SUNNY SOUTH-yeekly. [lUus- 

trated literary.] $3 per year. Col. 

John H. Seals, editor and proprietor. 

Prof. William B. Seals, business man. 

ager ; 24 South Broad. (See index to 

adr.) 
THE ACANTHUS — Monthly. 75 

«ent8 per year. [Devoted to the "true, 
the beautiful and the good."] Miss 
Annie M. Barnes, editor and propri- 
etor. Issued from office Sunny South, 
24 South Broad. 

THE AMATEUR GAZETTE — 
Monthly. $1 per year. W.P.WooUey, 
eiitor and proprietor. Issued from 
office Sunny South, 24 South Broad. 

THE DAILY CONSTITUTION — 
Daily and weekly. [Democratic] 
Constitution Publishing Company, pro- 
prietors. Evan P. Howell, editor ; 
N. P. T. Finph, associate editor; W.A. 
Hemphill, business manager. Daily 
$10 per year; 34 South Broad. (See 
index to adv.) 

PARKS AND PLACES 
OF AMUSEMENT. 

DkGIVKS opera HOUSE— L. De- 
Give, proprietor; Marietta, between 
Broad and Forsyth. 

OGLETHORPE park -Located on 

the Western & Atlantic Railroad, two 
miles from Union Depot. Contains 
about twenty-seven (27) acres. Pur- 
chased by the city in 1870, under su- 
perintendence of H. I. Kimball. Used 
for agricultural expositions : next fair 
will be held October 16-20, 1877, un- 
der auspices of the Georgia State Ag- 
ricuUund Society. Main entrance on 
Marietta. Horse cars on Marietta 
line ran to the gate. 



POST OFFICE. 

The Post Office is located in the 
Capital Building (State House), Mari- 
etta, southeast corner Forsyth. Main 
entrance 96 Marietta. Benjamin Con- , 
ley, postmaster ; J. 8. Nail, assistant; 
Wallace Rhodes, mailing clerk and su- 
perintendent of mails ; John F. Blod- 
gett, assistant mailing clerk; Frank 
Mills, general distributing clerk; Amos 
Rucker, porter and canceling clerk. 

FREE DELIVERY— R. P. Jackson, 
carrier first district ; C. W, Hubbard, 
second district ; C. C. Wimbish, third 
district ; C, F, Tatwil«r, fourth dis- 
trict ; J. C. Shelton, fifth district ; L. 
M. Spencer, sixth district; Richard 
Bohnefeld, regular substitute. 

The Post Office Department prom- 
ises to deliver by carriers only such 
matter as is directed to the street and 
number, and the only sure way to 
avoid having letters advertised, is to 
follow the instructions of the Postal 
Department, by addressing letters as 
stated. 

"Carriers make daily, three deliveries 
and three collections, leaving the of- 
fice as soon after tho distribution of 
the various mails as possible. No de- 
livery is made on Sunday, but carri* 
ers' windows are open during the Sun- 
day morning hours. The following 
exhibits work done by carriers during 
the^ear ending December 31st, 1876: 

DELIVEBED. 

Mail letters 706,091 

Mail postal cards 124,436 

Local letters. 40,712 

Registered letters 9,534 

Newspapers, etc. 281,803 

COLLECTED. 

Xetters 494,655 

Postal cards 142,818 

Newspapers, etc 40,190 

GENERAL DELIVERY-B. A. Stout, 
clerk. Window open daily from 7 A.H.to 
P.M.; Sunday, from 8 to 10 a.m. All 
letters remaining uncalled for in the 
office are advertised on Sunday of 
each week, and if not claimed in one 
month, are forwarded to the Dead- 
Letter Office at Washington. When 
calling for such a letter, say ** Adver- 
tised," and give full name find dat« of 
advertisement. 

MONEY ORDER DEPARTMENT— J; 
S. Nail, money order clerk; J.Goodnow, 
assistant. Office opens at 9 a.m. and 



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sending money by mail is secured by 
obtaining a money order on another 
money-order office. No fractions of 
t eents to be introduced in an order. 
United States Treasury notes or Na- 
tional Bank notes only, received or 
paid. No single order issued for more 
than $50. Parties desiriug to remit 
larger sums, must obtain additional or- 
ders. No applicant however, can ob- 
•tain in one day, more than three orders 
payable at the same office and to same 
payee. Money orders can also be ob- 
tained at this office upon Post Offices 
in all parts of Canada, German States, 
Great Britain, Ireland and Switzer- 
land, When foreign money orders are 
paid in currency, the gold value will 
be transmitted by the Postmaster in 
New York. By act of Congress, ap- 
proved March 8, 1876, the fees for Do- 
mestic Money Orders have been chang- 
ed, ^0 that " on and after the first day 
of July, 1875," the fees or commis- 
sions to be charged for the issue of 
Domestic Money Orders will be as fol- 
lows : On orders not over $15, ten 
cents ; over $15 and under $80, fifteen 
cents; over $30 and under $40, twenty 
cents; over $40 and under- $50, 
twenty-five cents. For fo^^eign rates, 
consult the United States Official Pos- 
tal Guide, January, 1877, page 244. 

NEWSPAPER DEPARTMENT. — 
Notice — '* Any word or communi- 
" cation, whether by printing, writing, 
''mark or sign, upon a newspaper, 
"pamphlet, or magazine, or other 
" printed matter, or upon the cover 
" or wrapper thereof, other than the 
" name of the person to whom it is 
"sent, subjects the same to letter po^- 
;' tage."— [Postal Laws, sec. 16.] 

REGISTERED LETTER DEPART- 
MENT — Louis Seldner, register clerk. 
Office opens at 9 a.m. and closes at 4 p.m. 
Valuable letters or packages should be 
registered, the fee for same, to all 
parts of the world, being 10 cents, in 
addition to the regular rates of letter 
postage, to be pud in stamps ; t. e., 
stamps sufficient must be attached to 
letters, before presenting for registra- 
tion. The name and post office address 
of sender mast be endorsed on face of 
envelope. After a registered letter 
has been transmitted, it cannot be re. 
called by the sender. No letter can 



be registered on Sunday. The Post 
Office Department, or its revenue, is 
not by law liable for the loss of any 
registered mall matter. Registered 
letters will not be delivered to any 
person but the one to whom they are 
addressed, or to a person whom the 
Postmaster knows to be anthorised to 
receive them. 

STAMP DEPARTMENT— T. A. Les- 
ter, stamp clerk. Window open daily 
from 7 A. M. to 6 p. m. Sundays from 
8 to 10 A.M. / ro« 

Postage. — On letters, sealed pack- 
ages, mail matter wholly or in part 
written, (except book manosoript and 
corrected proofs passing between au- 
thors and publishers, and except local 
or drop letters, or postal cards), all 
printed matter so marked as to con- 
vey any other or further information 
than is conveyed by the original print, 
etc., three cents for each half ounce 
or fraction thereof. On local or drop 
letters at office where free delivery is 
established, two cents for each half 
ounce or fraction thereof • On same 
where free delivery is not established, 
one cent f jr each half ounce, or fraction ' 
thereof. 

On newspapers (excepting weeklies), 
whether regular or transieatyMid with- 
out regard to weight or fireqaencj of 
issue, one cent each. On periodicals 
(other than newspapers), not exceed- 
ing two ounces in weight, one cent 
each; on same, exceeding two ounces, 
two cents each. Circulars Ensealed, 
one cent. Stamps should be placed on 
the upper r/ght-han3 comer of the 
address side of all mail matter. 

PosUl cards may be tent either in 
print, pencil or ink, or partially in aU. 
They arc regarded by Postmasters the 
same as sealed letters, except that in 
no case will they be returned or sent to the 
Dead Letter Office. If not delivered 
within sixty days frool the time of re- 
ceipt, they will be burned by Post- 
masters. In using postal cards, be 
careful not to write or have anything 
printed on the side to be used for the 
address, except the address. To use, 
or attempt to use in payment of post^ 
age, a postage stamp or stamped en- 
velope, or a stamp cut from any 
such envelope which has been ^before 
used in payment of postage, is pun- 
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(For the information contained in 
the foregoing Post-Office Department, 
we are indebted to Messrs. H. 0. 
Houghton & Co.'s Postal Guide, Jan- 
uary, 1877.) 

RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE— 
Theodore N. Vail, of Iowa, superin- 
tendent, Washington, D. C. ; Lynch 
M. Terrell, assistant superintendent. 
Fourth DiTision : Headquarters At- 
lanta, Georgia; office 5 Marietta. John 
T. Frey, special agent; C. M. D. Brown, 
W. J. Glssoock and J. W. Woodruff, 

clerks. ^ 

Qerki Railway PostOffioe : J. G. 
Andrews, E. J. Fuller, J. H. Goffe, T. 
8. King, F. M. Van Pelt and E. 8. 
Wells. 

Route Agents: T. M. Blodgett, 
Samuel Bradley, J. E. CoUiUe. John 
Day, R. B. Egelston, A. A. Hammett, 
L. P. Hills, John Keffer, W. C. Leake, 
Alexander Mattison, L. W. Morse and 
W. W. Peake. 

BAILBOADS. 

[All trains enter and depart from 
the Union Depot, Pry or, corner 

Wall.] 

ATLANTA AND RICHMOND AIR- 
LINE— Oflace 56 East Wall. J. H. 
Fisher, receiver; J. B. Peck, super- 
intendent; H. M. Cottingham, gen- 
eral freight agent 

DISTANCE rROM ATLANTA TO 

Goodwyna Ga. 10 miles. 

Dorayille " 15 

Norcross " 20 

Duluth. •• 25 

Suwannee 

Buford. 

, Flowery Branch 

' GainesTille. 

Belton.... 

LongTiew 

Mount Airy..... ..« 

Tocooa. , ** 

Tugalo... " 100 

Gilmer's,. 8. C. 105 

Westminster •* 110 

Seneca.. " 120 

Central " 135 

Liberty " UO 

Ea8ley...i " 145 

Greenville " 160 

Greer's " 170 

Wellford's. " 180 

Spartanburg " 190 

Cowpeng "200 

GaflEhey'B " 210 



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King's Mountain "230 

Wooten's " 235 

Wright's and Gastonia •* 245 

Garibalda " 250 

Charlotte "265 

ATLANTA AND WEST POINT- 
Offioe 32 Loyd. J. P. King, presi- 
dent; W. P. Orme, secretary and 
treasurer; L. P. Grant, superintend- 
ent; A. J. Orme, general agent. 

DISTANCE FBOM ATLANTA TO 

East Point 6 miles. 

Fairbum 19 

Palmetto 25 

Powell's '. 33 

Newnan 39 

Grantville. 51 

Hogansvile 58 

LaGrange 71 

Long Cane 80 

West Point 86 

CENTRAL RAILROAD OF GEOR- 
GIA— (Atlanta Division.), Infoma- 
TioN Refused, through ignorance of 
agent. 

GEORGIA RAILROAD AND 
BANKING COMPANY — Office 32 
Loyd. J. P. King, president ^S. K. 
Johnson, superintendent ; '^ 
Werner, agent 

DISTANCE FBOM ATLANTA TO 

Decatur • • 6 miles. 

Stone Mountain 16 

Lithonia 24 

Conyers 31 

Covington 41 

Social Circle 52 

Rutledge 59 

Madison ^ W 

Buckhead....' • 76 

Greensboro 88 

Union Point( Athens j unc. ) 95 

Crawfordville 107 

BamettCWa8hingtonjunc.)114 
Camack (Warrenton juno. )125 

Thompson 134 

Dearing 142 

Saw Dust 146 

Berzelia. 152 

Bellair. 162 

Augusta -171 

ATHENS BRANCH. 

DISTANCE FBOM UNION TOtiST TO 

WoodviUe 5 miles. 

Maxey's • • • 13 

Antiooh 17 " 

Lexington « 

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WESTERN AND ATLANTIC — 
Office railroad junction, opposite 
Forsyth. Hon. Joseph E. Brown 
president; W. C. Morrill, treasurer; 
B. W. Wrenn, general passeuffer 
agent; William MacRae, superin- 
tendent 



DISTANCE FBOM ATLANTi^ TO 



Bolton Ga, 

Gilmore tt 

Vinings ' •« 

Mclvor •< 

Smyrna «« 

Marietta. «« 

Big Shanty .[', *« 

Aoworth ♦♦ 

Allatoona •« 

Bartow. . . ; •. tt 

Stegall's ....*.*.* «» 

Etowah •• 

Cartersville •« 

Roger's «« 

Cass. «• 

Kingston «« 

Haifa...: •• 

Adairsville «« 

McDaniels «« 

Calhoun ** 

Resaca. *• 

Tilton. ; •• 

Dalton, •« 

Tunnel Hill •« 106 

Ringgold •♦ 114 

Graysville ' "120 

Chickamauga. Tenn.126 

Boyce «« 131 

Chattanooga "138 



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50 

52 

58 

63 

68 

74 

78 

84 

90 

99 



TAYLOR HILL LINE— (Red Cars)- 
From Railrpad, on Whitehall, south to 
Mitchell; northwest on Mitchell to El- 
liott; north on Elliott 'to Hunter, 
thence west on Hunter to Haynes 

WEST END LINE~(YeUow Ca^)— 
From Railroad, on Whitehall, south to 
Mitchell; northwest on Mitchell to 
miles. Forsyth ; south on Forsyth to Peters, 
thence southwest on Peters to West 
End. 

WHITEHALL STREET LINE— (Blue 
Cars)— From Railroad, on Whitehall, 
southwest to Smith. 



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Office 49 Line. R. Peters, president ; 
G. W. Adair, treasurer; E. C. Peters, 
superintendent. Directory: G. W. 
Adair, S. M. Inman, W. M. Middle- 
brooks, R. Peters and J. R. Wylie. 

DECATUR STREET LINE— From 
Peachtree, on Decatur, east to Oak- 
land Cemetery. 

Mcdonough street line— From 

WM^^l e^t on Alabama to Wash- 
ington ; south on Washington to Jones; 
east on Jones to McDonough, thence 
south on McDonough. to Fulton. 

MARIETTA STREET LINE— From 
Peachtree, on Marietta, northwest to 
Atlanta filing Mill and , Oglethorpe 
Park. 

PEACHTREE STREET LINE— Prom 
Railroad, on Peachtree, north to Ponce 
de Lton Springs. 



RELIEF AND BENEVQ. 
LEirr OBGANIZATIOirS 

ATLANTA BENEVOLENT ASSOCI- 
ATION— 127 Marietta. Established 
as a home for the aged and infirm ; 
sustained by private contributions'. 
Campbell Wallace, president; Miss 
P. Smith, matron. 

CATHOLIC BENEVOLENT SOGIE- 
TY— Meets fiist Sunday each month 
at school house north side Mitchell, 
near Washington. R. D. Spauldinit. 
^ident ; W. B. Cox, vice president ; 
W. DowUng, secretary ; H. M. Scott, 
treasurer; Rev. M. T. Riley, chaplain. 
CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTINENCE 
AND BENEVOLENTSOCIETY— Meota 
first Sunday in each month at school 
house north side Mitchell near Wash- 
ington. Joseph Gatins, president; 
Wilham Fifer, vice president ; T. Cor-* 
ngan, secretary ; W. Oleason, treasu- 
rer; Hugh Lynch, sergeant-at-arras. 
LADIES' HEBREW BENEVOLENT 
SOCIETY — Meets in Syn^^gue, For- 
syth, southeast corner Gamett, upon 
call. Mrs. JuUa H. Titlebaum, sec- 
retary. % 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN AS- 
SOCIATION— 68 Whitehall. Business 
meeting first Monday in each month ; 
devotiohal services every SundlKy 6 p! 
M. W. A. Haygood, president; P. H. 
Mell, Jr., first vice president; J. P. 
Field, second vice president; C. 0. 
Eckford, corresponding secretary ; J, 
B. Carson, recording secretary; Wil- 
liam Wyatt, auditor; W. R. Brown, 
director to Benevolent Home and pres- 
ident Georgia Stads Convention. 






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SECBET SOCIETIES. 




L. Hubbard, H P. ; 



MASONIC. 



GKAND 0FM0UL8 OF THB UNITED STATES. 

GENERAL GRAND CHAPTER— E- 
H. English, Little Rock, Ark., G. G. 
H. P.; Christopher Fox, Buffalo, New 
York, G. G. Sec. 

GENERAL GRAND ENCAMPMENT 
—J. H. Hopkins, Pittsburg, Pennsjl- 
tania, G. G. M. 

[Our meagre report of these bodies 
is due te th^ indifference manifested 
by parties giving. us the information 
pought, and we trust it may not be re- 
jpeftted.] 

QBAND OFFICERS OF THE STATE OF 
QEOBOIA. ~ 

Gba>d LoDOi— D. E. Butler, Mad- 
ison, G. M. ; J. E. Blackshear, Macon, 
G. 8. 

Grand Chapter — L. J. Glenn, At- 
lanta, G. H. P.; J. E. Blackshear, 
Maoon, G. S. 

Grand Council — R. M. Smith, Ath- 
ens, G. I. T. M. ; C. R. Armstrong, 
Eastman, G. S. 

Grand Commandhrt— Thomas Har- 
deman, Jr., Maoon, G. C. ; C. R. Arm- 
strong, Eastman, G. S. 

MASTER MASONS. 

Masonic Hall, Marietta, south^asU^ 
corner Broad. 

ATLANTA LODGE, No. 59— Meets 
second and fourth Thursday each 
month. W. F. Parkhurst, W. M. ; 
, Sec. 

GEORGIA LODGE, No. 96— Meets 
first and third Tuesday each month. 
W. D. Luckie, W. M. ; L. C. Jones, 
Sec. 

FULTON LODGE, No. 216— Meets 
first and third Thursday each month. 
W. L. Hubbard, W. M.; Augustus 
Flesh, Sec. 

ROTAL ARCH. 

MOUNT ZION CHAPTER, No. 16 
— Meets second and fourth Monday 



each month. W. 
Otto Spahr, Sec. 

R. AND S. M. 

JASON BURR COUNCIL, No. 18— 
Meets third Monday eyening in March, 
June, September and December each 
year. B. F. Moore, T. L M. ; S. L. 
Solum onson, Reo. 

KNIOHTS templar. 

COUR-DE LEON COMMANDERY— 
Meets at Commandery Rooms, Pry or, 
southeast corner Decatur, second Tues- 
day each month. W. D. Luckie, E. C; 
L. C. Jones, R. 

800TTI8H RITE. 

A and A Scottish Rite, III. Thomas W. 
Chandler, 33°, deputy I.-. G. special 
deputy for Atlanta. • 

ATLANTA COUNCIL KNIGHTS OF 
KADOSH 30*>— V,\ Sir Thomas Chan- 
dler SS^t commander ; E.'. Sir Calvin 
Fay 82°, first lieutenant commander ; 
E.', Sir George T. Anderson 82°, sec- 
ond lieutenant commander. 

WHITE EAGLE CHAPTER No, 1 
ROSE CROIX 18°— III CaWin Fay 32°, 
M,\ W.'. Master; 111 Thomas W, Chan- 
dler 33°, Sec. 

HERMES LODGE OF PERFECTION 
No. 3, G.-. E.-.P.-. AND S.*. MASONS 
14°— 111 Thomas W. Chandler 33°, T.-. 
P.*. G.*. Master; S. L, Solomonson, 
14°, Secretary. 




Indepen^nt Order of Odd 
Fellows. 

Odd Fellows' Hall, Whitehall, south 
east corner Alabama. 

GRAND LODGE— C. A. Robbe, Au- 
gusta, M. W. a M, ; W, S. Gramlinjt, 
Atlanta, R. W. D. G. M,; John G. 
Deits. Macon, R. W. G. Sec, ; Luther 
J. Glenn, Atlanta, and C, C. Kibbe. 
Hawkinsville, R. W. G. Reps, to 0. L. 
U.S. 

LODGES. 

CENTRAL LODGE No. 28— Meets 
erery Tuesday. G. H. Gramling, N. 
G. : William^Cole, Sec 

BARNES LODGE, No. 65— Meets 
CTery Friday. G. H. Merrifield, N. G. ; 
A. R. ETereit, Sec. 



CAPITAL LODGE, No. 60— Meets 
eyery Thursday. H. A. Agricola, N.G.; 
J. Q. G:oodwiD, Sec, 

SCHILLER LODGE, No. 70^ Meets 
erery Monday. F. Stiegliti, N. O.; 
H. Franklin, Sec. 

ENCAMPMENTS. 

EMPIRE ENCAMPMENT. No. 12— 
Meets second and fourth Wednesday 
each month. G. H. Merrifield, C. P.; 
G. R. McCowan, Scribe. 

DEORBK LODGES. 

MIRIAM REBECCA DEGREE 
LODGE, No. 7— Meets first and third 
Wednesday each month. W. J. Kilby, 
N. G.; G. R. McCowan, sec. 

RELIEF. 

GENERAL RELIEF COMM ITTEE— 
G. H. Merrifield, 6 Marietta, chair- 
man and treasurer ; G. H. Gramling, 
A-L. Railway office, 56 East Wall, 
secretary ; H. A. Agricola, 67 Decatur, 
and F. Stiegliti, 121 Whitehall.! 



I. 0. B. B. 

GATE CITY LODGE, No. 144 — 
MeeU Odd FeUows' HaU, Whitehall, 
southeast comer Alabama, second and 
fourth Sunday each month. J. filrgh, 
president; M. Saloshin, Tien-president; 
I. G. Haas, secretary ; A. Shalhafer, 
treasurer ; L. Lieberman, monitor ; D. 
Rich, assistant monitor ; G. Saloshin, 
guardian ; J. Morris, warden. 



I. 0. B. M. . 

CHEIU)KE£ TRIBE, No. 1— Meets 
24 South Broad every Friday. O. A. 
Deihl. sachem ; £. A. Baldwin, aeniar 
sagimore ; W. D. Boasey, junior sagl- 
more ; Thomas Keltner, chief of fee- 
ords; W. H. Uenlngton, keeper 
wampum. 

MODOC TRIBE, No. 8 — Meets 
Marietta, southwest eomer Foifiidfj, 
CTery Monday. D. MeDiU&e, eaehem ; 
M. T. Simmons, senior sagiiiu^ire; 
Themas Reid, junior tafeimore; Oettm 
Jones, chief of records; B. C. J. 
Medlin, keeper waapum. 



Knights of Honor. 

GATE CITY LODGE, No. — MeeU 
in Good Templar's H>ll, ftrst and third 
Friday each month. — Redding, Die- 
Utor; A. OOsbom, F. R, 

GEORGIA LODGE, No.— Meets in 
Good Templar's HaIl,second and fbun h 
Friday eadi month. 8. D. MeGonnell, 
Dictuor; — Mitefaell, F. B. 

[If officers or memWrn of societies 
are not sufficiently interested to see 
that the correct reporte are ^ven, 
they can attach no bUme to oa.] 



Tempertnci'. 

rsMPLAis or HoaoB. 
FULTON TEMPLE OP HONOR— 
Meets in Good Tenphv'i HeH, llirl- 
etts, northw^l ooroer ^roed, every 
Saturday. Tl F. Wynne. W. C. T. ; 
J. O. !*erkinB, W. E. , 

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ATLANTA LOUQE, No. 1-^iifi 
sameaeaboTe, eTei7 Heiidi^. <kJ, 
OUrer, W. C T. ; If iM Jeattie NeMe, 
W R 8 

Sf^ENOER LODOB, No. %--l|^ 
corner Peeator tmd Pratt, erety Mijli*^ 
day. J. W.lVlor» ^' C. T.;4.'|l. 
Hudei^W.B. 8. 

GBOBGIA L0ne8»Ne.ll 
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dnjr. Jmm9 Ihoi^, W, a till 
MaamiBf, W. B,. 8. 

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XT. & LOCAL OFFICERS, 
ETC. 

COMMISSIONERS— La w8on Black 
61 East Alabama; A. E. Buck and W. B. 
Smith, 20 Decatur 

COURTS-( North em District of Geor- 
gia.) U. S. District and Circuit Court, 
20 Decatur, comer Prjor. Hon. Wil- 
liam B. Woods, judge Fifth Judicial 
Circnit ; residence Mobile, Ala. Hon. 
John Erskine, district judge ; resi- 
dence Atlanta. Henry P. Farrow, dis- 
trict attorney, Oeorge S. Thomas, as- 
sistant district attorney: Court House. 
William H. Smythe, marshal ; Court 
House. David A. Spencer, Frank Rei- 
man, Charles B. Blacker, Robert E. 
Boyd, Joel M. Starns, deputies; A. E. 
Buck, clerk; Court House. Frank A. 
Ham, deputy. Charles P. Freeman, 
deputy marshal. Savannah ; William 
Goodwin, deputy marshal, Cartersville; 
James A. Findley, deputy marshal, 
Gainesville. 

HEADQUARTERS DEPARTxMENT 
OF THE SOUTH—Offloe, 30 East Wall. 

DEPARTMENT 0FFIGSR8. 

Thomas H. Ruger, Brigadier Gen- 
eral commanding: Chauney McKeever, 
Lieutenant Colonel and assistant adju. 
tant general; William B. Wheeler, 
Lieutenant and aide-de-camp. Surgeon 
John F. Head, Medical Director; Dan- 
iel McClure, Colonel and Chief Pay- 
master; William B. Rochester, Major 
and Paymaster ; John G. Chandler, 
Major and Chief Quartermaster; Wil. 
Ham H. Bell, Major and Chief Com- 
missary of Subsistence; Ely McClellan, 
Major and Attending Surgeon ; John 
R. MoGinniss, Captain and Chief of 
Ordnance. 

FIELD AND STAFF. 

Headquarters McPherson Barracks. 
This property of the government, con- 
taining 68 84-100 acres of ground, is 
located in the southwestern portion of 
the city; built in 1857, and can com- 
fortably quarter a full regiment of ten 
companies. The present command 
consists of field and stafif officers, reg- 
imental band and companies A, B, C, 
D, G and H, 2d Infantry, aggregating 
(308) three hundred and eight officers 
and enlisted men. 

Brevet Migor General Frank Whea- 
ton, colonel 2d Infantry, post com- 



mandant ; Lieut. Col. H. C. Merv|n, 
Msj. D. P. Hancock, Maj. James Bel- 
ger, Q. M.; Maj. J. H. Bill, surgeon; 
F. W. Elbry, assistant surgeon ; Cklap- 
lain Van Wych, post chaplain ; Lieu- 
tenants C. A. Dempsey, Thomas Drury, 
Charles Harkness and James Miller, 
adjutants ; Lieut. S. E. Clark, R. Q. M. 
2d Inf., A. A. Q. M: in charge of Na- 
tional Cemeteries at Marietta and An- 
dersonville. William Mills, captain 
commanding company A; Abner 
Haines, lieutenant commanding com- 
pany B ; Henry Catly, lieutenant com- 
manding company C ; William Falch, 
captain commanding company D; H. 
C. Cook, captain commanding company 
E ; Charles Keller, captain command- 
ing company G ; A. S. Doggett, cap- 
tain commanding company H. Lieu- 
tenants L, S. Ames, F. 0. Briggs, John 
Rinzie, W. J. Turner, James Ulio, J. 
K. Warring and E. K. Webster. 

INTERNAL REVENUE — (Second 
District of Georgia.) Andrew Clark, 
collector. Office 41 South Broad. A. 
B. Clark and S. M. Nealon, deputies. 

REGISTER IN BANKRUPTCY— 
Lawson Blitck, 61 East Alabama. 



WEST END. • 

John N. Dunn, mayor; Lewis Cook, 
clerk and marshal; A. B. Culberson, 
city attorney ; W. H. Glossup, A. J. 
Lasseter, Paul Romare and F. S. Stew- 
rt, councilmen. 



COUNTY OF FULTON. 

Atlanta county seat. Offices located 
in City Hall Building or Couri House, 
east side Washington between Hunter 
and Mitchell. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

COUNTY CORONER— WilUam Kile, 
West Peters corner Barracks Avenue. 

COUNTY SCHOOL COMMISSIQN- 
ER— Jethro W. Manning, City Hall. 

COUNTY SURVEYOR— B. F. Walk- 
er, City Hall. 

COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR— Sam- 
uel Hoyle, 9 West Alabama. 

SHERIFF— Angus M. Perkerson. 
Office City Hall. Elected January, 



Atlanta City 



1877, fbr 2 years. Salary.fftef. Bob4 
$100,000. G. Whit Anderson, GiMiMi 
G. Green and Cbariet W. WeUe, 49fm' 
ties, appointed by sberiff. 

StATE AND OOUNTr TAX RB- 
CEIVER— WiUiam Essaid, dtj Hall. 

COUNTY PRISON. 

COUNTY J AILr~88 Fnser. 0:Whi| 
Anderson, jailor; Jftmee M. Wmgutf 
John B. Wise, tarnkeyt. 

couExa 

COURT OF ORDINARY— City Hall. 
ExelusiTe jorisdietioB of probate aad 
county matters. Terms, lint Hoadi^ 
and Tuesday each month. Duilel 
Pittman, ordinary. Elected Jaoiittrj, 
1877, for 4 years. 

SUPERIOR COURT—AUanU Cir- 
cuit, Fulton county. Terms, ilntMmip 
day after fourth Monday in llardi«Bd 
September. Hon. Cincianatiis Pee|^, 
judge, (appointed January, 1877, Ibr 
8 yean.) James D. CoUint, cleric; 
6. H. Culbenon and W. H. VenaUe, 
deputies ; B. H. Hill, Jr., solieiftor 
genenl. 



STATE OF GEORGIA. 

, Capitol or State 'House, MarietU, 
southwest comer Fonyth. 

CHIEF EXECUTITE. 

GOVERNOR— Hon. Alfred H.Col- 
quitt. Elected January, 1877, for four 
yean. Salary, $4,000. Isaac W. 
Avery, private secretary; J. W. War- 
ren, secretary; Howell C. Jaekfon, 
Furant secreUry. Salaries $1,800. 
J. B. Baird. W. H. Qrigsby, J. R. Saeed 
and S. C. Williams, clerks. Salariet 
$1,600. 

ATTORNEY GENERAL-^Robert H: 
Ely. SalaYy $2,000. 

SECRETARY OF STATE— Nathan 
C. Bamett. Elected Jaauary, 1877, 
for four yean. Salary $2,000. Bond 
$10,000. J. F. Jones, clerk. Salary 
$1,600. 

DEPARTMENT OFFICERS. 

COMPTROLLER GENERAL^W. L. 
Goldsmith. Elected Jannai^, 1877, 
for four yean. J. W. Goldsmith and 



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iorneT general : Henry Jac^ecn/ re- 
porter; H. G. McLin. eheriff First 
term commences third Monday in 
January ; second term begins second 
Monday in August. 

Superior Courts. 

ALbAHT CIBCUIT. 

G. J. Wright, judge ; W. 0. Flem- 
ing, solicitor general. 

^ajter— First Monday i^ May and 
NoTember. 

C'a/Aoun— Second Monday in March 
and September. 

Decatur — Second and third Monday 
in May and November. 

Dougherit/—¥\ni, second and third 
Monday in April and October. 

JliteA*//— Fourth Monday in May 
and NoTember. 

Worth— Vourih. Monday in April 
and *NoTember. 

▲.TLANTA CIRCUIT. 

Cinoinnatus Peeples, judge ; B. H. 
Hill, Jr., solicitor General. 

/>«JSra/6— Third Monday in March 
and September. 

Clayton — First Monday Id March 
and September. 

Fulton — First Monday after fourth 
Monday in March and September. 

AUGUSTA CIBCUIT. ^ 

William Gibson, judge; Salem Dutch- 
er, solicitor general. 

Burke — Third Monday in May and 
? amber. 

Columbia — Fourth Monday in March 
and September. 

ifci>u^e~Third Monday in March 
a^d September. 

JKicAwonrf— Third Monday in April 
and October. \ 

X BLUE BIOGB CIRCUIT. 

^ George N. Lester, judge ; Thoma? 
F. Greer, solicitor general. 
* Cherokee — Fourth Monday in Feb- 
ruary and second Monday in August. 

Cobh — Second Monday in March 
and November. 3 

2>atr«on —Third Monday in April 
and second Monday in September. 

Fan$im — Third Monday in May and 
October. 

Forsyth — Third Monday in Februa- 
ry and fourth Monday in August. 

Oilmer — Second Monday in May and 
October. 



Lumpkin — Second Monday in April 
and first Monday in September. 

Milton — Fourth Monday in March 
and third M onday in August. 

Pickens — Fourth Monday in April 
and September. 

Toums — First Monday after fourth 
Monday in May and October. 

^nton— Fourth Monday in May and 
October. 

BBUIISWICK CIBCUIT. 

John L. Harris, judge; 8. W Hitch, 
solicitor general. 

Appling — Third Monday in March 
and September. 

Camden — First Tuesday after fourth 
Monday in April and October. 

Charlton— ¥\ni Monday after Cam- 
den court. 

C7tncA— Second Tuesday In April 
and October. 

Cb/ee— First Tuesday in April and 
October. 

^Ao2«— Second Tuesday in June 
and ])ecember. 

^^ynn— First Tuesday after fourth 
Monday in May and NoTember. 

Pierce— Y'vni Monday in March and 
September. 

Ware — Fourth Monday in March 
and September. 

Wayne — Second Monday in March 
and September. . 

CHATTAHOOCHEB CIRCUIT. 

M. J. Crawford, judge ; H. Bussey, 
solicitor general. 

Chattahoochee— YoviTilk Monday in 
March and September. 

Harrit — Second Monday in April 
and October. 

ifarton— Third Monday in April 
and October. 

Muscogee — Second Monday in May 
and November. . 

Stewart— Fourth Monday in April 
and October. 

Talbot — Second Monday in March 
and September. * 

Tay/or— First Monday*in April and 
October. 

CHEROKEI CIBOUm 

C. D. McCutchen, judge; A. T. 
Haclcett, solicitor general. 

^ar^otr— Second Monday in Janua- 
ry and July. '' 

Catoosa — Second Monday in Februa- 
ry and August. 

' i>ad«— Third Monday in March and 
September. 



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Gorrft>n— Firtt Monday in March 
and September. 

Jfurray—Third Monday in Februa- 
ry and August. 

Whitfield— First Monday in April 
and October. 



COWBTA CIRCUIT. 

Hugh Buchanan, judge ; S. W. Har^ 
ris, solicitor general. 

Campbell— Fint Monday in Februa- 
ry and August. 

CarroU-^Firsi Monday in April and 
October. ' 

Coweta— Fint Monday in March 
and September. 

Douglass— Fourth Monday in Janu- 
ary and July. 

Fayette— First Monday in May and 
November. 

. ^«arrf— Third Monday in March 
and September. 

Meriwether— Third Monday in Feb- 
ruary and August. 

7V<mp— Third Monday in May and 
November. 

KASTEBM CIBCUIT. 

Henry B. Thompson, judge ; Alfred 
B. Smith, solicitor general. 

^ryan— Thursday after first Mon* 
; day in April and October. 

Bulloch— ThursdAj befdre fi rst Mon- 
, day in April and November. 

Chatham — Second Monday in Febru- 
ary, May and October. 

Effingham — First Monday in April 
and October. 

Liberty— Tutsdvf after second Mon- 
day in May and Octdber. 
^ Mcintosh — Tuesaay after last Mon- 
day in April and October. 

FLINT CIBCUIT. 

'John L Hall, judge; F. D. Dis- 
muke, solicitor general. 

^irfto— Second Monday in March 
and September. 

^enry— Tnird Monday in April and 
October. 

Monroe — Fourth Monday in Februa- 
ry and August. 

/^«— Sesond Monday in April and 
Octobei%. 

Rockdale— First Monday after fourth 
Monday in March and September. 

Spatditig— First Monday in Febroa- 
ryand August. 

Q>fon— First Monday in May and 
November. 

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MAOOir OIRCDIT. 

Barnard Hill, judge ; C. L. BarUett, 
solicitor general. 

Bibb—FoxaiAi Monday in April and 
October. " «- 

(7rat&/ord->Foarth Monday in March 
and September. 

J7otM(on— Fo.arth Monday in May 
and November. 

MIDDLB CIRCUIT. 

Herschel V. Johnson, judge ; James 
R. Hines, solicitor general. 

Emanuel— Third Monday in April 
and October. 

Jefferson — Second Monday in Hay 
and November. — - 

JbAnMfi—Fonrth Monday in Miureh 
and September. 

5cr«>en— First Monday in May and 
November. 

ro^tea^j— Second Monday in April 
and October. 

TFoiAinyton— First Monday in March 
and September. 

NOBTHSBH CIBCUIT. 

E. H. Pottle, judge ; Seaborn Reese, 
solicitor general 

^^ert--Second Monday in March 
and September. 

(?/cwcocA— Third Monday in Febra. 
ary and August. 

Hancock — Second Monday in April 
and October. 

i7ar<— Third Monday in March and 
September. 

/.inco/n—Fourth Monday in Aoril 
and October. ^ ^ 

Madison— First Monday in March 
and September. 

Oglethorpe— Third Monday itf April 
and October. 

rattti/erro— Fourth Monday in Feb- 
ruary and August 

TFarren— First Monday in April and 
October. 

WUkes— First Monday in May and 
November. 

OCMULGl^ CIRCUIT. 

^George T. Bartlett, judge ; Joseph 
Preston, soUeitor general. 

Baldwin— Third Monday in Febra- 
ary and August. 

^resiM— Second Monday in Manh 
and September. 

Jasper— Fourih Monday in April 
and October. ^ 

Jones— Third Monday in AprU aDd 
October. « 



50 



Atlahta €iTy Pibbctoby. 



Jfor^on— Rwt Mond»x in M»rob 

and 8^i«nbw. . ,, v 

rutnam ThiH Hondaj in Maron 

mnd September. „,..., 
|pi2ifcm«m — First Monday in Apru 

and Ooiober. 

ooomi cincniT. 

A. C. Pate, jndge ; Tliomts Eason, 

solicitor general. , , „ . 

Dod^e— First Monday in May and 

I^OTomber. , . w u 

JToot^— Second Monday m March 

and September. 

/nw»— Friday after fourtb Monday 
itt March and September. 

Xoiirciw— Second Monday in April 

and October. » ^ _., 

ifon^oiiMry— Wednesday after fourth 

Monday in April and October. 

/\iZa«Jkt— Second Monday in May 

and NoTomber. , . , „ 

T«(/«ir-'Tue8day after third Mon- 
day In April and October. 

2V>^^«— First Monday ih March and 

September. 

Tfflcox— Fourth Monday m March 

and September. 

PATAULA CIBOUIT. 

William D. Kiddoo, judge; J. T. 
Flewellen, solicitor general. 

day— Fourth Monday in March and 
September. 

JEarltf—Fini Monday in April and 

October. 

Miller — Third Monday in April and 

October. 

Quitnum— Third. Monday in May and 

NoTcmber. 

Emdolph—F'iTBi Monday in May 
and KoTcmber. 

j^eU—Vovivth Monday in May 
and Noyember. 

BOMB OIBCUIT. 

J. W. H. Underwood, judge ; C. T. 
Clements, solicitor general. 

Chattooga — First Monday in March 
and September. 

jPioy</— First Monday in January 
and July. 

PaaUding-'Tlni Monday in Februa. 
ry and August. 

Folk — Second Monday in February 
and August. 

HaraUon — Fourth Monday in March 
and September. 

Walk§r—lMt Monday in February 
and August. , 



SOUTHBBJI oiBOurr. 

Augustus H. Hansell, judge ; E. 6. 
Mit^ell, solicitor general. 

Berrien— Third Monday in Maroh 
and September. 

^roofc«— First Monday in May and 

KoTomber. 

CbZgutt<— Wednesday after fourth 
Monday in March and September. 

/.oiwMfe*— Third Monday in May 
and NoTomber. 

rAo*»a«— Third week in April and 
October. • 

SOUTHWBSTBBN CIBCUIT. 

James M. Clark, judge; C. B. Hud- 
son, solicitor general. 

Z«^— Fourth Monday in March and 
second Monday in NoTomber. 

ifa4:on— First Monday in Deceniber 
and third Monday in May. 

fiWWey— Fourth Monday in April 

and October. 

5um<«r— Second Monday in April 

and October. 

Tre6«<«r— 'Second Monday in March 

and September. 

WBSTKBM CIBCUIT. 

George D. Rice, judge; A. L. 
Mitohell, solicitor general. 
J5an*#— First Monday in April and 

October. 

OarJfe* -First Monday in February 
and second Monday in August. 

Ocon<«— FouVth Monday in January 

and July, 

JfVanWm— Second Monday in April 

and October. ) ^ 

Cirmaett— First Monday in March 

and second Monday in September. 

ffaberahatn— Third Monday in April* 
and October. 

ffall—Tlhird Monday in March and * 

SeptemberN 

Jacifc«on— Fourth Monday in Febru- 
ary and i.ugust. 

i2a6un— Fourth Monday in April 

and October. 

TTaZion— Third Monday in February 

and August. 

WhiU—¥\rst Monday after fourth 
Monday in April and October. 



MISCELLANEOTJS. 

GBOEQU STATE AGRICULTURAL 
SOCIETY— Office Stete House. Fair 
Grounds, Oglethorpe Park. Support- 
ed by appropriations and income of 



Atlanta City Directory. 



51 



Slate fairs; 120 subordinate eonnty 
societies. Officers elected by the So- 
ciety. Thomas Hardeman, Jr., of 
Macon, president ; Maleolm Johnson, 
J,^ -AtlanU, secretary. Salary $1,200; 
T.G. Holt, of Maoon, treasurer. Salarv, 
commission 2J per cent, on receipts. 
Bond, $10,000. ^ 



LEGISLATIVE. 
The General Assembly, 

With p. 0. iddress tf Etch Henher. 



SEMaTJB. 

Fir$t Diftrici—R. B. Lester, Savan- 
nah. 

Second Dutriet—Z, H. Clifton, Reeds- 

yille. 

Third DietHet—D. G. Hopps, Sere, 
▼en. No. 7. wiiu«r, jaaysnije. 

f^owrth Di$triet—J. M. Maddox. Tra" , ^^Wot^h JDieiriei—Q. W. Bryant, 
trs Hill. McDonouffh. 



dor's Hill. 

Fifth Dietrict—Q, W. Newborn, Ho- 
merrille. * 

Sixth Dietrict—J.W. Slaton, Slatons- 
▼ille. 

Seventh Dietrict — James McDonald. 
McDonald. 

Bighth District— I. A. Bush, Colquitt. 
A^tnth District— T. J. Perry, ArUnir- 
ten. ■* 

Tenth District— O. Wessolosky. Al- 
bany. * 

Eleventh District— Vf. A. Graham. 
Fort Gaines. 

Tivel/th Distnct—WmiMn Harrison, 
Georgetown. 

Thirteenth District— l^, M. Felton. 
MarshalWille. 

Fourteenth District— T),Yf. Reid, Ab. 
b^ville. 

Fifteenth District— T, D. Wilcox, Ir- 
winrille. 

Sixteenth District — Neil McLeod. 
Swainsboro. 

Seventeenth District— Q. R. Black 
Sylrania. ' 

EighUenth District— J. T. Shumake 
Augusta. 

Mieteenth District— C. 8. DuBose, 
Warrenten. 

^.^«^^, ^i»frictr-F. C. Furman, 
Milledge^ille. 

JSventy first Distriet^mniAm 0. Dan- 
lel, Bnllard. 

Tfoentyseeond DistHet—T. B. Caban- 
is, Forsyth. 



Tieent^-third District— Wi\\i»m Ruth- 
erford, KnoxTiUe. 

J\teHtjf fourth District— D, C. Cody. 
Cottage Mills. ■ 

Ticemtsf'fifth bistrkt-W. I. Hudson. 
H«milten. 

Twenty-sixth District— T. M. Hark- 
ness. Jackson. 

Twenty seventh District— H, D. Mo- 
Daniel, Monroe. 

Twenty-eighth District-J. E. God- 
frey, Madison. 

Twenty-ninth District— W. M. Reete. 
Washington. 

Thirtteth District-R: H. BuHoch 
DanielsTille. ' 

Thirty-first District -3. W. Freeman 
Toccoa aty. 

Thirty-second District— B,. R. Asbnry. 
Clereland. 

Thirty-third District— Q, E. Dead 
wilder, Maysrille. 



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McDonough. 

Thirty-fifth DiHrict-TH P. HoweU, 
Atlante. 

Thirty-sixth District— V. H.Brewster, 
Newnan. 

Thirty.seventh District— J, T. Slaugh- 
ter, Villa Rica, r^ 

Thirty-eighth District— W. A. Racs- 
dale, DalUs. ^ 

Thirty ninth District— E, C. McAfee. 
Cumming. 

Fortieth District — J. 8. English. 
BUirstille. * ' 

Forty-first District-J. P. Chaetain, 
Elbjay. . 

Forty^second District— J. R. Gamble. 
Summerrille. 

Forty-third District-tL. E. Wilson. 
Spring Place. 

Forty-fourth District— J, W. Careten . * 
Rising Fawn. 

HOUSX. 

List here giren by counties, alpha- 
betically. 

Appling— J J. Roberts, HoImesTllle. 
Baker— A, L. HawM, Newten. 

.^aMertn— J. A.Green, HilledgeTille. 
Banks— J, J. TnmbuU, Homer. 
Bartow-D. V. Stokely, AltooM: 
Thomas Tumlin, Euliarlee. 
Berrien— J. H. £irby, Nashrille. 

L. N. Whittle, Macon. 
Brooks— U. G. Turner, Quitaaa. 
^ryan-D. F. Cox, No. 2. A. and G. 




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Atlanta City DiBEcnroBY. 



BuUoch—R^ W. DeLo»oh,8Uteeboro. 

JBur**^. A. Corktr. Wyne^ro ; 
B. A. Perkens, LawtonTlUe; W. if. 
Walton, Orteu't Cut. * 

BuUtS. F. Smith, Jaokion. • 

(}mo«*-0. H. Paul, Morgm. 

^Sn-0. A. Mi^oite, St. Marys. 

Oan^b€ll-J. M. WllBOii, Cwnpben- 

^(hrroU-U. laiogan, E. PhlUlpi, Car- 

Ortoiw-J. W. Owenby. Bjnggold. 
(Jharlum-F. Lang, Trader's HiU. 
(3jk^rtAa«— A. P. Adams, W. W. 
Paina, P. M. BnsBell, Savannah. 
OftottoAoocAee— A. Wolbrldge, Cue- 

OhaUoogor-Yf, H. Penn, Summer- 

Cheroke&-yf' B. Puokett, Canton. 
Oarke—H, H. Carlton. Athens. 
CZay-'B. E. Kennon, Fort Gaines. 
ClMftonr-A. B. Cloud, Jonesboro. 
CWacA-L. Strickland, Homerri le. 
Cb66-W. P. Hardin, W. PhUlips, 

Marietta. ^ , 

Coffee— 3. Pearson, Douglas. 

Cbto«6ui— J. P. WilUams, AppUng. 

ChUiuiU—^vnBB Vick, Moultrie. 

Cowela-Vi. W. North, Sharpeburg ; 
W. Thomas, Newnan. 

Oav/oni-S. H. Causey, KnoxTille. 

Dade—i. A. Case, Trenton. 

DaiMOii— Joseph McAfee, Dawson- 

D«coft«r— Hiram Brockett, W. W. 

Harrell, Balnbridge. , , ^ . 

DtiTaiA—M. B. Bagsdale, Decatur. 

Dodgers. Bawlins. Eastman. 

Dooly—l^ B. Mobly, Vienna; 

BonU (colored), Albany. 
^•vA«r<y-.A. M. H. Wolihln, Al- 

DougUu—C. B. Bowen, DouglasTille. 
Early— ^^ C. Sheffield, Blakely. 
EdioU-^, D. Smith, Slatonville. 
mngham—R, P. Brewer, Spring. 

field. 

Etbert-^, J. Buroh, Blberton. 
Emanudr-^^ W. McGar, Swains- 

i^bftfim— B. C. Duggar, Morganton. 
/Viy«tt«— W. S. Brown, FayetteyUle. 
Eloyi—J. B. Freeman, J. C. Beese, 

Borne. - 

IbriftA— Thomas Wilbngham, Cum- 

Bilng. ^ 

Jlfanklm--J. M. Mclntyre, Carnes- 

TiUe. 



FulUm^Q. T. Fry. Henry HiUytr„ 
J. H. Jamea, AtlanU. 

C;tlUr*-Joaeph Priokett, Kbjay. 

GfteMcocA— E. G. Scruggs, GiUon. 

fltiynn— James«lue (colored), Bruns- 
wick. 

(?ordon— M. J. Dudley, Sonora. 

(jfrem— W. H, Branch, V. D. Gres- 

ham, Greensboro. « r w * u 

GftDtntwO— W. J. Bone, W. L. Hutch- 
ins. Lawrenoerille. . ^ «*, 
ffaber»ham--J, H. Grant, Mount 

HM^A. D. Candler, GainesTille. 

/r<m«>cA-J. T. Jordan. Sparta; W. 
J. Northern, Mount Zion. 

JlaraUon-^A. B. Watson, Talapooea. 

^arrt»— G. A. B, Doiier. L. L.Stan- 
ford, Hamilton. . 

jlari—Z, B. Benson, Hartwell. 

Heetrd^U. T. Alman, Franklin. 

Henry— Q. M. Wise, McDonough. 

HouiUm-B. M. Davis, Ferry; L. 
L. Miller, Fort Valley ; J. F. Sykes„ 

Byron. ,^ . ,„ 

Jrtcin—J. B. Fletcher, ItwinviUe. 

Jacke<m-A. T. Bennett, G. B, Duke, 
Jefferson. 

Jaeper-J, C. Kay. Monticello. 

Jeferion—yf. A. Evans, J. C, Pol- 
hill, Louisville. 

JbAiuon— S. W. Fortner, WrighU- 

Jon**— N. 8. Glover, Clinton. 
Laurens^C. S. Guyton, Dublin. 
2^e Adams, (colored), Leeft- 

"26«r<y— William Baoon (colored),. 

Biceboro. ^ ^ 

Xmco/n-J. L. Wilkes, Goshen. 

ix)imd« — W. A, Carter, Valdo§t». 

Zufiyifew-W. P. Price, Dahlonega. 

McDuffie—J. S. Jones, Thomson. 

ifc/nto#A - W. H. Atwood. Darien 

Maeon—J, D. Frederick, MarshalJ- 
rille; W. H. WUlis, Oglethorpe. 

jrai.«o»» — S. W. Colbert, Daniels- 

ville. ^ _. . 

JTaWon— Howell HoUis, Buena Vista. 

Meriweiher—Z, P. Boper, Chalybeate 
Springs ; James Taylor, Luthersville. 

Miller— n. C. Sheffield, CJolquitt. 

Milton— J. W. Stewart, Alpharetta. 

Mitchell-^. W. Collins, Camill^ 

Monroe— T. 8. M. Bloodworth. High 
Falls ; J. Hogan, Forsyth. 

JToi^omer^-D, J. McBae, Mt. Ver- 

non. 
jroryon— S. Beld, Madison. 



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Atlanta City Dibecioby. 



6S 



Murray ^T. Leach, CohutU Springs. 

Jftise^^es— B. J. Moses, N. G. Oattis, 
Cplnmbus. 

Nevion—8. B. Anderson, J. P. 
•Bimms, Corinirton. 

, Oeofi^«—B.B. Murray. Watkinsville. 

OgUihoTf—K. p. Pope, Crawford: 
J. M. Smith, Winterville. 

PauUting^lf, J. Grar, Dallas. 

Piekem^h. J. Allred, Jasper. 

iWee— A. E. Cochran, Blaeksheai'. 

Pike^J. B. Mathews, BaraesvlUe. 

J\>ik-^8. Jonee, Bockmart. 

Pulatki-^Q, W. Jordan, Hawkins- 
wille. 

Putnam-^. A. Beid, E^ teuton. 

Quitmati^L^ P. Dosier, Hatcher's 
Station. 

Rabun— W, M. Pickett, Clayton. 
Randofph — Arthur Hood, Cuthbert. 
JHehmond^J, C. C. Black, W. E. 
Johnson, P. Walsh, Augusta. 

Rockdale— W.L. Peek, Conyers. 

SehUy—M. J. Wall, Elhtville. 

Screven—^. P. Wade, Moblev's 
Pond. 

Spalding— Z. D. Stewart, Griffin. 

Stevar^—E. T. Davis, C. C. Hamber, 
Lumpkin. 

Sumter— Vf. D. Davidson, Allen Fort, 
Americus. 

Talb6(—J. M. Mathews, Talbotton; 
J. C* Maund, Geneva. 

Taliaferro ^B. F. Moore, Crawferds- 
▼ille. 

rattnaU—J, B. Smith, BeiUsvim. 

ray^— Bennett Stewart, Butler. 

Tel/air— jQhn Wilcox, Temperance. 

TerreU—Q. T. Marshall. Dawson. 

Thomai^R. 8. Bureh, W. M. Ham- 
mond, Thomasville. 

Towne—J, T. Kimpsey. Hawassee. 
. Jhnq>—J. F. Awtrj, A. H. Cox, La- 
Qrange. 

Tmgge—J. T. Glover, Jeffersonville. 

fTiiion— T. J. Haralson, Blairsville. 

Upeon—.!. H. Brown, Thomaston. 

Walker— J. M. Shaw, Cedar Grove. 

Walton— Vf, B. Smith, Monroe. 

Ware—Vr. A. McDonald, Waresboro. 

Warren—^. H. Pilfer, Warrenton. 

Washington— Q^OTg^ Peacock, J. A. 
Bobeon, Sandersville. 

TTi^nc-James Knox, Waynesville. 

Webster— W, C. Kendrick, Preston. 

WMU—W, G. Goodman, aeveland. 

Whitfield— y<(, C. BichardsoB, Dalton. 

Wtkox-^Y. H. Colley. WashiDgton ; 
W. T. Faircloth, Abbeville. ' 



WUket—lf, B. CbUaway, Waahiag. 
ton. 

IBttMMm— N. a Hsfhea, Irvinton. 
W<»ra—3. M. Bonae, Warwick. 



UNITED STATES OF 
AMAUOA. 

CHIEF EXECUHYE — GABIHn. 

PanazDnHT—BuTHSSFOBD B.Hatbs, 
of Ohio. Term enda liaroh 4. 188L 
Salary $50,000. 

Vioi-PjansiDBHT — Weuejam A. 
Whuclib, of New York. Tarm aads 
March 4, 1881. Salury $10,000. 

SsouETABT OF STAnl— William M. 
Evarta; of New York. SiOary $10,- 
000. ^- 

Seoubtabtof Tsa Tbiasuet— John 
Sherman, of Ohia Satoty $10.00a 

SsGBSiABT OF Wab— Geoiga W. 
MoOreary. of Iowa. Salary $10,000. 

Sbobbtabt of thb Navt — B. W. 
Thompaon, of Indiana. Salary $10^. 

SbCBBTABT of thb iHTBBIOa— Otfl 

Schors. of Mkaonri Salary $1^000. 

PoflTMAnsB - Obmzbax. — Dai^ M. 
Key. of Tenaeaaee. Salary $|0SOOO. 

Attobhbt-Obkbbai. — OhaHa« 'Da- 
vena^ of Maaaaohvaetta. Salary $10.- 
000. 

COUBXS AND JUDGES. 



SnpraM CmH. 

OH|EF JuanoB. 

Morrison B. Waite, Toledo. O. 
Salary $10,50Q. 

ASaOdATB JU8TICB8. 

Nathan OUfibrd, Portland. Ma. 
Salary $10,000. 

Ward Hnnt, New • York. Salarr 
$10,000. • ' 

William Strong, Philadelphia. Pa. 
Salary $10,000. 

Joaeph P. Bn^ley. Newark. N. J. 
Salary $10,00a 

Noah H. Swayne, Colnmbna. O. 
Salary $10,000. 

Samnel F. MiUer, Keoknk. Iowa. 
Salary $10.00a 

Stephen J. Field. San Franeiaoo. 
OaL Salarr $10,000. 

Samvel F. PhlUipa, Solieitor-Gen- 
eral. Waahingloii. D. C. Sakry $T,- 
500.' 



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Atlanta City Dibbctokv. 



CIBCUIT /UDOSS. 

Fink Cironit, GMtge 7. Shapley, 
of PortUad, He.; aeeoiid, Alexan- 
dara Johnson, of New York; Third, 
Wm. HoKennftn, of Wftshington. 
li.; Fonrth, Hugh "L, Bond, of Bal- 
tfmore, Md.; Fifth, Wm. B. Woods, 
of Montgomery, AU. ; Si^th, Halmer 
H. Emmoni, of Detroit, Mioh. ; Say- 
en|li» Thomas Dmmmond, of Ohi- 
oitgo, Ul; Ei^dUh, John F. Dillon, 
of Dnbnqne. Iowa; Ninth, Lorenzo 
Sawyer, of San Franoisoo, OaL Sala- 
ries, $5,000 each. 

OouBT or CuLiMB — Gharles D. 
Drake, Chief Jastioe; Edward G. 
Loring,^£. Peek, 0. C. Nott, Wm. A 
Biohardson, Jodges; Archibald Hop- 
kins, Ohief eierk. The Gonrt holds 
its sessions in the Capitol, at Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

UOMMIBSIONXBS COOBT OF ClAHIS — 

John Codman, Boston; Thomas M. 
Stetson, New Bedford; Joseph B. F. 
Osgood, Salem; J. Henry Hill, Wor- 



sergeant-at-arms; W. H. Hagnire, 
postmaster; George S. Waffner. li- 
brarian ; Bey. Byron Sunderland, 
chaplain. 

OvnoKBS or the HousE^Samnel 
J. Randall, speaker; George M. Ad- 
ams, of Kentnoky, clerk; John G. 
Thompson, of Ohio, sergeant-«t- 
arms; John H. Patterson, doorkeeper; 
James Stewart, of Virginia, post- 
master; John D. Young, librarian; 
Bey. J. L. Townsend, chaplain.' 

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Forty-Fifth Congress. 

As far as choson to March 15, 1877. 
Figures after Senators' names show 
the date when term expires; after 
representatiyes', show the number of 
district. Senators' names in UeUie, 



UmTSD Statbs Mabshaij —Alexan- 
der Sharpe. 

DEPAETXENT AKO GENERAL 
OFFICERS. 

Tbkibubbi or thx Unitxd States 
— A n. Wyman. 

CoioaBBioNKB or iMTBBNAii B«yx* 
mm— Green B. Baum. ^ 

COKPTBOIXKB or THX CUBBXNCT-^ 

John J. Knox. 

CoMMisaioim or AoBicuiiTuui — 
Frederick Watts. 

ComosaoinBB or PmvsioKs — John 
A. Bentley. 

CoMMmsioNXB or Patkmts — B. H. 
DuelL 

CoMmssioMKB or Education— J. 
Eaton. 

CoMMOMioinEB or Lasd Omcs— 
James A. Williamson. 

CoMimsioMKB or Ixdian OmcB — 
John Q. Smith. f 

SursBnmvDKNT or Coast Sub- 
yxT^Carlisle P. Patterson. 

LiBBABIAlf or COMOBXSS — A B. 

Spofford. 

OFFICERS AND XEHBERS OF 
GON^ttESS. 

OmcxBs or thx Sxxatx— William 
A. Wheeler, president ; George C. 
Gorham, secretary; William J. Mc- 
Donald, chief clerk; John B. French, 



George K Spmeer 79 

John T. Morgan 83 

John T. Jones 1 

Hilary A Herbert 2 

Jere N. Williams. 3 

Charles IL SheUe^. 4 

Robert F. Ligon 5 

Goldsmith W. Hewitt 6 

W. H. Forney 7 

W. W. Garth 8 

ABXAaSAS. 

8. W.Dorsey 7j 

A. H. Garland 83 

Lucius C. (Huse I 

William F. Siemens. . .v 2 

N.B. Stuart 

Thomas A Gunter. * 

CAuroBmA. 

Aatvn A. Sargent TO 

Newlon Booth 81 

Horace Dayis 1 

H. Frank Page 2 

John K. Luttrell 3 

B. Pacheco • • \ * 

OOLOBADO. 

J. B. Chaffee 79 

Henry M. TeOtr 83 

James B. Bedford. 1 

comntcnouT. 

ir. K Barnwn 79 

Wm. W, Baton .81 

Geo. M. Landers ^ . . . . 1 

James Phelps 2 

John T. Wait 8 

Levi Warner ^ 



DEZiAWABI. 



Atlanta City DiRkoioRY. 



55 



JBK SauUbury yy 

Thomas F. Boffard 81 

James Williams ...!.. 1 

rLOBtDA. 

8. B. Conover 79 

Charles W. Jones ! ! ! ! 81 

William J. Purnam •••••• ^ 

H, Bisbee, Jr. ..,.../.. 2 

OEOBGIA. 

Johfi B, Gordon 79 

BenK HiU * gj 

Julian Hartridge i 

Wm. E. Smith... o 

PhiUpCook " I 

Henry R. Harris 4 

M.A.Candler 5 

James H. Blount e 

W. H.Felton * 7 

Alexander H. Stephens . . 8 

HiramP. Bell... '...*.*.*.*.*; 9 



Jas. L. Eyans n 

Andrew H. Hamilton ..'.".' * 12 

John H. Baker I3 

IDWA. 

WmamKAlHson. 79 

8, J. Xirkwood "ga 

J. C. Stone I 

Hiram Price 2 

Theo. W. Burdiok... 3 

N.CDeering 4 

BushouMrk,.. *..:.::;:; 6 

Esekiel S. RsmfHwa * 6 

H. J.^B. Cummings ]'/ 7 



W. T.Sfkpp. 
Addison Oliycr 



8 
9 



XAXSAS. 



ILLDrOIS. 

Bichard J, Ogleshy 79 

David Davis ga 

WiUiam Aldrich .*.*.*.*.'.*.'.'.'.*.* .1 

C Hi Harrison ...*.]..! 8 

Lorenxo Brentano * 3 

William Lathrop..'.*....*. 4 

Horatio C. Burehard W 6 

Thos. J. Henderson e 

Philip C. Hays \V.\'.\" 7 

Greenbury L. Fort % 

Thomas A. Boyd 9 

J. H. Hungate * * *io 

R. W. Knspp jj 

Wm. N. Spnnger ' \% 

Thomas F. Tipton. 13 

Joseph G. Cannon 'u 

John R. Eden.. *.'.*!l6 

P. IC Ashcraft. jg 

Wm. R. Morrison . 17 

William Hartsell '....[[..IS 

Wm, B. Anderson ! . . 19 



John J, JngaUs 79 

Preston B, Fhmb gS 

Wm. A.PhilUps 1 

Dudley C. HadieU. 2 

ThomasByiui 3 



KBRTUCJLI. 



IHDIANA. « 

CWusr P. Morton 79 

Joswh JS. McDonald * -81 

B.s:FuUer ' ** 1 

James B. Cobb 2 

Georffe A. BiokneU 3 

Leonidas Sexton 4 

Thomas If. Browne. ....'.'! '.,'//, $ 

M. S. Bobinson ,' g 

John Hanna 7 

lI<»ton C. Hunter. .....*.' s 

Miehael C. White 9 

H.Calkins/. * *10 



Thomas C McCrsery 79 

James B. Beek .*.*.*! i ." .'83 

A. R. Boone •••... ^ 

James MoKonae. .... 2 

J.U. OaldweU 3 

J, P.Knott 4 

AlbertaWillis 5 

John G. Carlisle " a 

Jt C. S. Blaokbnni 7 

Milton J. Durham 8 

Thomas Turner. ....'.* 9 

John B. Clarke .* *.*.*10 

LOmSlANA. 

Contested 79 

Contested &« 

B. L. Gibson :.*..*.; 1 

E. J. Ellis 2 

aHDanmU *..*.*.'..'! 3 

Contested '.'.'.'" 4 

J. E. Leonard r 

Chas. E.Nash '.'.'.'.'..'.'. 6 

MAHIB. 

^Hannibal Bamlin. gi 

James G. Btainie. * * "83 

ThomasB.Bo6d 1 

Wm. P. Frye 2 

Stephen D. Lindsey ....'.*** 3 

Lewellyn Powers * 4 

Eugene Hale« .* .* 5 

MABTIaA]!!). 

Oeorge B. Dennis 79 

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Daniel M, Henry J 

OhM. B. Roberts. 8 

WilUwn KimmeU v* f 

Thoe. Swann J • • « 

BUJ.Hinkle 6 

WilUem Walsh « 

_,, MAS8ACHVBXTT8. 

Henr^' L. Dawes 81 

George F. Hoar, 83 

Wm. W ^ Vpo 1 

Benj. T rria ,.... 2 

Walbriuge A Field 3 

Leopold Morse ^ 

N.P. Banks 6 

George B. Lorlng 6 

Benjamin F. BnUer — ..., • 

Wiluam Claflin 8 

William W. Rioe. ^ 

Amasa Koroross. 10 

George D. Robinson 11 



MICHIGAN. 

Jbaae P. Christianey 81 

Thomas W, fhrru 83 

Alpbens S. Williams 1 

Edwin WiUils. .... 2 

J. H. MoGowan 3 

E. W, Keightley ^ * 

John W. Stone ^ 

Mark 8. Brewer. 6 

Omer D. Conger 7 

C. C. Ellsworth • 8 

Jay A. Hubbell » 

amnoBsoTA. 

8. J. B. McMiOan, 81 

Wm. Wxndom 83 

Mark H. Dunnell 1 

H.B. Strait 2 

^ J. H* Stewart. 3 

MISSISSIPPI. 

B. K. Bruce,.. 81 

L, Q, C, Lamar 83 

H. L. Muldrow 1 

Van H. MaddiDg, 2 

Hernando B. Money 3 

Otto E, SiDgleton 4 

Charles E. Hooker 5 

James R. Chalmers 6 

MiaSOIJBI. 

lewis V. Bogy 79 

JFhtnk M, Crockett. ..*.,. 81 

Anthony Ittner. .^ 1 

Nathan Cole 2 

L. 8. Metcalfe 3 

Robert A. Hatcher 4 



Richard P. Bland 5' 

Charles H. Morgan 6 

T. T. Crittenden. 7 

B.J.FrankUn 8 

DaTidRea % » 

Henry M. Pollard 10 

John B. Clark, Jr H 

John M. G loTcr. 12 

AylettH. Bnckner J3 



NEBRASKA. 



Algernon 8. Paddock. 

Alvin Saunders 

Frank Welsh 



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.83 
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NEYADA 

John P' vones 

Wm, Sharon 

Thomas Wrenn 

HXW BAMPSHIBB. 



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Bainbridge Wadleigh . . ». 79 

K K BoUins. 81 

Frank Jones .1 

Briggs ; •• 2 

Henry MT Blair 3 

NSW JXB8ST. 

Theo. F. Bandolph .81 

j/, Jit JAcJifwreofi .....•• oo 

Clement H. Sinniokson 1 

J. Howard ^Jigh/ 2 

Miles Ross 3 

AlTsA Clark........ ,. * 

Angnstns W. Cntler 6 . 

Thomas B. Peddie 6 

Aog. A Hardenberg 7 

NEW TOBK. 

Boacoe Conklihg 79 

Francis Keman 81 

James W. Covert 1 

William D. Veeder , 2 

8. B. Chittenden .^ 3 

Archibald M. Bliss. 4 

Nicholas Mailer 5 

Samuel S. Cox 6 

Anthony Eiokhoff 7 

Anson G. McCook » 8 

Fernando Wood 9 

Abram S. Hewitt . . .• 10 

Benj. A Willis H 

C. N. Potter ...12 

H. Ketcham 13 

George M. Beebe 14 

Stephen L. Mayhem 15 

Terence C. Qainn 18 

M. L Townsend ....v. ..........17 

Andrew Williams 18 



Amasiah B. Jones. ^ 19 

John H. Starin 20 

Solomon Bnndy 21 

Oeorge A Bagley .22 

W.J.Bacon , 23 

Wm. H. Baker ...:a4 

Frank Hisoock , .25 

John H. Camp .26 

Elbridge G. Lapham 27 

Jere. W. Dwight 28 

J. N. Hoogerford 29 

K Kirk &H 30 

Charles E. Benedict 31 

D. N. Lockwood . 32 

G. W. Patterson 33 

NOBTH CABOIilNA. 

A. 8. Merrimon 79 

Matthew W. Bansom 83 

J.J. X eatcH 1 

Cnrtis H. Brogden 2 

Alfred M.Waddell 3 

J. J.BaTis' 4 

A. M. Scales 5 

Walter 8. Steele 6 

Wm. M. Bobbins 7 

Robert B. Vance 8 

OHIO. 

Stanley Matthews 79 

A. O. Thurman 81 

Milton Sayler 1 

Henry B. Banning 2 

Miles Gardner .-...•. 3 

John A MacMahon 4 

Americas V. Rice 5 

Jacob D. Cox 6 

Henry L. Dickey 7 

J. Warren Keifer , 8 

James 8. Jones 9 

Charles Foster 10 

Henry 8. Neal .11 

Thomas Ewing .12 

MiltonL Southard..; 13 

E. B. Finley : 14 

N. H. Van Voorhes 15 

Lorenzo Danford M6 

William McKinley 17 

James Monroe \ 18 

James A Garfield 19 

Amos Townsend .20 



Chapman Freeman 1 

Charles O'Neill l,]] % 

Samnel J. Randall. . . 3 

Wm. D. Kelley ; ! ! i ! i .* * * ' * 4 

Alfred D. Harmer. .'. .^ 5 

WUliam Ward 6 

Isaac N. Eyans 7 

Hiester Clymer g 

A Herr Smith "9 

B. A Bridges.. "10 

Francis D. Collins u 

H.B. Wright .*.' 12 

James B. Reilly 13 

John W. Killenger 14 

Edward Orerton 16 

John L Mitchell le 

J. N. -Campbell 17. 

Wiiliam S. Stenger 18 

Levi Maish 19 

LeTi A Mackey 90 

Jacob Tamey gi 

Rassell Errett ! . .* !22 

Thomas M. Bayne 23 

W. a ShallenAieiger 84 

Harry White 25 

J. M. Thompson 86 

L. H. Watson 87 

BHODB IBIiAND. 

Ambrose E. Bumside 81 

Henry B. Anthony 83 

Benj. T. Eames i 

Latimer W. Ballon. ...» 8 

SOUTH CkSJOtJUik, 

John J. Patterson 79 

M a Butter 83 

Joseph H; Rainey 1 

Richard H. Cain 8 

D. Wyatt Aiken.. 3 

J. K. Erins r. 4 

Robert Small 5 

TEMNSSSEE. 



OBEOON. 



JohnH MUcheU 79 

LttfayttteOrover....,, 83 

Richard Williams 1 



PENNSTIiYANIA. 



J. Bon Cameron 79 

Wm,A. WaUact. ...81 



James E Bailey $1 

Isham O. Harris 83 

James H. Randolph '1 

Jacob M Thornbarg 2- 

G. G. Dibrell ........... . 3 

A. Y, Riddle 4 

John M Bright 6 

John F. Hotise 6 

W. C. Whitthome 7 

J. D. C. Atkins 8 

Wm. P. Cladwell ^..... 9 

H. Casey Tonng 10 

TEXAS. 

a.B.Maxey.... ' .81 

BtehardOoke :.83 



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John H. BMgMi 1 

D. B. Oulberson 2 

J. W. Thjoekmorion 3 

Roger Q. Mills 4 

DftYid 0. Oiddings 5 

Gnstave Schleicher ^ 

TIBMONT. 

Justin 8. MorriU ,.. 79 

Gtorg6 F. Edmunds 81 

Charles H. Joyce. 1 

Dvdlej C . Denison 2 

George W. Hendee 3 

-vntoiNiA. 

John W. Johnston 77 

Robert R Withers 81 

Bererley B. Donglaas 1 

John Goode, Jr 2 

Gabert C. Walker 3 

Joseph Jorgensen ^ 

George C. Cabell 5 

J. Randolph Tucker 6 

John T. Harris 7 

Eppa Hnnton - 8 

.A.LPridmore 9 



WKST TISOINIA. 

Frank Hereford , 9i 

Henry Q, Davis .83 

Benjamin Wilson 1 

Benjamin F. Martin 2 

John £. Kenna 3 

• WISCONSIN. 

Timothy 0. Howe .19 

Angus Cameron , .81 

Charles G. Williams 1 

Lnoien B. Ca«well 2 

George C. Hazelton 3 

Wm. Pitt Lynde 4 

Edward 8. Bragg 5 

Gabriel Bonok « 6 

H. L. Hamphries 7 

Thad. C. Ponnd ., * 

TEHBITOIlIAIi DIIiEOATES. 

Abizona.— HiramS. Stevens 
Dakotah.— Jeflferson P. Kidder. 

Idaho. r» 

Montana.— Martin Maginnis. 
New Mixico.— Trinidad Romero. 
Utah.— George Q* Cannon. 
Washinoton.— Orange Jacobs. 
WYOMiyo.— William R. Steele. 



LIST OF MONEY ORDER OFFICES 



—IN — 



Sorth Carolina, South Carolina, and the Onlf Stat^. 

(AEiLA^NOED GEOGRAPHICALLY.) 
Those in Italiea are Fint'Clau Offices.' 



NORTH CAROLINA. 

OmOBS. COUNTIES. 

AshcTille Bnncombe 

BatUeborongh Edgecombe 

Beaufort Carteret 

Chapel Hill Orange 

Charlotte |iecklenbargh 

Clinton Sampson 

Colttmbos .Polk 

Company's Shops Almance 

Coneord Cabarms 

DaYidson College Mecklenbnrgh 

Durham Orange 

Edenton Chowan 

Elisabeth City Pasquotank 

Enfield Hallfcx 

Fayetterille Cumberland 

Franklin Maoon 

Franklinton Franklin 

Goldaborongh Wayne 



OFFICES. COUNTIES. 

GreensboroQgh Goilford 

Halifax HalifcE 

Henderson Gra&Tille 

Henderson ville HendenMn 

r&rtford. PjWfqnimons 

Hickory Catawba 

High Point Oniltord 

Hillsborough Onnge 

JoneaboroQgb Mdore 

KenansTiUe Duplin 

King's MonnUin .CleTeUnd 

Kinston....'. Lenoir 

Kitt rell GranvUle 

Lenoir Caldwell 

Lexington .\ DaTidson 

Ltnoolnton. Linooln 

Lonisburgh Franklin 

Lumberton Bobeeon 

Macon Depot « Warran 



omcEs. 



COUNTIES. 

Ma^olia Duplin 

Marion McDowell 

Mebanesville Alamance 

Miltott Gas wen 

Moiganton Burke 

Mount Airy Snny 

Murphey Cherokee 

New Berne Ciayen 

N«7*on Catawba 

Oxford GranTille 

Pittsboroagh Chatham 

Hymeuth :. Washington 

BaUigh.. : .Wfdra 

Rooky Mount. Edgecombe 

Rntherfordton Rutherford 

Salem Forsyth 

?»lif*ury .\Rowan 



OIWZCES. 



Statesville. Iredell 

Tarborough. : .Edgecombe 

ThomasTille DaTidson 

TrinitT CoUege Randolph 

Wadesborough Anson 

Warrenton Warreh 

Waehingron Beaufort 

WarnesTille. . . . Haywood 

Welden Halifax 

Williamston Martin 

Wilmington New HanoTcr 

2;^ Wilson 

Windsor... Bertie 

Winston Forsyth 

SOXTTH CAROLINA. 

Abberille C. H Abbeville 

fiken ..Aiken 

Anderson C. H Anderson 

Beaufort , Beaufort 

BranchrUle Orangebnrgh 

5f»i«" Keiahaw 

CkaHuUm Charleston 

S!»«»^ Ohesterield 

C^Mster C. H ChMtar 



GEORGIA. 

OOUNTZnS. 

flS^T. .....Dougherty 

AJl*Pfha ;...!.Berrfei 

Americus Susiter 

Athens Clarke 

AUmda Fulton 

Augusta Richmond 

gfw^ndge Deeatur 

Blaokshear. Pierce 

BliJ^ely Early 

Brunswick. GHnn 

Camilla Mitohetl 

CarroUton Carroll 

CartersviUe Bartow 

CaTcSpring Floyd 

Cedartown ^Vk 

Columbus .'.Mnaoogee 



S^!!5lv,: •• cieje^nd coidjigton.::.::::;:*;:;:;^ 



Cuthbert Randolph 

g»l*on ^itflfia 

g»^«on Terrell 

Eatout^n , Putnatfi 

|;on7jk. Monroe 

Fort Gaines ciaT 

OainesTiUe.... "Had 

i2^.v,;;- Sp^dtne 

Ui^ansTiiie Troup 

Jonesboro Cli^ylon 

Jl«*»g*on .Oglethorpe 

Maoon Bibb 

Ji^^a Moigan 

MaHetU Cobb 

MiUedgcTiUe Baldwin 

Monteftuma Mapon 

Newiiaa Co^etib. 

^«^ ^^ 

vittiiMan ... Btooka 

Binggold...: Catoosa. 

?•»• Floyd 

SandersTille Waahlnglon 

SavawMh Chatfeam 

Senoia Coweta. 

_ Social Circle ......Walton 

ook-bnr,. . ■■:::::.;;/. ■.-.Abb.ruu I SKSlUin.- : :.•;.•. ;;;.. • ?£S2 

Yaldoet* .LewadsO' 

Warrenton Warren 

Washington..: Wnkee- 

WestPoIttt Troup 

FLORIDA. 

Femandina NaaAu 

Ckinesrllle Alaobua^ 

JadkionvWiiS .Duva^ 

Orangebirgh C. H. .Or^^|^i;gt 1?^ 

Pendleton.. Anderson rfJre Oak Su 

Spartanbnrgh a H. . . .Spartanburgh 

Sunter C. H Sumter 

Dnion Union 

TorkTille , York 



Columbia Richland 

Darlington C. H Darlington 

g;« West AbbcTUle 

Edgefield C. H ..Edgefield 

9*o»g«*own Georgetown 

GreenTitte C. H GreenTiHe 

?»•« wood Abberille 

Lamreiis C. H Laurens 

Marion C. H Marion 

Newberry C. H Newberry 



Madison Madison 

Milton... SaaiftBsM^ 

Montloello Jsiteaon 

Ocala ..Marion. 



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OFFIOBS. V - '^ OOUNTISS. 

PaUtkft Potnam 

Fensaoola ,:...^.Etoambia 

Qaino7.« Gadsden 

Saint Augustine 8L Johns 

Sanford ,. . . . • Orange 

Tallakassee Leon 

Tampa Hillsborough 

ALABAMA. 

Andalusia. Covington 

Anniston Calhoun 

Athens .....* Limestone 

Auburn I^«« 

Birmingham .•. Jefferson 

Camden Wiloox 

Clayton. . . |. . Barbour 

Columbiana Shelby 

Cross Plains Calhoun 

Cullman Blount 

DadsTille Tallapoosa 

Deoatur Morgan 

Pemopolis Marengo 

Eufaula.. Barbour 

EuUw / . Greene 

Evergreen Conecuh 

Florence Lauderdale 

Gadsden Etowah 

Gainesville ...Sumter 

Greensborough Hale 

Greenville Butler 

Huntsville Madison 

Jacksonville Calhoun 

LaEayette. Chambers 

Livingston Sumter 

Loaomtpoka L^o 

Marion P«wy 

Mobile Mobile 

Montevallo ...- Shelby 

Montgomery '. Montgomery 

Opelika Lee 

Oxford Calhoun 

Scottsborough Jackson 

Selma Dallas 

Stevenson Jackson 

Talladega :\ Talladega 

Troy P.il^o 

Tuscaloosa Tusealoasa 

Tuscumbia « Colbert 

Tuskegee . . .• Macon 

Union Springs Bullock 

Wetumpka Elmore 



, MISSISSIPPI 

Aberdeen Monroe 

Baldwyn Lee 

Bay Sain^ Louis Hancock 

Bolton's Depot Hinds 

Booneville Prentiss 

Brandon Rankin 

Brookhaven Lincoln 

Canton . , Madison 



otncxs. . v^ . \ V oouNTHs. : , 

CarrOllton '«*»^*2f^ 

Coldwater .-^...Tate ' 

Columbus .Lowides r .^ 

Corinth Aloom ,.^ 

Crawfordsville Lowndes 

Crystal Springs . . .^^V^ Copiah 

Dunoansby V. f. Issaquena 

Edwards' Depot ......Hinds 

Fayette Jefferson 

Forest ..Scott 

Friar's Point . .'. Coahoma 

Greenville Washington 

Hazlehurst Copiah 

Hernando ♦•* DeSoto 

HoUy Springs Marshall 

Houston Chickasaw 

luka Tishomingo 

Jackson Hinds 

Kosciusko Att^ 

Lauderdale Station . Laud erdale 

Lexington Holmes 

Macon Noxuba 

Meridian Lauderdale 

Natchez Adams 

Newton Newton , 

Okalona Chickasaw 

Oxford ..LaFaystte 

Paulding Jasper 

Pontotoc Pontotoc 

Port Gibson Claiborne 

Raymond ...Hinds 

Ri«nzi Aloom 

Ripley..... Tippah 

Sardis Pwaola 

Senatobia /?**® 

Starkville Oktobbeba 

Summit ™« 

Terry Hinds 

Tupelo Lee 

Verona Lee 

Vicksburgh Warren 

Water Valley Yalabusha 

WestPoint Colfax 

Winona Montgomery 

Woodville Wilkinson 

Yazoo City Yazoo 

LOUISIANA. 

Aiexandrirf Rapides 

Amite City Tangipahoa 

Baton Rouge E. Baton Rouge 

Clinton .E. Feliciana 

Delhi Richland" 

Donaldson ville * Ascension 

Farmersville Union 

Hom er Claiborne 

lUewara • .. .Carroll 

Minden Webster 

Monroe Ouachita 

Morgan City.. St. Mary's 

Natchitoches Natchitoches 









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OFFICXS. : \ ^ . COUNTIES. 

few Iberia, .i^i.;^ .. V.i Iberia 
ew OrUans .Orleans 

Opelousas St Landry 

Plaquemine Iberville 

Saint Francisville West Feliciana 

Shrevq;>ori : Caddo 

Thibodeaux La Fourche 

Vermillion ville LaFayette 

Washington St Landry 

TEXAS. 

Austin Travis 

Blanco Blanco 

Bonham Fannin 

Braokettville Kinney 

Brenham.. Washington 

Brownsville Cameron 

Brvan ....Brazos 

Calvert Robertson 

Cameron Milam 

Centreville Leon 

Clarksville Red River 

Cleburne Johnson 

Columbus Colorado 

Corpus Christ! Neuoes 

Corsioana. Navarro 

Crockett ...••• Houston 

Cu^ro DeWitt 

Daingerfield .1 «... Titus 

IhUas Dallas 

Deoatur Wise 

Denison City Grayson 

Denton ..Denton 

Ennis Ellis 

Fort McKavett Menard 

Fort Worth Tarrant 

Frederioksburgh Gillespie 

Gainesville Cook 

GaivtsUm Galveston 

G«or^etown Williamson 

Giddings Lee 

Goliad Goliiid 



OFITCXS. 



OOUHTXaS. 



Gonzales Gonzales 

Granburr Hood 

Greenville. «„...*.... .Hiuit 

Henderson. . . Husk 

JBouston Harris 

Huntsville Walker 

Independence Washington 

Ii^dianola Calhoun 

Jacksborough Jack 

Jefferson IteioB 

Kaufman 1 Kauftnan 

-LaGrange Fayette 

Lawtence ; Kauftnan 

Lockhart Caldwell 

Longview ^1^*88 

McKinny 1 Collm 

Marlin : . Falls 

Marshall Harrison 

Mount Pleasant...... Titus 

Navasota Grimes 

New Braunfels Comal 

Palestine .Anderson 

Paris . . . J . . Lamar 

Pilot Point Denton 

Rook Port > . Aransas 

Salado BeU 

San Antonio ..Banur 

San Augustine San Augustine 

San Marcos Hays 

Seguin Guadalupe 

Sherman Grayson 

Sulphur Springs Hop(kinB 

Terrell ....Kaufman 

Tyler ...Smith 

Victoria : Victoria 

Waco McLennan 

Waxahaohie Ellis 

Weatherford Parker 

Weimar .Colorado 

Willis Monteomery 

Yorktown. .i>ewit 



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POPULATION 

—OF THl— 

FBINCIPAL CITIES OF THE UNITED STATES. 

-i^Stars indicate census of 1875 ; other cities census of 1870. 



•Albany. N. Y L . . 86,013 

Allegheny. Penn ! . . . 62, 180 

fAtlanta, Ga ^ 35,479 

Augnsta. Ga 15,389 

BaUimore, Md 267.354 

Bangor, Me 18,289 

'Boston, Mass . . . .• 341.919 

•Brooklyn, N. Y 484.616 

•BnHWo, N. Y 134,573 

•Cambridge, Mass ^ 47,838 

Charleston, S. C 48.956 

•Chicago, 111 407,667 

Cincinnati, 216,239 

•Cleveland, 136,827 

Columbus, O 31,274 

Concord, N. H 12,241 

Covington, Ky 24,505 

Davenport, Iowa 20.038 

Dayton, O ,.... 30,473 

Detroit, Mich. 79,577 

Dubuque, Iowa 18,434 

Evansville, Ind 21,830 

-Fall Biver, Mass 45,340 

Harrisburg, Penn 23, 104 

•Hartford, Conn 50,941 

^Hoboken, N. J 20,297 

Indianapolis, Ind 48.244 

Jersey City, N. J 82,546 

Kansas City, Mo 32,260 

Lancaster, Penn 20.233 

•Lawrence, Mass 34,916 

Leavenworth, Kan 17,873 

fLouisville, Ky 159,474 

•Lowell, Mass 49.688 

•Lynn, Mass 32,600 

Manchester, N. H 23,536 

tMemphis, Tenn 47,385 

•Milwaukee, Wis 100,775 

•Minneapolis, Minn 32,720 

Mobile, Ala 32,034 

Nashville, Tenn 25,865 

t census of 1877. • 



Newark, N. J 105,059 

•New Bedford. Mass 25,895 

New Haven, Conn 60,840 

New Orleans, La 191,418 

•New York, N. Y 1,046,037 

Norfolk, Va 19,229 

Omaha, Neb 16.083 

•Oswego, N. Y 22,455 

Patterson. N. J^ 33,579 

Peoria, 111 22,849 

Petersburg, Penn, 18,950 

Philadelphia, Penn 674.022 

Pittsburg, Penn 86,076 

•Portl8nd,Me 37,000 

•Providence, B. I 100,675 

Quincf. Ill 24 052 

Beading, Penn 33,930 

Bichmond, Va 51,038 

•Bochester, N. Y 81,673 

Sacramento. Cal 16,283 

•Salem, Mass '. 26,958 

•San Francisco, Cal .\ 250,000 

Savannah, Ga. 28,235 

Scranton, Penn 35,092 

•Somerville, Mass 21,868 

Springfield, 111 17,364 

Springfield, Mass 31,063 

St Joseph. Mo 19,565 

•St. Louis, 'Mo 400,000 

•St Paul, Minn ^ ..... . 33, 237 

•Syracuse, N. Y 48,315 

•Taunton, Mass 20,445 

Terre Haute, Ind 16,103 

Toledo, O 31,584 

Trenton, N. J ., 22,874 

•Troy,N. Y 48,821 

•Utica, N. r 32,070 

Washington, D. C 109,199 

Wheeling, Va 19.280 

Wilmin^n, Del 30,841 

•Worcester. Mass 49,317 



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OF ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES. ' 

GUM LABELS, LEGAL SEALS, and GUMMED PAPER. 

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Pasters for Eifle Practice, Shaving Papers, etc. 



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Phillips' and Stephens' Hook and Clasp Tags, "Excelsior," Eng- 
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«Bi«iin»A.».jm. naaurMiuir,«iM( 

THE J. M. BRAD8TREET St SON CO. 



proved 







PRINCIPAL OFFICE 279, 281 and 283 BROADWAY, W. Y. 



Brtoeh OffioN lo th« rrindptl Citlat of ilu UUtad StttM tadCuttda; in Losdoi^ 

Saglanl ; alae • ContlMBttl CpRwpoBdaaco. 



JAMES L 



^ONDA, Sup't, 



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B. Or. ^A-r.-K.pprq- 




10 £ 19 jr. Farayth St. (Ad^fotniti^ Cmtom Hinise), 

ATLANTA, - - - GEORGIA. 



•Travelers will always find at our House the best 
accommodations and liberal charges. 



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flmSACTTLATEpOirCEFTIOir 



East side Loyp, between Hunter and Mitchell. 



Academy Ccndocy by the Sisters of Mercy. 

THE delightAil and he»Uhfui location of ihia apacious eatablishment enablea 
tba Siatera to bestow etery attention to the moral and intellectual improTa- 
ment of their pupils, as well as upon their domestic comfort. The 

Fall Session of this Institution 

will commence on the 2d of September, and close on the 2d of February. The 

Spring Session 

commences on the 2d of February, and closes July 2d, with a dUtri^jution of 
prisef, at which the parents and guardians of the pupils are inTited to atteaU. 

TBRUS PBR SBSSIOH : • . 

Tuition in EnKlish, board, waahing, etc., included, - $100 ' 

Italian, French and Latin, - - . - eitra 8 

Mnaio on Piano, with use of instrument, - *' M 

Music on Guitar, " *' •* '* - - " *2 

Crayon Drawing and Painting in Water Colors, " ^ 

QriBntal PaintinR, per course, - - - - " 10 

Wax Fruit and Flowers, - - - - - " l* 






There is a SBPARATB DSPARTHBHT for Day Pupils : 

• ' . - $16 V 

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Terms per session, in the first class, 

«t (. <t <<< second ** 

«< li «« •« third " 

«* «• «• " preparotory class. 



mrrr'SlJEt2^& ZPJLY-A^BXiE Iia" A.IPVA^'Cfe 



CALVIN FAY. 



DeWITT BKUYN. 




RCHITECTS AND MUTEBISTESIXEST 




Office, 19 8. Broad St., near Bridge, 

IflrWill famish Deslgnsr^rawin^ and Specifications for Publie and Pri?ate 
BuilSngs of every description, and superintend their erection when desired. 

j|9*Plan8 of Suburban and Rural Designs carefully prepared and sent to any 
part of the country. 










SUBSCMBm CAHTAl - . j 40o;oOO 

~— _ - - 

BANKING' KOOM- 

RBPURLIC BLOCK, AThA^TA^BA. 

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D««.O.i..r*lB«kin,Bu,io«..f W«o»ai..Bd D.p«i*;boy. «« i,n. Ex 
cli«»tf , ud m*kn collectioai «b ■II pir i of the ooontr;. 

H. A. ANDERSOS, Louis OUOlStlfs, QEO. W&8HIP. ^ 

W. A. HAW80N, w»r. GOOD.NW, T. M. nOfiSET. 

JOHN STEPHEXS, T S Ponr KHSTrkv ,„ 

^# 1. K. £GQLESTO^, w. C. MOBRILLy 

JOHN P. CRICHTON, p. m. EDDLEMAN. 



DB. J. STAINBACK WMON'S 
^7gienic Institute s TmMsh Bath, 

LOYD ST., OPPOSITE MARKHAM IIODSE, ATLANTA, GA. 

The oaly Turkisli Sath Soutli. 

DI8eW:!^""^,;"p51'J2i^*««"<>R^ NEBVOUS «d FEMALE 
•< ANTIDOTE "fir SmS. WEwKd'TOBACw" """"' " ""~" ""' 

B«id«i Uie TuAtah. liSS hwfJhfSr^™ *" 1?^"' '^"' '"»'• »t««»«U»t.. 
I«ki.h Shampoo B;th7M cj;!.!R.«tr.^ «"""""'^»" ««"*« "ATH. 

J. Stainback Wilson, 

I^ytidan in Charge. 




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BelliSB & BHEEf IBOI VOBKS. 

J.HOBUIJ.. J.t.OIFIoto. 

iraii t ililOli 

199 MARIETTA ?T., ATLANTA, GA., 

BOILERS 

GASOMETERS, 

_____ fflRWttSUCK. 

Blast Receivers and Pipes, Resorvoirs for 
Water Works, Smoke Stacks, 

Tanks, Ore and Coal Barrows, Wrought Iron Cellar, Window 
' and Area Grating. 

, I AliSO, M:,A.linT:F-A.CT-CrE.E 

WM. BUSHTOH'S CELEBEATED COAL BUEHEB 
LOCOMOTIVE ST ACKS. 




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MISCELLANEOUS STOCK OF 

BOOSS, PAPIB, PIVSi PStCILS, 

ARTISTS' MATERIALS and FANCY GOODS, 
5 WhltehaU Street, - ATLAHTA, GA. 




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^*^*^ MANUFACTURER OF ^^> 

{lead, |ik8», fm, |aodii». ^., 

57 Decatur Street, - ATLANTA, QA. 

,»- WEDDINGS and PASTIES Sappliad at the SHOBTEST NOTICE. -«K 



JOHN LAGOMARSINO, 




AKD MANUPACTURSS OF 



m. KISSS OF CANSISS, 

WhoIcMtu and RtUii Dtitlcr lo 

Foveltfn l<Fiif«a» Huts^ lately 

8 WJg lTgHALL SXBKKT. - - ATLANTA. OA. 










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Manufactory & Wareropm, 12 S. Forsyth St., Op. Capitol. 
AVIiAirVA. fSBOBeiA. 




SATISFACTION^ 



8. Broad St., 



Tx*^K-a? 



Boot and Shoe Maker." 





(Fonurly of Ike Tin if ItBEIDI & IIITI), 

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Carriage Facfovyy 

48 Broad Street, Atlanta, Ga, 

Special a nd 'l>ei»onal Attention given to Ifepalrilig» 

b.:b.freeman, 

0F 9BBMS 

FOR THE STATES OF 

Alabama. Arkansas. Connect;icut. California. Georgia, 
Kansas/Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Mississippi, 
Missouri, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Rhode Island, 
South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin. 
t" OFFICE WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE. ATUWTA, B*. 

The Af MSf a BkiiSci SeBteii 

FOR BOYS ^ND GIRLS, 

NO. »1 N. PRYOR STBEE'J.', 

TERMS, $5.00 Per Soholasttdflionth. 

This school has been in successful operation ever since 
1873, with an avers^e attendance of 30 students. 




No. 18 Whitehall Street. 

delelDi'kted Wii\e^, Vs^q^, di^kf^, f!t<5., f^td. 



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Analytical Ctemist 

No. i Line Street, Corner Peachtree. 

COMPLETE AiAims~AND ASSAYS 

Promptly Executed. 

of G^'.""^" '» "^ «•"« DoP^'^Jt^AgHcultare.- „d the "Geological Suryc, 
-JP-O^^o^No. ^ ATLANTA. GEOUOIA. 






FOR ALL THE STATES. 



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19 Whitehall Street, (Up-Stairs,) ATLANTA ' GA 

R. P. S. KIMBROT" 



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FURNISHING GOODS, 

No. a$ WHITEHALL STBEET, 

ATLAJ^Td, - - GEORGIA. 



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Fann Xmplftments and l[aehi&et7, Stidii 

0FERTI3LIZERS,0 



Impi'oved Live Stock, Etc. 

32 and 34 West Alabama Street^ ATLANTA^ QA^ 



W. L. TRAYNHAM, Atlanta. 



O. O. NELSON, Dawson, Ga. 




ONTRjlCTOIiS AND gUILDEIiS. 



WHOLESALR ASD EITAIL DCALCB8 IN 



Hough aad Dressed Lumber, 

HOIiDIKaS, PICKBf S, LATHS, SEISQIiBS, &c. 

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66, 68 and 70 Decatur Street, - - ATLANTA, GA. 




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ALSO BUILMBS' SABBWABB, 

No. 88 South Broad Street, near the Bridge. 



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IT. M. D., B.B. 8.. 

33 WhitehaU Street, 



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TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN. 



EYE AND EAR DISEASES A SPECIALTY. 



C. B. SIIARMAN. 





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C. L. MANGUM. 




WHOUCSALK AKD HXTAIL OKiXCBS IX 




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_^ BOOVSp 

^'•OthiHC' ^^^^61^ SMOm, Etc,, 
yp- 48 Peachtree Street, AT£.AI?JTA. Ga. 




& DAVIS, 

POTODERS aad MACHDnSTS, 

95 Ga. B, U., €k>r. King Street, 





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MANUPACTURKES OF 

®^^Mn ,^^l[?^^^o A^^ BOILERS, SAW AND GRIST 
M.n Machine^, Shaftings Pulley* and Hangers, Stamps 
Dies and Batter^, and all kachineiy SeoeUrv ^' 
for Gold Mining, and Castings of any - 
Kind or Size. 

Car Wheels and Brasses a Specialty. 




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Whitehall, Northwest corner Hunter Street, 

WSr BMidenee, 13 Cooper Streot,'^! 
ATLANTA, - - - GEORGIA. 



Mm Mcultural Works, 



S74 to 380 Marietta Street, 
ATLANTA. - - - aEORGIA. 

HAIMAN UNIVERSAL PLOW STOCK, 

iS^Haiman fatent Sweep," 
AND ALL KINDS OF PLOWS, HOES, ETC. 






V. B. Tommej, 



J. S. Stevirt, 



L B.Beek. 



tOMMiiV, STEWART A BBOK, 



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Habdware Merchants 

2 and 4 S. Fryor St, in front of Eimhall Home. 



SHINBLE MACHINES. POWDEB, MILL STONES. 

AND BOLTING CLOTH. 



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OM Gold ..d snr„ ^, iTt. W„g.. pta.. 8.^- , ^ ^STv , 

•ny piece of jewelry .TermSe*^' "•'«'»"«««' 
n«t«4. will find it to;^^^Vi«d „ ^ ^ 

AND KOQEKS BROS., ^^^ 



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WH0LB8AM AND EaAIt. 

ILL^L!f!!gLj°''«f KtoM Hwse, - - ATLANTA. GA 

ATLANTA, QA. 

i Long etperitofli 

Fentitles the claim 
of best practical 
work in fhcdty. 
LCoantr/ orders 
(will reoeire er- 
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46 and 48 WMtehdU St., ATLANTA . 

P«%»«|ilii< iwwitltt,, f ljirt<rir«|ftt( 4l(4«tt,i,, |K,t,^,tt,, 
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H. C. SAWTELL 

CPtlr0»«ge ?oliate4.1f Pay««ts ire mUt 



Pri«ft!y.) 

No. 8 Whitehall Street. 

Wholesale and Retail Dci*cr in 

DRESSED HOGS, MUTTON, 

All ordert filled promptly, and satis- 
faction guaranteed. , ^ y. 

Am prepared to Slaughter and Pack 
HOGS in any quantity at short notice. 






mm rmm 

Fttoltnt, emsr Fonjtli, 
FRESH MEATS, 









ud 62 Oecftiu Street. 





OF ALL KISD?, AKP 



ALWAYS ON HAND. 



Open Day and Night. 





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lutQjrestiug MiaoeUsiuy* 



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Tiis most reliable Market Beports.! 



Best Telegraphic service of any Daily in Georgia. 



TEBMSs $10 a year; Has months, $5,30; Three tnontht, $3.50 



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are complete in every particular. The latest 
styles of Printing and Binding executed at 
short notice and on the most favorable terms. 
Orders from the country solicited. _ 



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THE CONSTITUTION 




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FORI Y COLOMMS OFTHE LATEST AND FBE8HE8T MEWS 



ATI TcleerxaiaaQjB 



■ .'j;:^^ COMPRISING ^^iiO 

R-cetv^A >*p to tto.» So« of Gholaasr to 

»»ll»"bl« aX*x3c«t Report., «:xa. tla.« ^o-t 



A PROWUNfiNT FEATURE 

(3::^ IS THE=s^f:^ 

AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT 



UNDER THE CHARGE OF 



THE 



SECRETARY CF THE STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 






VERY Deparlmenl of the Weekly is full f °<lj?™P'«**^?"f 
_ in all resLte it is by far the most carefoUy edited publica- 
tion of the kind in the State. 



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Olrotilatlon, - - 6,000. 



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TES BEST ifimm 

IN THE UNITED STATfS. 

ISooh i* not oUimed, bat 
VALUE KSCEIV8D 18 GIVn 
FOR YOURJNONCY. 

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licAtioD, and faeU of interest, solicited. 
Address 

S. T. JENKINS, 

Editor and Proprietor. 
ATI.AHTA, 6A. 



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General Real Estate and Insurance Agents, 



Liverpool k London k Globe Insurance Co., .of Liverpool. 

Sa- 8peei»> mention giren to MlIiDg and renliDg properlj in CITT »nd »ny 

part of the State. 

MARCUS A. BELL. Attorney at Law. PIR0MI8 H.BELL. 

MARCUS A. BELL & SON*, 

>[o. 1 dei\tenriikl Building, 5 Wliitel\kU ^t. 

♦ 

By STRICT fidelity and altenlion to business, they propose to make this 
Awncy a safe and ready assistance to Owners, Administrators, Executors, Guard- 
ians and Trustees, in Selling and Renting Real Estate in and near Atlanta. 

Parties seeking Homes or Intestments in this locality, will find the Atlanta 
R«AL Estate Agbhct a sure guide, enabUng them to obtain what la emtablejo their 

y wants and tastes. ^. .. #^..i -i^ i>^«n?. 

Special attention given to conreyancing and myestigaUon of ti"w^to K«^ ^■ 
tate ; also, to securing claims by mortgages, and eflfecting settlements witllOTlt STUt. 



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ABBOTT BENJAMIN F (Abbott A Ktodrick), r 226 M 
Whitehall PI 

Abbott Lewis L (Abbott <& Br^X ^ Kirkwood ' # 

Abbott William L (Abbott & Bio).r 2D7 Marietta p 

f k^JJ ^ 5^ 1^. ^/•J'l^.f' Abbott), erooera,66 E Alabama Z 

63 W? hll *°^ ^ B Keadricfc), kw^m, " 

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rf Abtmms Elia, ool'd, laundreas, r rear 217 W Mitchell 
3 AcoofBini Olinto, oonfiwdoner, 36 Marietta • 

"ft Apkerman C E. foreman, r 28 W Mitchell 
1 1*^^ Jeiph V B, cik Jack & Holland, bd. ^2 mHehall 
m ACTOH THOMAS k. with Conetitation, r 136 W Baker 
Z Acton WiUiam D, bds National Hotel ^ 
C Adair Augustas D (Adair & Bro), bds Kimball House 
< Adair Boiseman, fermer, r Green's Fe^ A v, yv J. 
% Adair George W, real estate agent, 6 E Wall, J 461 W Peters 
I iSr Greefs (Adair & Br^f, bds 125 Washington 
i AdTir Jack, dk G W Adair, bds 461 W Peters 
5 AaS Jam« A, paymaster Atlanta Street E RCo, and ticket 
. agent Union Depot, r 48 Chureh ^ 

3 Adair John T, grocer, 12 Loyd, bds 40 N Forsyth 
Adair M C Mrs, r 41 Peachtree _ . ' 
-^ Adair M W Mi«, hwr Mods, 41 Peachtree 
'a ABADt ft BBO, (A 1) and Q B Adair), com mers, gram 
O and fertilizer dealers, 2T W Alabama; 

jt Adams Anthony ool'd, blacksmith Sou Agl Wks 

8 Adams A Q, en^new W & A R R, r es Venable, nr Simpson 
% Adams Benson W, r 330 Marietta 

® Adams Gary, ool'd, lab, p 5 Scofield'sal ^ .,„9p„, 
rf Adams Chiiles, col'd, porter Mayer, Son & Co, '122 Gray 
3 Adams Ciharles E, clk'c R B, r 95 W Mitohell 

Adams Dora col'd laundress, r 74 Gilmer ,^^„ . 

• ISm, George ,col'd, wks Pullman Sou Car Co, ' 17 W Hunter 
Adami HoiS^ S E Adams & Son, proprs; 40 and 42 Decatur 
Adams Josephine, seamstress, r Green's Ferry av, nr Barracks 
d Adams Lorenzo D, grocer, 359 Peachtree 
8 Adams Lola cel'd, kundress, r 151 Thompson 
-S Adams Mitfy, oal'd, laundress, r 122 Gray 
S Adams Mary K Mrs, bds 86 Wheat 

T* Adams Patrick, shoemkr A Klassett oo ol »i 

h Adams Peter, o;)l'd, janiter Summer Hill School, r 28 Chapel 
S Adams P C, fermer, r 308 Mangum ^ ^^ _ ^ 
S Adams Robert T (S E Adams & Son), r 40 Decatur 
iS Adams B E, dk C R R, r Decatur, Ga 
«0 Adams S E Mrs (S E Adams & Son), r 40 Decatur . 

m Adams S E & Son (Mrs S E and R T Adams), proprs Adams 
•g House, 40 and 42 Decatur 

'S Adams Thomas, butcher, r 235 Wheat 

S^dams Tony, cel'd, blacksmith, r 158 Gray 

9 Adams William T, r 102 Decatur 

M Adamson Charles Q (Adamson & Son), r ws Hill, nr Glenn 




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Adamson Thomas, wks Sparks & Tye, r Fort, cer Wheat : H 
Adamson William R, lab, r 54 W Simpson t? 

Adamson Z W (Adimson A Son), Bds ws HUl, nr Glenn H? 

Adamson & Son (C Q and Z W Adamson), nooers, 262 Deoatv 
Adoock John J, r 73 Elliott A'waiw 

Adkins Lizzie, col'd, cook, r ss Cab, nr Calhoun 

Adkins Samuel, ool'd, lab, r 16 Green's Ferry Av 1^1 

A ^^i°* 3J| ?•"' "^^'^^ drajman, r i210 E Cain *| 

A ii^^AV^ *^***°'; "^^'^^ ^^» ^ ^ State, nr WaUace QB 

ADKINS, see also ATKINS 

Adler Morris (Elsas, May & Co), r 179 S Pryor 

Adler Moses, Jr (EIms & Adler), r 13 Fair 

AGSIOOLA HTBUMATf A, baker and confectioner, 67 Dt- ^ 
oatur, (See adv. p. 69) - 

Agricola R J F, baker, 90^ McDonough 

Aguero Eliza J Mrs, dreesmkr, 179 Marietta 

Akerman Charles C, r 45 Peachtree 

Akers Amelia, col'd, cook, r 57 Cone 

Akers Benjamin, col'd, lab, r rear 72 S Forevth , 

Akers Elbert, ool'd, hostler Stmt R R Co 

f^«« j; P H, physician, 49 Peachtree 6 

Akers George W (Akers & Bros), r 53 Wheat CI 

Akers Harrison, col'cl, lab, r rear 98 S Forsyth S 

Akers Jamef K (Akers ife Bro), r county ^ 

Akers James S, bkkpr C H Strong, bds 60 N Broad 

Akers John H, printer, Dqdson & Soott, bds 78 Whitehall 

Akers Mollle Mlrs, r 78 .Whitehall 

Akers Noah, ool'd, labA Edgewood S 

iJ^^^'^i'^^J' (AkeSVfe Bros), r Vining Sta, W& A R B E- 
AEEBS ft BB^ (W T, G V'and J KaSS), mUl^Jd £ 
grocers, 13SBroad ^ 

Akers - — ,^ ool'd, carpenter, r rear 20 W Mitchell 
Akins L, wid Henry, r 169 Luckie 
Akins M F, brick mason, r 36 Stonewall 
Albright Mina, wid Albert, r 55 W Hunter 
Aldredge John, with C W Motes, bds 127 Thompson 
Aldredge Nancy, wid Stephen, r 127 Tbomps<ia 
Aldredge Nathan G, policeman, r 140 W Baker 
A exander Amanda, cook, r Thrasher, obr Aahby, W E 
Alexander Dennis, col'd, kb, r ws Windsor, nr limiU 
A exandar Frances K, col'd, laondren, r 17 Rawso^ 
Alexander Frank fckkpr, bds 34 Cone 
Alexander Freeman, M'd, kb, r Grant, sw oor Fair 
Alexander Geoi)ge, ool'd, porter. Webster & Lee 



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*Alexander Henry, contractor, r Fair, oor Chotnnt 
^P^Alexander Henry, ooiy,rf.o«n8ker, «" 45 HUliud 
^^lekander Iwiah H, ool'd, sEoe "jkr, 117 E Hunter, r 93 Kee* 
jl Al«Mnder Jaeob M, grocer, 209 Walker 
1-Al«ander James f) physician, 25 Petohtree, r 76 Ivy 

JtAlexander John, col'd, Itib, r^5^w 
* Alexander John, col'd, lab, r 70 Kine 

S Alexander John H, boarding, 1 17 8 Piyor 

». Alexander John W, brick maeon, r 49 Ira „.„.„ ^^ 

^ Alexander Joseph M (Dunn, Ogletree & Co), r Th»«.her, cor 

Alex^SjiXuf M (J M Alexander & Co), r 163P€«^tree ' 
^ IKda Junius, coi'd, blacksmith H <3fea, r lUndolph, nr 

1 AlexSSerTj A, ^Ik J M Alexander & Co. bJ163^chtree 
«♦ Alexander J C, dk J M Alexander & Co, bds 28 E O^n 

a Alexander J M & Co (J M Alexander and ), hardware,. 

9 40 Whitehall , „„ „ , . 

^ Alexander Lewis, col'd, brickmason, r 188 Markham 
•a Alexander Lewis, col'd, lab, r ss North ar, nr Lovgoy 

5 Alexander Martha, col'd, cook, r 73 TSrry 

•- Alexander Martin, col'd. shoemaker T J & \S ^,:5.%^«.«.l 
,1 AlSnder Mary, U'd, laundress, r ns Mangum, bet Peters and 

- -a Nelson ' 

6 Alexander Peter W, bds 66 Washington 

"* Alexander Robert, col'd, l«b, r ^n^ly. nr l.mite 
S Alexander Simon, col'd, wks H H Dickson r 32 8 Broad 
S Alexander Thomas (Broomhead & Alexander), r W h. 
W' Akxander Victoria, col'd, cook, r 132 Ellis 
^ Al^er William! col'd, barber National Hotel, r rear 169^ 

hH Jones _ •, . 

BiAleMuder William, col'd, lab, r 7 Irwin 

EJ Alexander Waiiam, col'd, lab, r 186 Majkham 

J5 Alexander Winnie, col'd, laundress, r Warner av, bet Jonee 

^H and Pettis «_ t> b 

•^ Alfbrd Edmund, col'd fiufmer, r es Lanj^pr Oa- « «• 

M Alford James, wto Boiling Mill, r n. Dairy, w of McAfee 

S Alford James W, kb, r sa Gray, nr limits 

"7 Alford Joaeph 8, saktoan, r 31 W Gamett 

H Alford J WE, bkkpr, bds 49i 8 Pryor 

S A^len Amos, cil'd, wlLi W * A R^R, r 178 Ell.s 

S*^ Allen Andrew, col'd, carpenter, r 387 Houston 
Allen A, col'd, lab, r es Mitohell, nr m.n» - 







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Allen Berry, oerd, dMrpeter, r wb Randolph, nr Irwtn 



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Allen Gobb, ool'd, lab, r rear 178 EUis 

Allen Columbus M, machinist Atlanta t^oundry 

Allen Cjnthia, ool'd, laundress, r 371 Mangnm' 

Allen Dani el, coFdy c ook, r ss Jonea, bet Pryor and Pnlliam 

ALLEV DEXIEB. W, propr 3artow House, r 50 Decatur 

Allen D C, passenger elk A>L By, bds 97 E Mitchell 

Allen Edward, col'd, cook, r 109 Decatur 

Allen Elias C. grocer 84 Peachtree, r 166 Simpson 

Alien Elisha T, grocer 102 McDonough, r 98 McDonopgh 

Allen Eliza, wid Peter, r 620 Marietta 

Allen E A, wid Cullen, r 71 Whitehall Ig 

Allen Frederick, with D Steinheimer, bds Hunter, se oor Pryor Zi 

Allen George, fireman W <fe A R R, r 28 Victoria 5 

Allen George W, wks A-L R R, r 6 N Bell % 

Allen James M, watchman W & A E R, r ws South, nr Wal- M 

lace S 

Alle n Jam es O, m er, r 100 Jackson ''^ 

ALLEN JOBGET O, reporter Atlanta City directory, and direc- ^ 

tories of Memphis, Tenn., Little Rock, Ark., etc, bds 11^ S 

S Pryor *B 

Allen John S A, r ss Newton, nr Mangum 
Allen Levi, col'd, drayman, r 426 Whitehall 
Allen Lewis, cord, carpenter, r 377 Houston 
AlleA Luke, col'd, carpenter, r 377 Houston 
Allen Maria, wid John, r 47 Churqh 
Allen Mary, col'd, cook, r 63 Rawson 
Allen Mary Mrs, seamstress, r rear 19 Form wait 
Allen Rachel, col'd^ laundress, r wSiPeters, nr Mangum 
Allen Samuel, col'd. Jab, r rear 127 >V^heat 
Allen Singleton W, machinist Winship & Bro, r 173 W Foun- ^^ 

dry ^ 

Allen Van, col'd, lab, bds 371 Mangum ^ 
Allen Washington, col'd, drayman, r W E , 
Allen Wyatt, col'd, lab, r 54 Martin 
Allen W B, engipeer W & A R R 
Allensworth John C, physician and ass't surgeon National Sur- m[ 

gical Institute, r 65 n Collins * *m 

Alleys A R, physician, 14 Whitehalj, bds 124 Peachtree '^ 

Alley C C, Mrs, r Mitchell, nw corner Pryor ^ 

Alley Frederick, r 92 S Butler ^ 

Alley James W, printer Bergstrom & Co, r Mitchell, nw cor. "Ij 

Pryor |g 

Allison George, col'd, lab, r3l3 W Fair ' ? 

Allison J H, elk Q M Dept, bds 50 Walton ^ 




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iJman E L, wid J F, r w» Martin, bet Jones and Fair 

Alman Nathan, ool'd, firltaian, r 36 Decatur 

Afeton C, wks W & A B it 

AktoB Robert A, ais't kpr Penitentiary, r Saricwood 

AJUton Robert A, opr W U Tel Co, r 29 Cooper 

Alrton Susan F, wid P B, r 27 Cone ^ ^ 

Alston Voldy, real estate agent, 1 Peachtree, r West Peachtree, 

oor North av 
Ament George W, packer Jack & Holland, r 61 Chapel 
Amerson Rebecca, col'd, laundress, r 29 Chattahoochee 
Ames L S, lieut 2d Inf, r McPherson Barracks 
Amos Allison, colM, lab, r ss Peters, nr Humphries 
Anohbacher G A, carpenter J C Peck & Co 
Anderson Andrew J, engineer W & A R R, r 161 Elliott 
Andersmi Anna, wid William, r 19 Stonewall 
Anderson Bennett, elk, bds 76 Formwalt 
Anderson David, col'd, carpenter, r ns North ay, nr Fort 
Anderson David L Rev (J H Anderson & Co), and pastor Sixth 
, M E Church, bds 16 Lojd 
Anderson Elizabeth, wid David, r'109 Decatur 
Anderson Floyd, oolM, lab, r 160 Ga R R 
Anderson Frank, colM, lab, r rear 66 Luckie 
Anderson Frank, col'd, lab, r 113 Stonewall 
Ajiderson (Jeorge, stone cutter, r 28 Eraser 
Anderson Greorge T, oaptain police, r 68 8 Broad 
Anderson G Whit, county jailor and deputy sheriff Fulton 

Ottunty, r County Jail 
Anderson Henry, cord, porter Cannon House 
Anderson Henry, col'd, lab. r Rawson, bet Eraser and Martin 
Anderson Horace, col'd, wks Atlanta R M Co, r 164 Gray 
Anderson James, r ss Marietta, nr Pomder's av 
Anderson James A (Anderson & Bro, and Goodwin & Ander- 
son), r 21 Bailey r j 
Anderson James H ( J H Anderson & Co), r 16 Loyd 
Anderson John, coVd, engineer, Constitution^ r 106 Tattnall 
.Andersen Julius. coFd, bar kpr, r 6 Ivy 
Anderson J H & Co, (J H and D L Anderson), cotton factors, 

se^s, a^l implements, etc, 16 Loyd v 

Anderson J K, conductor W & A R R, r Ringgold, Ga 
Anderson Lewis, col'd, gardner L P Grant, r 87 Grant ^ 

Anderson Mary, col'd, laundress, r Rawson, bet Eraser and 

Martin 
Anderson Mary, coFd, cook, r Hightower, nr Robbins 
Anderson Mary I, wid Pi nckney, r 47 S Loyd 



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Anderson Miaaonri, ool'd, laundreiss, r 189 Chapel HI 

Andenon M A Mias, dreaa mkr, r 33 Ivv H 

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Anderson Sarah, wid James, r rear 28 Ha> » a ^ 

Anderson Stephen, ooFd, lab, r 108 Walkc ■ ^ 

Anderson William W (Anderson & Bro), r 42 Bradbury ^ 

Anderson <fe Bro (W W^ind J A Andereon), grocere, 147 W « 
Jreters •^ 

Andrews Ansley B, dk J F Edwaids, bds 19 Orme 

Andrews Caleb, col'd, lab, r 248 Peachtree 

Andrews David, colM, lab, r rear 167 Decatur 

Andrews Ellen, col'd, laundress, r rear 61 W Garnett 

Andrews Ezra, saddler, r 313 S Pryor 

Andrews G W, carpenter, r Bartlett's al, nr Whitehall 

Andrews James G, head dk Ry P O 

Andrews John, ool'd, lab, r ss Ga R R, nr Gullatt 

Andrews Lucretia, col'd, laundress, r 63 Cone 

Andrews Masoom, bds 108 Marietta 

Andrews Mattie F Miss, teacher Crew St School, bds 313 S 
Pryor • . 

Andrews Squire, col'd, wks Atlanta R M Co, r 51 Victoria 
AngierAlton, bds 89 E Mitchell i 

^'^S? ™®^* ^' ^*^J^^' ^^ Whitehall, bds 89 E 
Mitchell ' ^ 

^J'^I^jraDOM L, Mayor of Atjaota, 40 S Broad, r 89 | 

Anglin John S, grocer, 188 Marietta 
Ansley Harry C, chief dk A-L Ry, bds 97 E Mitchell 
Ansley Jackson, col'd, lab, r 66 King 
Ansley Jesse A, real estate agt, 1 Peachtree, r Decatur, Ga , 
Ansley Lemuel K, dk National Hotel, r 17 Tattnall 
Anthony Adolphus, col'd, drayman, r 209 Martin 
Anthony Anselm L, r 440 WTiitehall 
Anthony Courtney wl'd, cook, r al bet Rawson and Jones 
Anthony David, col'd, porter L M Ives, r 309 W Mitchell 
Anthony James N, engineer, r 144 Luckie 
Anthony Martin, ool'd, driver H T Cox & Co, r 111 Irwin 
Anthony Roe, ool'd, laundress, r 45 Jones 
Appleby Green, col'd waiter Markham House 
Appleby Jane, col'd, lanndress, r 81 Spring 
AjPLm DATnOB W (E S Kendrick J? Co), and genl west- 
ern agt C R R of Ga, 3 S Pryor, r 288 Polcht ree 

PULLMAN PALACK cars lesre Atlftftto daily for WMbin^tim 
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Appleton G«>rge, cabinet mkr Ca8a^.«rry &Co, 1 197 E Harm 

Appling Bettie, ool'd, Unndrw, r 70 Form w»lt 
AppUnl Edward, clk,bd. 181 Rhodes ' 

Archer Andrew J, bds Broad, cor Lockie ; 

Archer Calvin C, machinist, if 198 Decatur 

Archer Jeflfereon, elk ECahn 

Archer John, bds 50 N Broad 

Archer John, wks cemetery, r 234 Peatar 

Archer Nina N Mrs, boarding, 8 W Mitchell 

Ardis Julia E, wid John 8, r 62 McDonough 

Ardis Pay Bon L, dk, bds 5? McDonough 

Arey Daniel, ool'd, lab, r 169 Markham 

Armstead George W, carpenter, r 131 Houstort 

Armstead Jod C, wks Ga E R, r 349 Decatur 

Armstead William, carpenter, r ss Church, « of Spnng 

Armstead WiUiam, striker Atlanta RoUing Mill Co 

Armstrong Benjamin, col'd, lab, r ss Currier, nr Calhoun 

Armstrong C J, wid J L, r 82 S Forsyth 

Armstroni Harry, elk J Keely, bds Pryor se cor Hunter 
Armstrong Joseph, wks Rolling Mill, r 25 Victoria 
Annstronl W S, ^ysician, 64 Whitehall, r 126 Washington 
Arnold Elmira, col'd, laundress, r 61 Fairlie 
Arnold Frank A (Arnold & Arnold), r 428 E Fair 
Arnold Keziah, c«l'd, cook, r ns Henry, nr Elliott 
Arnold M A, wid W M, r rear 29 Mowly 
Arnold Reuben (Arnold & Arnold), r 268.Co11im 
Arnold Samuel, col'd, helper Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Arnold Scott, lab, r 16 Fuller's row 
Arnold Thomas, col'd, kb. r 66 FuWs row 

Arnold Thomas, col'd. lab, r 287 W Mitchell 

Arnold Thomas D, bds 428 E Fair 

Arnold W M, fbmitnre, 127 8 Forsyth 

ABNOLD & ABNOLD (R and F A Arnold), lawyers, 8 8 

Broad 
Asbury Dennis, col'd, lab, r 54 Johnson 
Asbury John, col'd, farmer, r es McD&niel, nr limits 
Asbury William, col'd, lab, r ns Ja""*. »'' ,'?''''' , ,, 
Ash Robert, ool'd, blacksmith, r rear 213 W Mitchell 
Asher William C, physician, r 394 Marietta „„ ^^ _, 
Ashford William, bkkpr Moore, Marsh & Co, r 70 ^ Pryor 
Ashley Jane, wid Hugh, r ws Orowell, nr limits 
Ashley S S Rev, r 104 Houston , „, ^ * r<«.\ 

Ashley Willis G (W G Ashley & Co and W Jennings A C«), 

r 33 S Br oad i 

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saah, blinds, molding, etc., 33 S Broad. (See adv. p. 72) 
•Ash worth Thomas R, gaafitter J Warficfk & ^ma, r US Oii- 

more 
Askew Amanda, coFd, cook, r ws Crowell, nr limits 
Askew Thomas, ool^d, printer C W Motto, r 34 W (Garaett * 
Atchison Joseph, col'd, lab, r 270 N CSalhoun 
Atkins Edward, col'd, wks Atlanta :&>lling Mill 
Atkins James, trustee Atlanta University, r Savannah. Ga 
ATKINS, see also ADKINS 
Atkinson Charles, col'd, barber, r 169 Marietta 
Atkinson John, lab, r 77 Whitehall 
Atkinson John, r 59 Luckie 

Atkinson Lottie, seamstress, r W Humphries, nr limits 
Atkinson Mary H, wid John, r 62 Haynes 
Atkinson Robert E, wks Rolling Mill, r 62 Hi^nes 
Atkinson Robert H, bkkpr W A A R E, r 69 Forrest 
Atlanta Benevolent Asscysiation, Campbell Walkoe, pres; 127 

Marietta 
Atlanta Bible Society, £ £ Rawsoo vres; J S Stewart, traui : 

2 and 4 S Pryw '^ . 

Atlanta Board of Trade and Cotton Exchange, Ben £ Crane, 

pres ; J J Toon, sec; Pryor, app Kii&ball House 
Atlanta Board of Underwriters, J G King:, pres; J A Whitner, 

sec; 2 jDentennial Building, Whitehall, oor R R 
Atlanta Cify Brewing Co, £ F^hter, pres; J Fleishel, treas : 

office 8 W; Hun ter 
ATLANTA CITTDIBECTOBT, A ESholes, pububheb; 

C W Norwood, compiler. Directories of all principal cities 

of the United States on file for reference. Office 24 S 

B road 

ATLANTA COLLECTING AOSNCT, T A Frierson, 

propr; 33 Marietta 
Atlanta Cotton Compress, J D Turner, supt; W Peters, cor C R R 
ATLANTA COTTON FACTOEY CO, £ £ Rawson, sec 

and treas ; J S Davis, supt ; 160 to 170 Marietta 
Atlanta Dramatic Association, Addison F Barnett, see and 

tr eas; 16 Powers 

ATLANTA OAS LIGHT CO, J A Haydeo, pres ; J H 

Mecaslin, sec and treas : office 21 Whitehall, works W & 

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Atlanta High School, W F Slaton, pripj 49 Washington 
Atlanta Ice Mnfg Co, Albert Howell, receiver; W Wall, nr 
bridge 

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Atlanta Iron Foundry. W 8 Withers, propr; 24 afid 2« S Cal- 

ATLANTA KACHIinB WOBKS, Porter & Davw, proprs; 

Ga R R, cor King. (See adv. p. 73} 
Atlanta Medical College, J D Johneon, dean; Jenkins, nw cor 

Butler T /-I J T> -or 

Atlanta Medical and Surgical Journal, Drs J G and K W 

Westmoreland, editors; 32 8 Broad 
Atlanta Music House, G P Guilford, propr; 52 Whitehall 
ATLANTA NATIONAL BANK* A Austell, pre8;W H. 

Tuller, cashier; P Romare, ass't cashier; 16 E Alabama 
ATLANTA NtSSEBIES, M Cole & Co, proprs ; Mc 

Donough rd, office 3 Whitehall (See adv. opp title.) 
Atlanta Republican, W L Clark, editor and propr ; 27 E 

Hunter 
ATLANTA BOLLINQ MILL CO, W C Morrill, pres; 

William Goodnow, genl manager ; Thomas W Chandler, 

sec and treas ; Robert Kyle, ^upt ; 492 and 494 Marietta 

(See back paster.) - . « «. ^^ . 

ATLANTA SAVnTOS BANK OP OEOBOIA, 8 B Hoyt, 

I pres; R H Richards, cashier; 32 Leyd, cor Railroad 

Atlanta Steam Dye Works, James Loch rey, propr ; 45 E 

Hunter 
Atlanta Street R R Co, Richard Peters, pres; G W Adair, treas; 
^ E C Peters, supt ; office 49 Line ^ 

Atlanta Turn Verein, C J Weinmeister, pr«s; 6 Whitehall 
Atlanta University, Ednmnd A Ware, pres ; Hunter, nw cor 

' Vine ' . , ,, 

1 Atlanta Water Works, T F Wynne, supt ; office' 28 Kimball 

> House . T T> 
i Atlanta & Richmond Air-Line Ry, J H Fisher, receiver; J B 

I Peck, supt ; 56 E Wall 

; Atlanta & West Point R R, J P King, pres ; L P Grant, supt; 
I office 32 Loyd 

; Atlantic Coast Lice, office Pryor, cor Railroad 
; Atwater ED, with AUanta Rolling Mill Co, bds 67 N Pryor 
Austell Alfred, pres Atlanta Nat Bank, r 80 Marietta 

> Austell Building, Decatur, ne cor Pryor 

^ Auten N Miss, teacher Summer Hill School, bds 221 Rawson 

^ Austin Bloomer H, bkkpr, r 407 Whitehall 
Austin Charles H, accountant, bds 407 Whitehall 
Austin garrison D, miller, r 115 W Simpson 
Austin Henry, col'd, carpenter, r es Holland, nr Wells 
Austin Isaac, col'd, drayman, r 104 Ha ynes ^ 

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Austin Joseph M, machine agt, r 79 Stonewall 

AnsUn William, col'd, waiter Kimball House 

Austin William C, col'd, lab, r es RolKqg Mill, nr Bice 

Auten Nannie Miss, teacher Summer Hill School, r 221 Rawion 

Auten Richard M (Biggers & Auten), r 221 Rawson 

Autry Raford. wks Sou Agl Wks, bds Fair, nw oor Terrv 

Auwjr Tjiomas J, lab, bds 176 W Peters 

Avary Thomas E, elk H C Pendleton, bds 160 Mangum 

Ayerett Aaron, col'd, waiter Markham House 

Avery Eliza, ool'd, laundress, r Hunter, se oor Davis 

Avery Isaac W Col, private sec Gov Colquitt, r 10 Jenkins 

Awtry John L, carpenter Longley & Robinson, r Hunnicutt,'ne 

cor Venable 
Ayers William H, oil delivery, r 21 Hood 

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BARER JAMES M, physician, 158 Thompson 
Backston Sallie, ool'd, laundress, r 253 Richardson 
Backus Elieabeth, wid Gilberry, bds 195 Chaprf 
Backus Green F, brick mason, r 33 Mannim 
Backus James M, brick mason, bds 195 Chapel 
Backus Joseph W, brick mason, bds 195 Chapel 
Backus Thomas, brick mason, r ss Wells, bet McDaniel and 

Smith 
Bacon George Mrs, teacher Orphans' Free School, r 2 Jenkins 
Bacon G M, wid Thomas J, r 2 Jenkins 
Badger Amanda, col'd, seamstress, r rear 80 N Forsyth 
Badger Charles, col'd, porter Kimball House 
Badger Henry, ooFd, porter E A Thomas, r rear 80 N Forsyth 
Badger John, col'd, painter, r ss Currier, nr Calhoun 
Badger Ralph, dentist, 8J Marietta, r 58 Collins 
Badger Robert H, col'd, dentist, r 18 Clifford 
Badger Roderick D, col'd, dentist, 35 Peachtree, r 46 E Harris 
Bagby J, carpenter, bds 52 Ga R R 
Ba^y William K, agent, r 124 Eraser 
Bailey Alexander, col'd, lab, r 278 Eraser 
Bailey Albert P, elk Simmons & Hunt, r 50 W Harris 
Bailey Charles, col'd, waiter R G Thompson 

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Bailey Dorsey, coW, lab, r rear 142 S Forsyth 
Bailey Eliza, cord, laandrees, r rear County Jail 

Bailey Ella, coFd, cook, r 18 W Simpeon 

Bailey Gwge, col'd, lab, r 42 E Harris 

Bailey Harry, col'd, lab, r Tumlin, dw cor Wallace 

SJ hS cord, barber 124 Whitehall, r 51 Eeed 

Bailey James, boiler maker, r 294 W i air 

Bailey James, ool'd, lab, r 246 Crew 

Bailey James, machinist, bds 54 Eraser 

Bailey Julian T, salesman, r 12 Wheat 

Bailey Mattie, ool'd, cook, r 27 Rojjk 

EaUey Oliver F, printer J P Harrison & Co 
Bailey Samuel, colM, gardener, r rear County Jail 
Bailey Samuel, ool'd, porter Executive Department 
Bailey Thomas, col'd, porter Markham House 
' Bailey William, ool'd, oarpeoter, r m CuArier , nr Calhoun 
Bwley Wllfiam H, printer, r 64 McDonough 

► Bailey Willis, col'd, driver Simon & Lee, r ns Ellis, nr Butler 
Bailev W H. lab, r 330 Mangum^ ^ ,, 
Bain Donald, tailor and renovater, 36 S Pryor, r l^,Connally 
Bain Donald M (Morrison, Baki & Co), bds Kimball House 

Bain Thomas C, wks W & A R E ^ ^ ^,. , ,i 

1 Baird James B, physician, 63 Whitehall, r 119 E Mitchell 
' Baird James C. grocer, 252 Marietta, r 59 Jones Av 

► BAIBB JOSH B, lawyer and sec Executive Dept, Ixls Kim- 
I ball House 

BAIRD, see.also BEARD , ^ w i. 

Baker Alexander H, carpenter Longley & Robinson 

Baker Anna Miss, teacher Storr's School, bds 104 Houston 

Baker Augustus, lab Ga R R ,^ ^ i^ ** 

Baker Benjamin, col'd, carpenter, r 49 Walnut 

Baker Charles D, brickmason, r 457 Whitehall 

Baker Dennis, coFd, shoemkr, 154 Marietta, r 75 Humphries 

Baker Hamilton, carpenter, r 10 S Butler 

Baker Henry J,messenger W U Tel Co, bds 457 Whitehall 

Baker James R«v, coUd, pastor Springfield Baptist Church, r fs 

BlackmoD, nr Pine 
Baker Jesse, col'd, lab, r rear 354 Peachtree ^ 

Baker John, carpenter Longley & Robmson, r 62 Ua K K 
Baker John J, elk, bds 348 Marietta , ^ , -^ „ j 

Baker John W, watchman, r Jennings al, bet Rawson^ and 

Baker Mary, col'd, laundress, r rear 100 Elliott ^ 
Baker Thomas J, fa rmer, r 111 Chapel • 

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Baker V H, supt ice fectory, r 65 W Hunter 

Baker William, ooFd, lab, r 1«8 Rolling Mill 

Baldwin Elizabeth A, wid William, r 51 8 Forsyth 

Baldwin E A, engineer Stmr Castalia No 1 

Baldwin Frank S, elk Crane, Boykton & Co, bds 50 N Brtwd 

Baldwin Harriet, col'd, cook, r es Holland, bet Wells and Glenn 

Baldwin James J, with Cox, Hill <fe Thompson, bds Markham 

House 
Baldwin Joseph T, carpenter, bds 161 W Petcre 
Baldwin Martha Mrs, r 127 Fraser 
Baldwin M J Mrs, r 163 W Peters 
Baldwin Rebecca, wid Joseph, r 120 S Forsyth 
Baldwin Simeon M, elk, bds 127 Fraser 
Baldwin Toombs, col'd, waiter National Hotel 
Ball F M, grocer, r Mayson's Ferry rd, Bellwood 
Ball Harriet, wid Harris, r 18 Thurmond 
Ball James M, r 161 McDonongh 
Ball^John N, naintcr, r Connally, bet Fair and Jones 
Ball Lewis, cord, &rmer, r 36 Humphries 
Ball Lucy, wid James, bds 318 Whitehall 
Ballard A B, dk, bds Wheat, nw cor Collins 
Ballard James, ooFd, lab, r rear 141 Walker . 

Ballard Josephine W Mrs, private school, 52 Ivy, r Collins, cor 
Wheat 

Ballard J Oscar, elk J O'Neill, bds Scott, nw cor Mill 

Bdlard William W, agt Ballard <fe Freeman, r Union Depot 

Ballard Wilson J (Ballard <fe Freeman), r 49 Ellis 

BALLARD ft FBEEHAV (W J Ballard and B R Free- 

man), baggage transfer and reptaurant, Union Depot 
Balmer Samuel G (Berron & Balmer), r 10 N Forsyth 
Ballocchi Tito C, confectionery and fruit, Wall, cor Pryor, r 36 

Marietta '^ 

Bancroft George, machinist Winship & Bro, r Marietta, bey 
limits . "^ 

Batigert Charles, saloon, Q% E Harris 

Bank of the Stat» of Georgia, F M Coker^ pm; W L Peel, 
cashier; Pryor, sw cor Decatur 

Banks Henry, wild land agt, 37 Peachtree, r 113 Pteachtree 

Banks Heny, Jr, r 61 N Pryor 

BANKS JAMES, lawyer, 6 Whitehall, r 113 Peachtree 

Banks James, coFd, porter J H Ketner 

Banks James W, wks C R R, r 13 Rock 

Banks J T, M D, prof Atlanta Med College 

Banks Patrick, cord, lab, r 244 Richardson 

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Banks Peter, col'd, carpenter, r 201 McDaniel 

Banks Robert, coPd, lab, r rear SI 1 Houston 

Banks Robert L, porter R A HemphUl, bds Spring, nr Cam 

Banks Savannah, col'd, laundress, r ns Harris, nr Calhoun 

Banka S, wid Eli, r 23 Spring _^ . 

Banks WaHam, ooPd, lab, r 134 E Harris 

Banks William L, jeweler Er Lawshe, bds 23 Spring 

Banks Wyatt, col'd, wks W AA R R, r 66 HiUiard 

Bankston Creed, lab, r 227 Martin. 

Bannon William J, painter Ga R R, bds 163 Fillmore 

Barber George, col'd, hostler Street R R Co 

Barckey Joseph, Uilor A Sataky, bds 26 W Mitchell 

Bardj Valentine, col'd, lab, r 104 Gray 

Barefield Jackson, col'd, painter, r 24 Valentine 

BarganBridgetMrs, grocer, 152 Decatur ^ .' „ , 

Barker Brady, elk T M Clarke & Co, bds National Hotel 

Barker George, brick mason, r 286 Decatur . . 

Barker T N, prof mathematics Moore's Sou Business University, 

bds 70 Ivy _ 

Barlow Malinda, ool'd, laundress, r ws Peters, nr Mangum 
Barlow Mary, CoFd, cook, r rear 61 W (^nett 
Barn Charles, ool'd, lab, r 141 M & W R R ^ 
Barn Nancy, ool'd, laundress, r 141 M & W R R 
Barnaby M E, wid G W, r 73 Whitehall 
Barnard Francis, trav agt r 179 E Fair 
Barnard George A, engineer, r 51 EH#s -^^ ^^ ^ 
Barnell Jesse, conductor W & A R R, bks 39 N Pryor 
Barner Joseph, col'd, lab, r Clarke, bet Martin and Connally 
Barnes Abner L, butcher 395 Marietta, r 406 Marietta 
Barnes Annie M Miss, editor The Acanthus 
Barnes Augustus, ooPd, lab, r 300 W Mitchell 
Barnes Edward, ool'd, wks W & A R R, r es Jackson, nr Harris 
BARNES JAMES J, produce com mer, 49 E Alabama, r 425 

Whitehall , , ,. ^^_ 

Barnes Lovic P,(McCain & Barnes), and policeman, r 13 Haynes 
Barnes Rosa, ooFd, laundress, r 78 Eraser 
Barnes Susap, coPd, laundress, r ws Hilliard, nr Irwin 
Barnes Thomas W, wlttchman State House, r rear 5 Castleberry 
Barnes Woods, wks Capitol, r 13 Haynes 
Barnett Addison F, elk, bds 16 Powers 
Barnett James, coFd, lab, r 40 Fort 
Barnett Marion, with J A Watson, r 77 Whitehall 
BABNETT NATHAN C, Secretary of State, r 16 Powers 
Barnum Nathan, col'd, waiter Markham House 



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Barnwell Charles F, asst bkkpr M C and J F Kiser A Co, bds 
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Barnwell V T, music teacher, r 206 Luckie 
Barney Doc, col'd, wks Markham House 

Barr Hf'y.pv^whier Sou Exp Co, r 86 E Guroett 

^""J^nu \ ^A^P' Moore, Marsh & Co, bds 50 N Broad 
iiarrett Charles A, engineer W <& A RE 
Barrett E C, wid Joseph L, r 305 Marietta 
Barrett Isaac J, carpenter Longley & Robinson, r Mitchell, 
nw cor Pryor ' 

Barret James S, wks Ga R R, r 49 W Simpson 
Barrett John R, wks W & A R R, r 77 MWes al 
Barrett Joseph M, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

S!^i! ^^1^ T conductor A & W Pt R R, r 19 W Fair 
Barrett Sarah, col'd, laundress, r Kile's Row 
Barrett Thomas, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Barrett Zip, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Barrick B F, fireinan W & A R R, bds Callaway House 
Barron Lucy, col'd, cook, r ns Hunter, nr Hayna 
^arron Esther, coFd, laundress, r 61 Humphries 
Barron Primus W, ool'd, wks Jack 4& Holland 

« "^ ^r** i? "^"^^ ^^* ^ ^ Co, r 2$ Hilliard 
Barrow Wilham R, prmter, r W Hunter, nr Biynes 
^rry Charles M, cotton buyer, r 1 72 Decatur 
Barry John A (Moore, Marsh & Co), r 170 Decatur 
Barry Robert L (Moore, Marsh 4rCo), r Decatur, Ga 
Bariy Stephen, coFd, porter J Hirachberg <& Co 
-Bartlett James, meat market, 336 Decatur 
Barton Robert H, watchman A-L R R, r 608 Decatur 

5*^T,^°^' I> W AUeu, propr; 50 Decatur 
Barwald David, elk, r 145 Mangum 

Barwald Morris (J Hirechberg & Co), r 134 W Mitehell 
^kin Arnold, engineer, r 57 Bush 

Baskin Zachariah, gas fitter, r 60 W & A R R 

Bass Cherry, cM'd, cook, r rear 51 Pulliam 

Bass Cicero, col'd, brick mason, r ns Hunter, e of Haynes 

Bass Howard L, printer Constitution, bds 35 TattnalJ 

Bass James M engineer W & A R R, i. 36 W SimpM>n 

Bass Kittle, col'd, cook, r rear 14 W Mitehell 

Bass Mary, wid W T, jr 35 TattnaU 

Bass Walter B, civil engineer, r 24 S Broad 
Bass W A teacher High School, r Humphries, bey limite 
Bastian John A, with £ongley <fe Robinson, r Grant, nr Fair 
Baswell J C, barkpr Albambra, bds 145 Walton 

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Bateman Clayborn, 23 Manetta, r Edgewood 
Bateman Sandi Mrs, bds Edgewood 

Bates Andrew, lawyer, 40 Marietta, bds Markham House 
Bates Betsy, ool'd, laundress, r W8 Randolph, nr hmits . 

Bates Edwin (Edwin Bites & Co), r 6 Pryor 

St^ Edwin & Co (Edwm Bates and -), clothing, 6 S Pryor 

Bates Henry, ool'd, laW, r 111 N Collins 

Battle John C, grocer, 129 Cha«a ^ 

Battle Lea R, trav agt, bds 28 N Forsyth 

Battle London, col'd, lab, r ws Rabins, nr >* ells 

BatUe Scott, col'd, lal».r rear 104 W Peters 

Battle Seaborn, ool'd, drayman, bds ws Robbins, nr Wells 

Bauehan Benjamin, painter, r 53 Chapd 

i^ulhrnan Sa^lHe. wik A W, r 142 8 Fwsyth 

BauTdin Henry E, ool'd, physician, r 98 N Calhoun 

Bazzell Richard, col'd, lab, r 317 Mangum 

Baziell William, col'd, lab, r 88 Mayes al », , ^ «„ 

B^h Aaron J, wks Hunniontt & Bellingraths, bds 144 Mc- 

Donough ,, -TV 1- 

Beach Solomon 8, physician, r 144 McDonough 
Beach Solomon JV, bkkpr A-L Ry, bds 144 McDonough 
Bealer E J W, wid Dr 6 B r 47 Church ,. p „ „ , -o 

^1 Andrew J, (Taylor, Muse & Beall), and dk C R R, r 7& 

Nelson , n j. 

Beall Courtney, col'd, trader, r 86 Houston 

Beall C, bds 78 Nelson . , ,-o vr i 

Beall Samuel O, bkkpr C Bridwell, bds <8 Nelson 
Beall S C, wid J«hn S, r 78 Nelson „ ^ , „ 
Beall William W, engineer C B R, Ms 78 Ndson 
Beaman Casar, o^Vd, wks-Pelligrini A ^^^''JH J^L* 
! Bean R L, printer J P Harrison k Co, bdsss Hunter, nr Fort 
Sr MaxX grocer, es McDaniel, bet Richardson and Whitehall- 
Beard IJ, cook R G Thompeon 
Beard William W, pdnter, r 171 Fort 
BEARD see also BAIRD . 

Beardin Aaron E, pdioemaii, r 398 Collins _, - . p „ ^ 
BEABDSLET CABLES, tram despatcher W & A R K, r 

255 McDonough „ „. -rr i *• « vw»» 

Bearfield Jackson, 5)l'd, painter A T Finney, r Valentine, cor 

Butler t -n 
Beasley CaroUne, ool'd, laundreas, r 29 Green's Ferry av 
Beasley James, eoM, lab, r 103 Fraser 
Beasley Mar y, oprd, cook, r rear 66 Walk er ' 

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Beasley Maijr, col'd, laundress, r 14 Grewi's Ferry av 

Beasley Matilda C, wid James, r 66 Walker 

Beatie David A (Jones & Beatie), r 152 McDonough 

Beatie Benjamin, ctl'd, butcher, r Whitehall, cor Peters 

Beavers Charles, wks C R R, bds 120 S Forsyth 

Beavers George, col'd, kb, r es S Pryor, nr limits 

Beavers Jordan, ool'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Beavers R M, wks W & A R R, r 41 Ma^ne 

Beavers William C, wks W & A R R, r 300 Mangum 

Bechtoldt Edward, baker, 258 Marietta 

Beck Adam, col'd, drayman, r 1 Mayes' al 

Beck Alexander, with Abbott <fe Bro, bds, 108 Marietta 

Beck Andrew J Rev, pastor Central Baptist Church, r Peeples. 

cor Gordon, W E St 

Beck Elsie, ool'd, laundress, r 32 Markham ^ 

Beck Eugene W, bds 272 Peachtree 
Beck E S, wid John, r 272 Peachtree 
Beck Lacy Rev, col'd, r 152 N Butler 
Beck Lewis H (Tommey, Stewart & Beck), r 42 Cooper 
Beck Milred, col'd, o#ok, r 42 E Harris 
Beck William A, elk B A Camp, bds 33 Bailey 
Becker Victor H, elk ice factory, bds 55 W Hunter ^ 

Bedell William A, cotton buyer, 44 E Alabama, bds 50 Walton S- 
Bedford Harbert, shoemkr, r 14 Thurmond 
Bedford Rufus, col'd, wks J R Wylie <fe Co $, 

Beedles Henry, col'd, fruit stand, 34 Decatur, r 113 Chapel S 
Beerman Charles (Beerm an & Kuhrt), r 198 Whitehall ' 2 

BEEBMAN ft EUHRT (Charles Beerman and HGKuhrt) ^ 
cigars and tobacco whol and ret, 1 Whitehall, and Kimball « 
House ^ 

Beethoven Society, Julias L Brown, pres ; C E Currier, sec • 

Ga R R building, Loyd, opp Alabama '■ 
Belborn Harrison G, elk A O M Gay, bds 272 Peachtree 

Belcher Barney G, lab, r 219 Haynes S* 

Belcher Collins H, wks A-L R R, r 16 Moore 'ft 

Belcher Florence, ool'd, seamstress, r 5 Ivy fif 

Belcher Solomon, watdimao, r 20 Haynes m 

Belcher Thomas Rev, col'd, paator Shiloh M E Church, r 16 ^ 

Chapel 4> 

Belcher Thomas J, wks Gas Works, r 93 Chapel p 

Belger James Maj, Q M 2d Inf, r McPherson^ Barracks 1^ 

Bell Allen J, elk Comptroller Oeneeal's oflSoe, r 223 Luekie ^ 

Bell Elias, col'd, shoemkr, r Amoe nr Peeples, W E <* 
Bell Emma Mrs, r 67 N ftyor 



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Sll fS i (MF«rf •^il J 8 8,B«U), sewing m«>h.D« «kJ fix- 
Bell G^VfdkBG Thomp«n. r 56 N Calhoun , 
Bell Harrison T,r 34 Powers . wF 

Bell Henry, ooFd, lab, r Amos, "f P«Pl«{j7 Z 
M^« L, coidactorWPtRB, r 47^ Windsor 

Bell John, col'd. Macksmith, r tear 169 Jones 

S John 8 8 (i Bell & Co), bds 235 Ivy 

i3 Knoble P, elk R P 8 Kimbro, bd. 78 Nelson 

Bd KcoW, janitor Orphans' Fr^ 8oImo1, r 174 What 

b! I MStaiTla^tt,** Marietta, r Alexander, cor Lnckie 

£11 mSS^'a^I™ a Beli & 8on), lawyer. Centennial 

aBldc. 3 Whitehall, r 49 Hood , «. • xj ii^in 

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^Atlanta RealEstate Agency, 1 Centennwl Bldg, 3 Whitehall 

I Bell ttus^'Vawyer, 16 Whitehall, r 152 S Pryor 

S Bell MarSi E, wid Henry, r '2 ET^ers 
I Bell Mary, col'd, cook, r "« ^ W Hunter 
|i Bell M E, wid W M, r 143 N Calhmin 
O Bell Nathan, col'd, porter Hitchins & Bro, r W Ji. 
«i Bell O P, dk, bds 33 Powers 
r; Bell Patience, col'd, laundress, r 107 Spring 

"Rell Peter col'd. lab, r ws Gate City, nr limits ^ 
M Bdl KiirH'fMi^rcus A Bdl & ^n), bds 49 Hood 
5 Bell Eosa, col'd, laundros, r 132 E Harm 
pa Bell 8 L, conductor W & A B E, r Emggold, Ga 
il Bdl Thomas, col'd, porter Wilson Heow, r 7 Maple 

g mi T H, ticket Editor W & A R B,,bds 50 N Broad 
■S Bell Thomas, col'd, lunch room, 484 Manrtta 

S iSi WALTER S, lumber dealer, 26 Line, cor Pryor, bds 
*-% 56 N Calhoun 

h Bell William, elk J H Ketner 

"5 Bell William, col'd, lab, r 120 E Baker 
S Bell William, col'd, waiter, 12J Marietta 
^ Be I William C. col'd, shoe mkr, 32 W Peters, r WE 
1^ Sll William H, Maj U 8 A, chief C 8, Dept South, ods Kim- 

•3 Bell Wlliam W, cashier State Savings Bank, r 45 W HarrU 

-SbcII W H (Bell & Kilby), r 78 Elliott 
^*R«ai W T. salesman, bds 67 N Pryor . 
- - Bdl & KilMW H Bdl and P P Kilbv), grocers, 270 Marietta 
• Bellah John, polisher W Gray, r 18 Chapel 

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Bellah J D, with R O Dpuglass, r 31 Gnibb 
Bellamy J L, elk R A HempiiH; bds 8 Wheat ^^i^ 

Bellenger James P (BelleDgcr & Stewart), r 2§9 N Collins ^ 
BelleDger Mary, coFd, laundress, r K)6 EUiott ft^ 

Bellenger & Stewart (J P Bellenger and J M Stewart). iiieat>9 
. . market, 92 Peachtreeand IW Marietta S 

Bellingrath Albert (Hunnicutt A Bellingraths), r Spring, ne oor'S 
Harris . ■ "^ 

Bellingrath Edward, elk Hunhici|U & Bellingraths, bds 80 QD 
Peaqhtree ::^ 

Bellingrath Henry, machinist Atlanta Ikfoebtne Worln P 

Bellingrath Herman, machinist Winihip & Bro, r 175^E Hunter g 
Bellingrath Leonard (Hunnicutt & Bellingraths), r 30 Peachtree S 
Bellwood Bfiptist Church, Rev J Z Bush pjwtor; 88 Marson'a fi 
Ferry rd, BelJwood - .... ^^ 

Bender Charles, meat market, 115 Whitehall, r Humphries nr 

limits ' *^ ' 

Bender Fred, elk J Lagomarsino, bds 50 W Hunter 
Bender J D, col'd, drayman, r 265 Crew , ^ 

Bender Louis, fireman W & A R R, bds 50 W Hunter M 

Bender Mary A, wid William, r 30 Rock » O 

BENDSB WnXIAM, saloon and boarding, 46 to 50 W ^ 
Hunter o g 

Benedict Charles (Furchgott, Ben^ict & Co), bds Kimball O 
House tt 

Benger Frank, col'd, lab, r 117 Markham M 

Benjamin Bridget, ooFd, cook,^ r Jennings al, bet Rawson and o 
Jones / 43 

Benjamin Lucy A, wid SB, r 21 Mechanic 
Bennett Albert, col'd, lab, r 30 Gate City 
Bennett Americus, col'd, wks W S Grisham, r 116 E Cain 
Bennett Benjamin F (V P SisSon <fe Co), r 126 McDonooffh 
Bennett Frances S, wid S V, r 11 Markham 
Bennett Henry, driver Street R R Coi r 41 Peachtree 
Bennett John W, engineer Ga R R, r 145 Ga R R 
Bennett Joseph, engineer Ga R R, r 52 Ga R R 
Bennett Lewis, blacksmith, 113 Decatur, r 251 Marietta 
Benson C F, trav a^t, r Crew, bet Richardson and Crumley 
Benson Mollie, col'd, laundress, r 137 Lqckie 
Befttley Joseph, cpl'd, carpenter, r Jennings al, bet Rawson and ^ 
Jones If 

Bentley Lea, col'd, cook, r W Humphries, nr limite P 

Bentley Lewis, col'd, shoemkr, 272I)ecatur W 

Bentley Moses H, col'd, barber, r 179 Thompson m 

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^ benton lobelia A. wid B E, r 39 Chu^h _ , , 
M Bente Joeepb, ool'd, carpenter, r 233 Rolling *iui 
S £S Jo-ejh ool'd, lab, r 114 Rolling Mill 

:! P:SrilTAMKratd%Owen).iob printer, 
SWl^l' ?o?n7S^n. & ^rkele).r 328 W^^^^^ 

I BERW)hTbAL«EE (P Berron and 8 G Balmer), hotel 
S Berry Charles M, boots and shoes. 33 f eachtree, do 
iBerr^Eui^ne M (Berry & Co and Miller & Berry), r 79 E 
•^ Berry^oirge M, engineer A-L R R,r 79 N Odhoun 
^ S5 Srfet, c;i'd,Vndres8, r ws Hoge, Pr Wh«t 
• ^ James M, ool'd, brick mason, r rear 164 W Feter* 
^ 1 Ber.> James M, painter, r 67 Stonewall 
^ Berry Jane, wid V G, bds 149 Ira 

a Bcrrv Joseph, col'd, lab, r 4 Horton 

* SS JauiL b, col'd, shoemkr, r 130 C^romley 

X BenV Maxwell R, contractor, r 47 Walton 

CeI tree, ne cor Decatur 

5 Berryman James, hackman, r 55 SBroa^ 

g S^man M E, wid J L, r 65 W Foundry 

S Btthere Ella Miss, Ms 8 Grant Talia Turner pnn; Fort, 

" Bethel Church Conference School, col d, J ulia l urner pnu, , 

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Bieser John C, elk J R, Sanders, r Edgewood 

Bigby Alexander, col'd, cook, r ^ James 

Bigby Pompey, col'd, wks W <fe A R B, r ss Henry, nr Mani^^um 

Biggers Stephen T (Biggers & Auten), and councilman Fifth 

ward, r 65 Luckie 
Biggers Willis R, paymaster A-LRy, r 110 Mangura 
Biggers & Auten (S T Biggers and R M Auten), physicians, 

SIN Broad 
Bigham E L, carpenter, r 34 Grartrell 
Biesbee Alexander, col'd, waiter Berron <& Balmer 
Bilbro Charles R, with Morrison, Bain & Co, bds Walton, cor 

Fairlie 
Bill J H Maj, 8urge6n 2d Inf, r McPherson Barracks 
BHls L C, wid Lewis, r 214 Elliott 
Billups^ A C, asst sec Y M L A, r Decatur, Ga 
Billups William, col'd, lab, r rear 378 S Pryor 
Bingham Charles, col'd, lab, r rear 104 W Peters 
Bingham Fernandez J, elk, bds 50 Ivy 
Bingham James A, collector, r 50 Ivy 
Binyard Joseph, lab, r 8 N Bell ^ 

Bird Carrie, col'd, nurse, r 16 Thompson 
Bird Gary, col'd, lab,4P US Walker 
Bird David, ool'd, gai'den^r, r 31 Crumley 
Bird Dinah, col'd, obck, r^ W Hunter 
Bird Harriet, col'd, laoadfiss, r es Mitchell nr Haynes \ 
Bird Irwin, grooef, 12 Marietta, r West End 
Bird Lena, col'd, laundress, r 213 W Mitchell 
Bird Mahala, cold, laundress, r 96 Jones 
Bird Matilda G, col'd, seamstress, r 166 S Forsyth 
Bird Mitchell H, col'd, grocer, 92 Houston 
Bird Nelson, col'd, lab, r ss Ga R R, nr Grant 
Bird Parry, col'd, lab, uds 91 Rawson 
Bird Philip, col'd, cabinet mkr H Coles, r 135 Magazine 
Bird Robert, with J C Nicholls A Bro, bds 77 Decatur 
Bird R L, elk I Bird, bds West End 
Bird Thomas, col'd, lab, r ws Markham, nr Haynes 
Bird William, col'd, lab, r 92 Jones 

Bird W D, col'd, barber, r Harris, se cor Calhoun < 

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Birden Henrietta, col'd, seamstress, r 16 Thompson 
Birge Joseph, col'd, viks Atlanta Machine Wks 
Bishop Charles, shoemkr G W Jenkins, r ss Merritt's av, nr 

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^iahop John C, Chrpentor Longley A Robinson, rss Clarke, be* 
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«»iOp John, tifllfmr, r county . 
-^iahop John V, bwlermkr, r 146 Jonef 

^iBtahop Luanda, col'd, cook, r 26 Jamee 

*^ Biahop Thomas T (Bishop & Co), bds 160 S Pryor 

BUhop & Co (T T Bishop and W C Wynne), mnfrs Bishop » 

t Water Elevator, 12 W Alabama . , ,ET?Vr-f„i.-n 

BUick Edward J, printer- J P Harrison & Co, bds 15 E Mitchell 
Black Eliar, carpenter W A A R R, r 35 ^xsk 
Black Eugene PVrecord dk W A A R R, bds 28 N Forsyth 
Black George, striker Atlanta RolHng Mill Co 
Black John, molder Atlanta Foundry , ^^ ^ 
Black Lawwn, register in bankruptcy and U 8 commissioner, 
61 E Alabama, r 64 Spring . , ^, o • 

„ Black Thomas F, lawyer, 61 E Alabama, bds 64 Spring 
2 Black William W, bds 64 Spring 

^ Blackburn Anna, eol'd, cook, r 151 ThomMon ^ 

ii Blackburn Bartow, wks Ga R R shops, bds Alabama, se cor 

J Blackbur^n James, col'd, carpenter, r ee Holland, bet Glenn and 

dp' Wells 

•* Blackburn Lizzie, wid E P, r Alabama, ee cor Pryor 

^ Blackburn Bichmond, ooFd, lab, r rear 162 Elliott 

Blackburn William S, tmv agt, r 64 Mangum 
- Blacker Charles B, dep U S marshal, bds 61 W Hunter 

t Blackman B D, wks Ga R R - 

Blackman Jamea M, machinist Atlanta Machine Wka , - 
m Blackman John, plasterer, r 206 N Collins 
g Blackman Peter, ool'd, lab, r 137 N C^houn 
^ Blackman Bichard,cord, wks W & A R R 
S Blackmon James, r ss North av, nr Fort 
S Blackstock Elizabeth, wid Kenney, bds 71 McDaniel 
•^ Blackstock John, stone mason, r 71 MoDaniel 
S Blackwell George, col'd, lab, r es Calhoun, nr Cox 
M Blackwell Nancy Mrs, r 24 R R, cor Calhoun _ 

« Blackwell William, col'd, janitor station house, r 25 ^ indsor 
Blair Charles A, col'd, waiter Mrs N N Archer, r 278 Wheat 
Blair Richard, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Blake Amanda, nol'd, laundress, r 250 W 1 air ^ 
Blake Henry, col'd, wks J F Edwards, r 66 Richmond 
•^ Blake Joseph, col'd, brakeman, r 66 Richmond 
^■j. Blake Mary, col'd, laundress, r rear IS^^ChapeJ 
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Blanchard Edward R, carpento, r 27 E AUtt^thii 

Blanchard Moses C, inaoraoce ageat, r 145 W Mitchell 

Blanchard Peter, eol'd, lab, r rear 678 Ifecatar 

Blanchard Waid H, trader, r 145 W Mitchell 

Bli^ Green, col'd, wks Atlanta Rc^IiQ^ Mill Go 

Bland Jesse, col'd, fireman Atlanta RolHng Mill Co 

Blanks John, kb, r Edeiewood 

Blanks Nancy E Miss, bds Edgewood 

Blanton Benjamin, ool'd, hb, r 29 Biggers* 
' Blanton G W, student, bds 143 N Calhoun ^ 

Bleckley L^n E Hon, judge Supreme Court, State House, fatf 
r 178 I^chtree ^^ ST 

Bliley Francis X, cabinet mkr, 23 E Hunter, r 187 E Hunter ^ 

Block Frank E, candy mnfr, 24 E Alabama, r 212 Ivy 

Blodgett Eliza E Mrs, bds 92 Luckie S^ 

Blodgett John F, assistant mailing elk P O, r 92 Luckie 

Blodeett Tom M, route agent U S.Ry M S, r 92 Luckie 

Blood Thomas, col'd, wks A-L By, p rear 109 Decatur 

Blood T J, ool'd, lab, Ga R R 

Bloodworth L J, elk 8 M Inman & Co. 

Bloomfield Michael, stone cutter, r 79 E Huntel* 

Blount Matthew, machinist, r 47 N Collins 

Blount M, col'd, lab, r 180 Qarke 

Blount Patrick J, barkpr, bds 47 N Collins 

Blunt John, wks W & A R R, p 138 Walton 

Board ef Education, Hon Joseph E Brown, pres ; High School 

Building 
Board of Health, J T Johnson, chairman; office 25 Whitehall 
Board of Police Comr's, G T Dodd, pres; 47 8 Pryor 
Boatright John B, cabinet mkr Castleberry & Co, p 46 N Butler 
' Boaz George R, r 61 WHarris 
Bobo C, carpenter, r 15 Means 
Bobo George W, with E Cahn, r 21 Hood • 
Bobo J H, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co ^ 

Bobo Willis G (Bobo <fe Chapman), r ai Hood wk 

Bobo & Chapman (W G Bobo and E M Chapman), grocers, »- 

118 Whitehall 
Bodie T A, wid N A, r 72 S Foray th 
Body Guy, col'd, lab, r 213 Havnes 
Body Valentine, ool'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co . 
Boettcher Richard, elk, p 357 W Peters 
Boggs John p, wks Atlanta Rolling mil Co, r 7 Fowler 
Boggs Wesley A, wks Atlanta Rollinji: Mill Co, r 7 Fowler 
Boggus Henry, col'd, lab, p rear 30 S Bell 

PULLMAM PALACK cars Imwe Atlant* daily for WMhinirton 
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^-^Boilus Virginia, wid Thanms B, r 6 Collins 
rf'so^Thomas, Wks Rolling Mill, r ss Manetta rd, nr Poud- 

^BOmn^LD CHABLES, undertaker and cabinet mkr, 

^Bohnrfeld O^, with Phillips, Crew & Freyer, r 58 E Cain 

^Bohnefeld Richard, cabinet mkr, r 6 Magazine ^ 

•'Bolapd K H, physician and sec and treas Nat burg Inst, r 

5 Alabama, nw cor Pryor h, „ .• 

^ Bolden Samuel, ool'd, lab, r Tnmlin, cor Gallatin 

•2- Boles Robert, col'd, blacksmith, r ws Lane, nr Ga K K 

^ Bolin 8L, wid TL,r 289 WFair 

8 Bolin William P, watchman, r 289 W Fair 

'i Boiler G R, fruit stand, 109 Whitehall 

Boiling James, propr drays, r 60 Ivy ' 

BoUmL John B, with W Bo Iman, r 10 Whitehall 
^ Bellman William, watches, clocks and jewelry, 10 Whitehall 

, Bolsius A H, dk, r 214 Haynes ri.ii,«..„ 

3 Bolton Robert D, car driver, r Comer, nw cor Calhoun 
% Bomar Elias, elk, r 191 Markham 
i Bomar George, col'd, former, r 300 Crew > 
j| Bomar Henry, col'd, carpenter, r 100 Haynes 
^ Bomar Isabella, col'd. nurse, r 300 Crew .„ ^ 

* Bomar Oliver, col'd, porter Crane, Boylston & Co, r 293 Mc- 
i| Donough „ „ 

■^ Bomar Sarah E, wid B F, Ms 227 S Pryor x.„,„„ait 
Bomar William A, bkkpr, r ns Jones, bet Pryor and Formwalt 
Bond Travis H, wks W & A R R depot, r 38 Alexander 
^ Bondurant Robert E, carpenter A-L Ry shop, r 37 E Mitchell 
S Bone Sanders, carpenter, r ss GaR R,nrCirant 
P Bone James C, wks W & A R R, r 141 EH.ott 
pa Bone William H, elk Terry & Morris, bd. Ga R R, nr Grant 
M Bonnell William A, r 63 Eraser ,,„,„„ 
SB Bonnell W B, prin Walker St School, rl36 S Pryor 
S Bonner Nathan, col'd, wks Markham House 
2 Bonnett Marion, elk, bds 10 W Mitchell 
O Booker Frank, col'd, wks J H Glover, r Rawson, nr Fraser 
^i% Bookont John, cashboy M Rich & Bro, bds 47 Tattnall 
2 Kut John'M, watohmkr, 21 Whitehall, r 47 Tattnall 
m Boon Eliza Mrs, r ns Dairy, w of McAfee 
, Boon Thomas W, wks Pellegrini A Castlebery. ' l^l W Pete« 
Boos Andrew, candy mkr Jack & Holland, bds 5o 8 Forsyth 
Booth G eorge J, r 236 Elliott 

TnTNTTP ALL LINEN 8Wrt» "»*• ^ »"'«'• **■ »** 1*' **'"' "* "P* 
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Booth William K, wagon mkr, 74 W; Patera, r 1^ W Peters 

Boring John, col'd, carpenter, r ns HiEurriBy nr Hilliard 

Boring John M, physician, 61 8 Forsyth 

Boring W H, lab, r ns Wells, nr Holland 

Born T H, wks W & A E R 

Boroughs George W (G W Boroughs & Co), bds Markham 

House 
Boroughs G W & Co (G W Boroughs and E M M Hopper), 

whol cigars and tobacco, 90 S Broad 
Borse General, coFd, shoemkr, 130 W Mitchell, r 25 Pettis 
Bostian John A , yard foreman Longley & Bobinson 

BOSTICX ABTHUB B, supt's sec W (^ A R R, r 138 W 

Mitchell 

Bostick Arthur C, elk W & A R R, bds 138 W Mitchell 

Bostrom A A, tailor J Lynch, r llj Broad 

Bostrom E A, mechanical engineer, 13 S Broad * 

Bostrom S, wid Jacob, r 150 N Caihoun 

Bostwick Joseph, col'd, lab, bds 66 Magazine 

Bostwick Peter, col'd, lab, r 66 Magazine 

Bostwick T R (Landrum & Bostwick), r 150 Collins 

Boswell Thoma^ col'd, lab, r rear 19 Markham 

Bosworth James L (Turner & Bosworth), r 2 Marietta 

Botsford E Mrs, r 16 Jenkins 

Boulte Adolph, watchmkr A R Everett 

Bouteli George H, carpenter, r 55 Ellis 

Boutell John, carpenter, r 138 N Collins 

Bony Mary, col'd, cook, r 151 W Peters 

Bowden Oliver, ool'd, blacksmith, 142 Walton, r 167 Marietta 

Bowden Patsey, col'd, laundress, r 216 Mangum 

Bowen Ephraim, col'd, lab, r 16 Corput 

Bowen F M, carpenter, r 183 Fillmore 

Bowen George W, watchman, r 175 8 Forsyth 

Bowen James, col'd, lab, r 105 GuUatt 

Bowen John C, planing mill, r 175 8 Forsyth 

Bowen Jonas, col'd, shoe mkr, 75 W Peters, r 67 Haynes 

Bowen Jones, col'd, lab,.r 105 Gullatt 

Bowen Joseph M, wks A-L Ry, r 52 N Butler 

Bowen 8andy, col'd, boarding, 36 Decatur 

Bowie John A (Bowie & Gholstin), r 120 S Pryor ^ 

Bo wie Ka te, col'd, cook, r 78 Hilliard 

BOWlE ft GH0LT8IN (J A Bowie and L GholsUn), gro- 
cers whol, 42 and 44 E Alabama 

Bowler Thomas, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 

Bowles , wks Ga R R, bds Fair, nw cor Terry 

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Boyd Alenmi^r, orfd, lab, 1 71 Martin 
r^yd AnderMm, 6olM, lab, r Htintef, cor Gulktt 
lilJBoyd Anthony, col'd, llA, r 162 N CKlhoon 
^DTD OHABLES, physieJan, 49 Peacbtree " 
^Boyd Green, col'd, lab, r Grant, sc oor Glenn 
SOTD SAJlC 8 (Walker <fe Boyd), bds 60 N Broad 
jBoyd James F, policeman, r 443 Marietta 
•Boyd Jtoies S, grocer, 98 PeacMree, bds 61 Marietta 
^IBoyd John, col'd, driver C Bohnefeld, r 37 MarieiU 

g- Boyd Jordan, coFd, drayman, r rear 41 W Mitchell 
Boyd Joseph, r 20 Pratt 
.Boyd Martha A, wid W H, r 68 N Calhoun 
a Boyd Mary, col'd, laundress, r 99 Decatur 
5 Boyd Richard M, elk J A Taylor, r 68 N Collins 






Boyd Robert. E, dep U 8 Marshal 
Boyd Samuel, col'd, porter Kimball House 
Boyd Thomas J, yardmaster Ga R R, r 20 Foster 
Boyd Virgil H, conductor Ga R R, bds 68 N Collms 
V Boyd Walter C, elk Sharman & Mangum, bds 20 Pratt 
^ Bovd William W, r 200 Jackson 
Boykin Thomas C Rey, r 39 Pulliam 
Boyle John, auctioneer, r 324 Whitehall 
- Boyle John M, trimmer J M Smith, r 163 Mangum 
? Boyles E R, brick mason, r Mills, ne cor Scott 
J? Boylston Henry (Crane, Boylston & Co), r 136 Peacbtree 
^ Boylston John R (Crane, Boylston & Co), rCharleeton, b C 

§Boynton Annie E Mrs, dress mkr, 171 E Simpson 
o Boynton Bros (H A and G H Boynton), whol grocers, 28 il* 

S Alabama _ 

>t Boynton Charles E (Chamberlin, Boynton & Co), r 216 Rawsoft 

** Boynton Clara, wid Hollis, bds 216 Rawson 

Boynton Elnathan, carpenter, r 171 E Siiapson 
-i Boynton George H (Boynton Bros), r 216 Rawson 
f Boynton Hollis A (Boynton B ros), r 41 Windsor 
* BOYS AND OnOS OP THE SOUTH, John H Seals^ 

editor and propr; 24 S Broad. (See adv. opp. p. 17) 
Bozse Robert, wks J H Young, r Decatur, nr Ella 
Bozeman James F, r 119 E Mitchell 
^ Brackin John, fireman W & A R R 
^ Brackner Mary, wid J T, r 40 W Baker 
Bradbury Charles O, painter, bds 70 Stonewall 
Bradbury James R, wks A-L Ry, bds Campbell House 
■— • Bradbury Laura J Miss, tailoress, bds 146 Nelson 
P4 Bradbur y Macie, wid K W, r 289 W Fair ^ 

CO ^^rtTMBSili Md I-INBN SHIRTS, op*« front or \mk^ ^^"t'^jl^T?/ 
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Bradbury M H Miss, taHor^, bds 146 Nelsbn , 
Bradbury Sallie, od|d, cook, r es Calhoub, br Mferritt^av 
BSADBUBY WliJJAM S. house, sign ami bmamentai 
jointer, 21 J E Alabama, r 70 StoAewaU. (S^ id v. p. 7tJ) 
Bradneld Josiah, with Hunt, Rankib «& Lamar, r 168 Lbyd 
Bradfield Lewis |I, elk Hunt, Rankin & L^aSr, bds 168 Loyd 
Bradford Anthony, col'd, lab, r resit 99 S Fonsyth 
Bradley Grant, col'd, p(^ D F & W R Hatamond 
Bradley James M, conductor W <fe A R R. r ns James, nr limiu 
Bradley John M, (Veal & Bradley), r 1 IH^wel! 
Bradley Sam uel, r oi^te ag:t U S Ry M S, bds 35 Luckie 
BEADSTSEET J M ft SOIT CO, THiB, Impkt>ved Mercan- 
tile Agency, J L Fonda, supt; 11 Jamed Bank Block, 6i 
Whiteball. (See adv. p. 66.) 
Brady Katie Mrs, seamstress, r 214 Decatur 
Brady Timothy, porter J Ryan, bds 214 Decatur 
Brady Thomas E, fireman Ga R R, r 196 E Jones 
Bragg Shirley, physician, 1 Line, cor Peacbtree 
Bramlett David, elk Jack & Holland, bds 164 Nelson 
Bramlett Nathan A, fiirmer, r 164 Nelson 
Branan Charles I, elk McMillan & Snow, bds 126 Hoaston 
Branan John C A, conductor A & W Pt R R, r 1^6 Houston 
Brandon Susan E, wid A J, r 122 S Forsyth 
Branham A J Mrs, r 240 Peacbtree 
Brauham Elvira, col'd, laundress, r 18 Thompson 
Branham W R Rev, pastor Edgewood M E Church, r Decatur rd 
Brannon Thomas, dfiver Street RR Co, r 64 Mangum 
Brantley Grant, ooKd, janitor, r rear 14 W Mitchell ' 
Brantley r— , student, bds 8 S Broad 
Braselton Ann Miss, dressmkr, bds Alabama, se cor Pryor 
Braselton Howell J, painter, bds Alabama, se cor Pryor 
Braselton Martha Miss, dressmkr, bds Alabama, se cor Pryor 
Braselton V L, wkl J R, r Alabama, se cor Pryor 
Brasil Lacy, carpenter, r 27 J^Ha 

Braumuller Otto L (Turner & Braumuller), bd$ 297 WhitebaH 
Brausse B, elk Elsas, May <& Co 

Braxton H W, janitor Atlanta Med College, r 86 Alexander 
BRAY WELLBOBN M, lawyer, 21 Marietta 
Brazel York, col'd, carpebter, r 76 Richmond 
Breen Michael, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 463 Marietta 
Brietenbucher Philip, saloon, 12 and 14 Whitehall, r 67 Elliott 
Brenner Willii^m, mill-stone mnfr and mill fumishfer, 73 E Al- 
abama, r 72 Decatur 
Brenning Casper, w ks Atlanta City Brewery, r 248 N Collins 

TO SECURE SPEED. Safety and Oomfort. boy Tkskcto tU The 
Kennesaw Route, l^ ^- WRENN, General Passenger Agent. 





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Brewer J L, painter Winship & Bro, r 22 Haydea 
Brewer Milton H, r 196 WMitehell 

Brewer Samuel, fireman W & A R B 

Br«wer S G Mrs, r 345 Marietta « , u , 

Blrew8ter Eliza, <lol'd, laundress, r ns Tattnall, nr Markham ^, 

Brewster Henry, ool'd, barber, r 2&0 Decatur 

Brewrtisr Osbom H, ool'd, barber National Hotel 

BSIAHT G J, groopr whol and ret, 48 Decatur, r 102 J>e- 

Briant William M, carpenter, r ws South, rir Fourth 

BRIANT, see also BRYANT 

Brioe Smith, ool'd, wks W U Tel Co 1,,. ,. „ 

Ege Jam^s, Jr J R Wylie & Co), r 138 Whitehall 

Bridger John C, elk W 8 Wilson & Bro 

Bridires Henry, ool'd, lab, r rear 1 Fa" , 

Bridges J H, grocer. Marietta rd, Bellwood 

Bridges R H, wks W & A R R *,r.„K5. ii9Q 

Bridges William D, oik Chamberlin Boynton & Co, bds 112 S 

BridweTl Cicero, grocer, 100 W Mitchell, r257 W Mitchell 
Bridwell Harriet, wid Johnson, r 106 W Mitchell 
Bridwcll James, carpenter, r 146 J^k8cn_ ^ 
Bridwell John A, stone mason, r 124 W -Hunter 
Bridwell Luther, wks Atlanta RoUingMiU ^o' 
Bridwell Malaohi L, wood yard, 219Wur, r 166 Decatur 
Bridwell Sallie, wjd Henry, r 124 W Hunter 
Bridwell S E Mrs, r ws Savannah, nr Oa «k K 
Bridwell Zion, printer J P Harrison & Co, r ns Pine, nr Luck.e 
Briegs F O, lieut 2d Inf, r McPherson ^racks 
Brinkley George. <»1'<^» ^**>' ' 22 ^"*°* ^'"■'^ ""^ 
B^ Phn'ip j'J'lks Snta Rolling Mill Co, r 465 Marietta 
Britt Joel, trader, r 30 Howell tj, ,^k 

BixMibh Thomas, col'd, finisher, r w^ State, nr Fourth 
BSdAD JOHN, saloon, 76 S Broad, r 65 Windsor 
Brobston T H S, lawyer, bds 51 N Forsyth 
BBOCK BBOS (J T and F P Brock), whol cigars and tobacco, 
1 1 Decatur n 

Brock F P (Brock Bros), r LaFayette, Ala 
Brock James T (Brock Bros), bds 210 S Pryor 
Brockhan Anna, wid C, r 154 Nelson 

Brockhan John C, elk, bds 154 Nelson r 

Broffan Daniel, stone cutter, r 273 De^tur ^- ; 

Bro jdoP glijah, ooFd, wks National Hotel, r 173 Mariett a 

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Brogdon John B, elk A O M Gay, bds 51 Walton 

Brecon Ruth, ool'd, laundress, r 173 Marietta 

Brookins Bettie, col'd, laundress, r rear County Jail 

Brooks Abbie, col'd, laundress, r 230 N Calhoun 

Bropks Alonzo A, policeman, r 291 Marietta 

Brooks Anna, col'd, laundress, r 103 Rhodes 

Brooks Bradford, lab, r 89 Kelley 

Brooks Braxton, ool'd, lab, r al bet W Mitchell and Markham 

Brooks Carrie Mrs, r 11 Thurmond 

Brooks Charles, col'd, lab, r 152 Walton 

Brooks Dorsey, col'd, drayman, r 130 Wheat 

Brooks Edward W, r 171 Jones 

Brooks Henry, col'd, lab, r rear 69 Chapel 

Brooks Hiram, col'd, drayman Nunnally, Hallman <& Co 

Brooks John, wks Middleton & Bro, r Moore, ne cor Ga R R 

Brooks John W, elk I N Hart, r 16 Mechanic 

Brooks Josiah, lab, r rear 100 North Av 

Brooks Mollie, wid John, r 27 Cone 

Brooks M C Mrs, r Moore, ne cor Ga R R 

Brooks R, blacksmith Sou Agrl Wks, r 143 Walton 

Brooks Sarah, col'd, laundress, r 152 Walton 

Brooks Walter W, r 389 Whitehall 

Broom Frank, wks A-L Ry, r 52 N Butler 

Broom Malinda, wid Josephus, r rear 12 Biggers 

Broomfield James, col'd, lab, r 45 Valentine 

Broomhead Benjamin H, (Broomhead & Alexander), r Thrasher, 

West End 
Broomhead Milledge, col'd, lab, r 175 Rawson 
Broomhead & Alexander (B H Broomhead and Thomas Alexan* 

der), brickyard, e^ Ira, bet Crumley and Glenn 
Brotcher Austin, col'd, wks Ga R R 
Brotherton C B, elk, bds 8 W Mitchell 
Brotherton John T, elk, bds 8 W Mitchell 
BrothertonWilliam H, dry goods, 2W Mitchell, r 195 Whiteiiall 
Broughall T C, with Sunny South, r 24 S Broad 
Brown Aaron P, record elk W & A R R, r 198 E Harris 
Brown Amanda, col'd, laundress, r 93 S Loyd 
Brown Americus, col'd, cook, r 155 Luckie 
Brown Andrew, col'd, lab, r 131 Markham 
Brown Anthony, oold, lab, r 179 Martin 
Brown Archibald, lab, r Edgewood 
Brown Arthur W, r 121 Rhodes 
Brown Benjamin, col'd, lab, r 44 Ellis 
Brown Benjamin N, shoemkr, r 347 Mangum 

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Brown B, lab, r 10 Buah 

Brown B H, ei^gineer W <fe A R R 

Brown Oarrie/wW>!inare«. r 1^^^ 

Brown Caw, coW; oopk Markham Houee, r 125 Wbeaj; 

Brown Charles (?n>wn & Ry«i), r 32 Bartow 

Brown Clinton I (Eddlwan * Brown), r 112 E Peters 

Brown Coleman R, upholsterer. 26 Mari^ta 

Brown Columbus, ool'd, shoemkr, r lO^Stonewall , 

Brown C ii D, head elk U SRy M S, r 288 Fraser 

Brown Daniel C, elk, r 20§ S Pryor 

Brown Dennis, col'd, shoemkr, 71 Chapel 

Brown Ebenezer M, IT 8 ganger, bds 40 N Forsyth 

Brown Edward, col'd, tinner, r es Cain, nr Calhoun 

Brown Edward, ooFd, waiter Markham House ^..^^ 

Brpwn Edward V, upholsterer P Sou Car Co, bds 12 W 

Mitchell 
Brown Elijah, bds 133 Washington 

Brown Eliza, col'd, laundress, r 183 Chapel 

Brown Elizabeth, wid W, r 105 Foster 

Brown Ellen, ooFd, laundress, r ns Jaineg, nr bmite 

Brown Fabian, cooper, 124 W Mitchell, r 120 W Mitchell 

Brown Fannie, colM, laundress, r 15? Richardson 

Brown Felix, ool'd, cook, r ns Forrest, nr N Butler 

Brown Freeman, coFd, lab, r es Calhoun, nr Cox 

Brown George H, with McBride & Co, r 59 Windsor 

Brown Guy, col'd, carpenter, r ss North av, nr Lovejoy 

Brown G W, student, bds 143 N Calhoun - 

Brown Henry, col'd, barber 8 Wall, r 267 W Mitchell 

Brown Henry, col'd, lab, r es Randolph, nr limits 

Brown Henry, ool'd, porter E T Cunningham, r 172 Mc- 

Brown^Henf y Jr, col'd, shoemkr, 109 W Peters, r 1 09 Stonewall 
Brown Henry, col'd, wks A-L Ry^ r 5 Ivy ^^ , 

Brown Herbert H, bkkpr State Savings Bank, r 20 I>e<»^r 
Brown Jackson, col'd, lab, r rear Abbott, nr Sell s av, W ±. 
Brown Jacob, col'd, porter Cannon House 
Brown James, coFd, carpenter, r Walnut, nr Beckwith 
Brown James, col'd, lab, r 179 Martin ^ , , 

Brown James, col'd, lab, r ss Crumley, bet Form wait and 

Windsor , , ^ -n^r _.. 

Brown James, ooFd, shoemkr, r 24 al, bet Fraser and Martm 
Brown James, with J A.Watson, r 160 Thompson 
Brown James Jr, coFd, blacksmith, r 24 al, bet Fraser and 

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Brown James B, helper Atlanto^Edli^g UHl Co, r48 EouQa 

Brown Jane, col'd, laundress, rl4 8dp6eldral 

Brown Jesse A, dk E A Thomas, r 78 Pteachtree 

Brown John, ool'd, candy roller F E Block 

Brown John, carpenter, r 161 W Mitchell 

Brown John, carpenter, r 277 E Hunter 

Brown John, ool^, carpenter, r Vine, oor Parsons 

Brown John, hamessmkr G C Bogefs, r 87 Loyd 

Brown John, col'd, waiter Markham Hociae 

Brown John, col'd, wks State House, r 96 Fair 

Brown John H, dk, bds 26 Peters 

Brown John T, hameasmkr, bds 109 Houston 

Brown John T, r Thrasher, cor Ashby, W E 

Brown John W Jr, wks Burke & Hancock, bds 161 W Mitchell 

Brown Joseph, col'd, drayman, r 15 Horton 

Brown Joseph, col', lab, bds 166 Fillmore 

BrownJoseph, porter J Hirpohberg <fe Co, r nr Barracks 

BBOWir JOSEPH E HOW, pres W & A K R, r 133 

Washington 
BrownJosefA M, asst record elk W & E R, r 24 Broad 
BSO W JllXnnS I^ lawyer, 24 S Broad, r 140 Washington 
Brown J B, wks Castleberry <fe Co, bds 15 E Mitchell 
Brown Leonidas, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r ws South 

ijir Wallace ' 

BroWn Lewis, col'd, lab, r217 W Mitchell 
Brown Lucinda Mrs, seamstre^, r 75 Whitehall 
Brown Martha, laundress, r 22 W Simpson 
Brown Mary; coFd, laundress, r 96 Fair { 

Brown Miranda Mrs, r es Peachtree, nr 4th 
Brown Moses, ool'd, shoemkr, r ws Pryor, nr Wheat 
Brown Murray, elk Illustrated Weekly, bds 59 Windsor 
Brown Nancy, wid Andrew, r 237 W Fair 
Brown Nathan C, col'd, carpenter, r 145 Wheat ' 

Brown Neal, coPd waiter Kimball House 
Brown Nellie, wid James, r 58 S Piyor 
Brown Nelson, col'd, lab, r rear 20 Hilliard 
Brown N B, col'd, porter W H White, r 68 N Forsyth 
BROWN PEBINO, cashier Citizens Bank of Ga, r 

Brown Peter, ool'd, lab, r es Ira, nr Crumley 

Brown Philip^col'd, blacksmith Spenoe A Jaryis, r ns Maneum 

bet Peters and Nelson • ^ •' 

Brown Radford, ool'd, driver Elsas, May & Co,t a} bet Mitohell 

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•-• Brown Robert, col'd, drayman, r 168 Richardson 

\& Brown Robert, ool'd, porter National Hotel 
ifi Brown R, wks Son Aerl Wks, r nr W & A R R shops 

® Brown Rosetta, col'd, laundress, r 143 A^gazine 

3 B^wn Thomas J, col'd (T J A W M Brown), r ws Fort, nr 

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8 Brown T /«& W M, col'd (T J and W M Brown), shoe mkw, 

•g Hunter, sw cor Washington 

a BBOWN WALTER B, lawyer, 1 Peachtree, cor WalJ, bds 

? Markham House _ ,„, nr il 

5. Brown Washington, col'd, lab Cook& Stewart, r 135 Markham 

S Brown William, col'd, carpenter, r 20 W Mitchell 

5 Brown William, ool'd, lab, r 16 Pnlliam 

^ Brown William A, brickmason, r 10 Grant 

I Brown William H, wks Pelligrini & Castleberry, r Green s 

, Ferry rd . 

"8 Brown William M, bkkpr, bds 69 Windsor 
I Brown William M, col'd^T J & W M Brown), r 194 Fraser 

tS BroWn William P, former, r 81 Forrat . ,' ,„ ^ t. t^,.. 

1 Brown William 8, dk Eddleman & Brown, bds 112 E Peters 

« Brown Wilson C. engineer Ga R R, r 167 Decatur 

1 Brown & Ryan (C Brown and J Ryan), beer bottlers, 32 Bartow 

13 Rrowninff Daniel, lab, r rear 91 Larkin 

5 Browning MF Miss, teacher Walker St School, bds 65 Peachtree 

•" Brozton H W, carpenter, r 86 Alexander . , , ' 

. 5"xS Silton Mfolk W G Ashley & Co bd, ge Alexander 
r, Broyles Edwin N, lawyer, 8 S Broad, r 149 Gullatt 
M Brozies Frank, fireman W <& A R R 
r< iBruoe Fannie Miss, with F E Block 
S Bruce Frank, painter A T Finney, Ms f N Pryor 

. Bruce George, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
H Bruce J H, col'd, harness mkr D S Miller, r county 
t^ Bruce Martha A,, wid C, r 90 W & A R R 
S Bruce S C, wid D R, r 61 W Foundry 
t! . Brmckner Eugene, with Phillips & Crew 
W Bruckner Herbert, elk Phillips <& Crew 
<i Bruckner Mary J MiB, r 40 W Baker 

HH Brumby Amoldus V, mer, r 124 8 Tryor 

1-1 Brumby Charles R (Reed & Brumby), r 124 S Pryor 

Pq Brumby Robert H, elk Solicitor GenM r 1 24 8 Pryor 

S BEXriH DeWITT, (Fay & Bruyn) r 19 S Broad 

" Bryan H, watehman, r Ga R R, nr Factory « ,i, - 

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Bryan Winnie, coFd, laundress, r 163 Thompson 
Bryan Samuel T (Bryan <fe Scott,), r 158 W Baker 
Bryan William L, jeweler, r 170 W Hunter 
Bryan & Scott (S T Bryan and J P Scott), grocers, 218 Ma 
rietta 

Bryant Alphonso, elk P J Kenny, bds 31 Washington 
Bryant George J, grocer, bds 102 Decatur 
Br;rant M, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Bryant Thomas J, carpenter, r rear 107 Walker 
Bryant William, col'd, wks W & A R R, r 108 Gray 
Bryant — , painter D F Holloway 
BRYANT, see al^ B]^I ANT 

Brzezinski S, tailor, bds 43J Whitehall V 

Buchanan Andrew J, boiler mkr Ga R R, r 225 E Fair 
' Buchanan Frank, coFd, lab, r 139 Markham 
Buchanan George, col'd, lab, r 139 Markham 
Buchanan Georgia Miss, with .Hunt, Rankin ife Lamar 
Buchanan James A, wks W & A R R, r 329 Haynes 
Buchanan James F, carpenter, r 99 W Simpson 
Buchanan John W, engineer, r 39 W Simpson' 
Buchanan Joseph F, wks Oakland Cemetery, r 221 E Fair 
Buchanan Major, coFd, lab, r 1 39 Markham 
Buchanau Mattie Miss, with Hunt, Rankin & Lamar 
Buchanan Reuben, lab, r 313 Marietta 
Buchanan Susan, wid Alonzo, r 44 Powers 
Buchanan Thomas J (T J Buchanan & Co), r 52 Bell 
Buchanan T J <fe Co (T J Buchanan and M E Doughertv,) irro- 

cers, 260 Decatur s /,; b 

Buck Alfred E, elk U S Court, 20 Decatur, r 79 McDonoueh 
Buckalieu James, wks Rolling Mill, r 2 Means 
Buckalieu James M, carpenter, r ws Tumlin, nr Wallace 
Buckalieu John E, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 12 South 
Buckalieu Taylor, wks C R R, bds 120 S Forsyth 
Buckland Richard B, collecter, r 88 Crew 
Buckner Berry, watchman State House, bds rear 6 Castleberry 
Buckner D S, captain of guard, State House, bds 13 Haynes 
Budden Charles, wks Christopher & Budden 
Budden E R (Christopher & Budden), r 37 S Broad 
Buffington George W, fireman W & A R R, r 25 W Simpson 
Buffington John, engineer C R R, bds 57 Elliott 
Bugg Daniel, col'd, hostler C Taylor, r 20 Fraser 
Buice Alonzo F, tinner Stewart, Wood & Fain„r 23 Martin 
Buice C W, machinist, r 30 S Butler 
Buice David, engineer A & W Pt R R, r 36 S Butler 



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Vr Buice Elisha, farmer, r 166 S Forsyth 

3 Baice Henry M, r 30 S Butler . , ,^^ ^ , ham. 

% Buice Jackson M, councilman Third Ward, and grocer, 1 10 Mc- 
§ Donough, r 108 McDonough 

jg Buice Madison, saw miU, r 63 W Peters , , ^ ^^ ^^ 
^ Bulloch James A, elk Shropshire & Co, bds 100 Thompson 
"Ij) Bullock Green, coFd, lab, r 40 Richmond 
< Bullock Smith A, wks Atlanta Foundry, bds 26 S Calhoun 
% Bullock S W, r 26 S Calhoun . - 

'g Bumstead Horace Rev, teacher Atlanta University, r ws Vine, 

C nr Hunter ^ „ , 

S Burch Henry, col'd, carpenter, r 62 Fuller's row 
Burch Matthew, colM, wks J Kreis, r county 
Burch Rosetta, col'd, seamstress, r Gordon, WE 
Pi Burckel George, farmer, r ws Humphries, nr limits 
^ Burckel Martin, farmer, r;^8 McDaniel, nr limits 
"S Burckhardt Gustavus A, r 13 Washington 
O Burdell Charles, col'd, lab, r 396 Mangum 

-r Burden Horace, col'd, lab, r 16 Fraser 

8 Burdett John C, butcher, r es Chapel, bet Fair and Stonewall 
'Si Burdett Smith, coPd, porter G J Howard 
^ Burke Charles, coFd, drayman, r 54 Martin 
pi Burke Houston, col'd, drayman, r 204 Mangum 
1^ Burke John W (Burke & Hancock), r Macon, Ga 

. Burke J F, r 282 Peachtree 
aS Burke Philip, col'd, carpenter, r 135 Magazine 
*^ Burke Seaborn, col'd, grocer, 203 Fraser, r 78 Richmond 
pa Burke Timothy, saloon, 123 Decatur, r 9 S Calhoun 

ri Burke WUliam H, bkkpr Maddox & Rucker, r 28 N Forsyth 

5 BXJBKE ft HAHCOCK (J W Burke and F G Hancock and 
'JS W A Rawson apeeiai), whol stationers and paper box mntrs, 

S 26 E Alabama 

p5 Burks Jefferson, col'd, lab, r 81 E Fair „^ ^^ , ' 

5 Burks Susie Miss, teacher Crew St School, r 72 Marietta 

2 Burley HiUiard, col'd, wks W & A R R, r 177 Pine 
S Burnett Carrie, col'd, laundress, r ws Terry, nr Hunter 
jl Burnett Jlenry, printer, bds 55 S Foreyth 
«0 Burnett WUliam M, printer Sunny South, bds 55 S 1? orsy th 

tt Burney Mitchell, col'd, grocer, r 12 Biggers 
•a Burney Randall, machinist, r 276 Marietta 
'S^Burns Andrew, janitor Walker St School, r 136 Nelson 

S^Barna Cherry, col'd, cook, r 39 PuUiam 

S Burns Isaac, ool'd, lab, r rear 327 E Hunter 

• Burns James A, ch f record elk W & A RR,r Grant,8ecor Glenn 

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Burns Jasper, col'd, lab, r 14 Scofield al 

Bums John, lab, r Savannah, nr Ga R R 

Burns Robert, puddler, Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 428 Marietta 

Burns Robert, Jr, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Burns Solomon, col'd, grooer, 78 Humphries 

Burpee J Arthur, woodworker A T Finney, bds 39 N Pryor 

Burrell Henry E, wks C R R, bds 46 Magazine i ' 

Burrell Louisa, wid Jesse, r 45 Magazine 
Burroughs Georgia, wid Leroy, r 122 S Forsyth 
Burrus Mary, seamstress, r W Humphries, nr limits 
Burrus William D, policeman, r 7 Newton 
Burt Robert, coFd, shoemaker, 16 8 Broad 

' ^"^, Carrie, col'd, laundress, r ^1, bet Hunter and Rhodes, w 
W & A* R R . 

Burton James H, engineer C R R, r 159 W Hunter 

Burton John, col'd, lab, r 148 Irwin 

Burton Ned, col'd, waiter Markham House 

Bqrton Pleasant, col'd, lab, r rear 407 Whitehall 
. Burton William, col'd, wks J J Ford, r 31 Latimer's al 

Burton W H, painter, r 152 W Baker 

Busby Malinda, wid William, r 42 Rock 

BUSBY, see also BUZBEE 

Bush Brooks, painter, r es Terry, nr limits 

Bush Fred D, conductor W & A R B, r Alabama, neoor Pryor 

Bush James Z Rev, pastor Bellwood Baptist Church, r 346 
^ Mangum 

Bush Lizzie, col'd, seamstress, r 15 Church 

Bush Nettie, col'd, cook, r 93 S Loyd 

Bush Robert P, conductor W A A R R, r es Terry, nr Umife • 

Bussey Charles S, engineer W & A R R 

Bussey David, asst engineer Stmr Gastalia No 1 

Bussey Edward, engineer City Flouring Mills 

Bussey John, elk, bds 195 Whitehall 

Bussey Hulbert H, fireman W & A R R 

Bussey Thomas L, engineer W&ARR, r22W&ARR 

Bussey W D, engineer W & A R R 

Butler Ann, col'd, cook, r 29 Ezzard 

Butler David E Rev, managing editor Christian Index, r 

Madison, Ga 
Butler Edward, col'd, waiter Kimball House 
Butler EHzabeth C Mrs (Butler <fe Carroll), r 75 Marietta 
Butler Ephraim, col'd, wks H Lewis 
Butler George, col'd, porter J 8 Boyd, r 110 EIKs 
Butler John, ool'd, l ab, r ns Spring, nr Church 




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Butler L R, porter, bds 26 Gilmer 

Stler Mich^, elk T A Chastain, r 74 Colhns 

feuUer Minerva, ool'd, laundress, r 168 W ^air 

Butler Pierce, c;>l'd, sampler G W Pvrott & Bro, r 233 Clarke 

Butler Reese, farmer, r 56 Bell 

Butler Richard, col'd, lab, r 65 Fort 

p^ City Flo«i.B Mill., R K »or BM,y 

Whitehall 
Butts O P, elk Wilson House • 
iulte^C Kelly, policeman, r Pine, nw cor Calhoun 
Buzbee William T, r 266 Peachtree 

BUZBEE, see also BUSBY 

Byers David P, trav agt, bds 160 Crew 

Byers Jackson, col'd, grocer, 180 Decatur 
Byers James W, elk, bds 160 Crew 

Byers M E, wid W, r 160 Crew 

Byers William A, agt, bds 160 Crew 

Byrd Anthony, col'l, plasterer, r 286 Marietta 

Byrd Charles P, printer Sunny South, r 59 Irw^n 

Byrd J W, conductor W & A R R, r Dalten Ga 

Byrf The<ilore H, printer Sunny South, r 57 Irwm 

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CABANIS GEORGE, col'd, lab, r 95 Houston 
Cagle JacksoD, prof penmaDship Moore's Southern 

Business University, r 98 W & A R R 
Cagle Scipio, col'd, lab, r 119 W Fair - • 
Cahn Edward, dry goods, ^1 Whitehall 
Cain Charles S, with W Erskine & Co, bds 98 Decatnr 
Cain Jefferson, engineer W & A R R, r 120 Rhodes 
. CAIN, see also KANE 
Calder William, paints, oils and glass, 49 and 61 S Pry or, r Spring, 

se cor Simpson 
Caldwell Harvey, col'd, lab, r 63 Washington 
CaldwellJames, r 65 W Mitchell 
Caldwell James M, elk, r Irwin, sw cof Gordon, W E 
Caldwell John E, painter A-L Ry,' bds 4 Spring 
Caldwell John W, molder Atlanta Machine Works, r 158 

W Baker 
Caldwell Joseph B, with M Menko <fe Bro, r 15 Markham 
Caldwell Robert E, elk Maddox <fe Rucker 
Caldwell Robert H, cotton buyer C H Strong, r 4 Spring 
Caldwell Thomas, col'd^ wks C R R 

CALHOUN ABNEB W, physician, 38 S Broad, office hours 

8 to a 1:30 and 3 to 5:30, bds 72 Marietta 
Calhoun^^ldridge H, engineer, r rear 140 E Cain 
Calhoqn Frank, col'd, porter Simons <fe Lee, r 262 N Calhoun 
Calhoun Floyd, col'd, elk M Calhoun, bds 228 W Mitchell 
Calhoun Freeman, col'd, drayman, r Grant, nr Fair 
Oalhoun F J, purchasing agt A-L Ry, r 29 Peachtree 
Calhoun James T, lawyer, 83 B Alabama, bds 81 E Alabama 
Calhoun John D, oik McKoy & Williams 
Calhoun Lucy, wid Dr E N, bds 78 Washington 
Calhoun Milledge, col'd, wks Elsas & Adler 
Calhoun Moses, col'd, restaurant, 28 Decatur, r 228 Mitchell 
Calhoun William L, lawyer, 83 E Alabama, r 11 Washington 
Callahan Catharine A, wid Dennis, r 101 S Loyd 
Callahan Heury, miller City Flouring Mills 
Callahan James, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, bds rear 28 

Hayden 
Callahan James P, tinner J T Eichberg, bds 101 S Loyd 
Callahan John, wks W & A R R, bds 101 S Loyd 
Callahan Joshua C, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 27 Corput 
Callahan Mollie Miss, seamstress, r rear 28 Hayden 
Callaway Abbie Miss, teacher Marietta St School, bds 72 Marietta 
Callaway Anderson, col'd (Callaway & Holmes), r 24 Clifford 
Callaway David, col'd, driver Elsas, May & Co 




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CALLAWAY XD C, elk Kimball House 

Callaway Eviba, ool'd, lab, r 220 Decatur 

Callaway House, MMes MUlioan. propre ; 15 S Broad 

Callaway James, col'd, lab, r 36 Fort i „ - 

CaUaway Jane, ool'd, laundreM r ManVm, sw «T Ma^'D^ 

Callaway Joshua F, wks Longlcy & Eobinson, bds 22 Pettis 

Callaway Malinda, col'd, cook, r 18 Thorn p^n 

Callaway Stewart, col'd. student, r 250 W Hunter 

Sllaway & Holmes, ool'd (A Callaway and G Holmes), grocers, 

38 HilUard ,., ^,. , ,, 

Calvo Crtorgia, wid Heury, bds 106 W Mitchell 
Cameron JoTin D, with Cox, Hill & Thompson r 70 Cqne 
Camp Benjamin A, grocer, M W Mitche I r 33 Bailey 
CAMP E J. ««»<««•. whol and ret, 35 W Mitchdl 
CampGeorge K, lawyer, 37 S Broad, bds 82 S P^or 
O^mp Georle W, carjenter Winship & Br«, r 36 W Foundry 
CamJ Hen^, ool'd, l[«iuter, r Connally, bet Richmond and 

Richardson . „ „ , 

Camp Ishmael, col'd, lab, r 97 W Foundry 

Camp Matthew P, wks A Murphy 

Camp Milton P, elk, r 105 Walker 

Camp Richard O, opr W U Tel Co, r 30 McDonoagh 

6amJ William A, with Wheeler & Wilson Mnfg Co, r Cooper, 

nr Johns , 

Camp W M, bds 35 W Foundry 7 „^ iq 

CAMPBELL A A, produce com mer and grocer, 7 ana 1^ 

Marietta, r 39 Peachtree • ^ , 

Campbell Crowell, elk M Cole & Co, bds 328 Peachtree 
Campbell Henry A, carriage painter, r Mitchell, nw cor Pryor 
Campbell James, grocer, 149 Luckie 
Campbell James, machinist W & A B K . 
Campbell James, ooFd, butcher J H Davis 
Campbell John B, r 328 Peachtree 
Campbell Louisa, wid Alexander, r rear 170 Pine 
Campbell Mary Mrs, chambermaid National Hotel 
Campbell T G Rev, col'd, r 102 N Collins 
Candler Asa G, prescription ist, bds 31 Fairlie ^ 

Candler Milton A (Candler & Thomson), r Decatur, Ga 
Candler M B, wid S C, r 31 Fairlie 

Candler & Thomson (M A Candler and W S Thomson), law- 
yers, 16 and 18 Wall 
Cannon B A Miss, with Mrs A McCormick 
Cannon House, Mrs M E Cannon, propr; 1^ Marietta 
Cannon James, coppersmith W <fe A R R, r 96 S Loyd 



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Cannon Mary, wid Patrick, r 92 S Loyd 

Cannon Margaret E Mrs, propr Cannon House, r 16 Marietta 

Cannon Nichol^ coppersmith W & A R R, bds 92 S Loyd 

Cannon William R, elk Cannon House 

Cantrell William E, elk A-LRy, bds 297 Decatur 

Capitol Building, Marietta, se cor Forsyth 

Carbine John C, boiler mkr W & A R R, r 30 Mechanic 

Cargile John Rev, ooPd, r 189 Clarke 

Cargile Julius, col'd, carpenter, r 279 Eraser 

Cargile Lewis H, col'd, wks M Cargile, bds 189 Clarke 

Cargile Mitchell, ool'd, undertaker, 9 Ivy, r 189 Clarke 

Cargile Zebedee, col'd, wks M Cargile, r Butler, nr Baker , 

CABGILL WILLIAM E, elk J M Bradstreet & Son Co, r 

207 E Hunter 
Carlin J C, boiler mkr W & A R R 
Carlin T C, wks W & A R R 
Carlton B, col'd, lab, r 129 McDaniel 
Carlton Green, col'd, wks O A Smith, r We|t End 
Carlton James E, elk C M Berry, bds 61 N Pryor 
Carlton J M B (J M B Carlton & Son), bds 10 Bartow 
CARLTON J M B & SOIT (J M B and W H Carlton), 

wholand ret grocers, 134 Marietta 
•Carlton Spencer M, lab, r 123 McDaniel 1 

Carlton Stephen, col'd, carpenter, r 114 Magazine 
Carlton William H (J M B Carlton & Son), bds 10 Bartow 
Carmichael Jonathan, r 125 Marietta 
Carmichael William, butcher, r 12 Plum. 

Carolina Central Despatch Line, R J Godfrey, agt; 19 E Ala- 
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Carpenter Anthony, col'd, lab, r 9 High 

Carpenter George C, elk The Howe Sewing Machine Co 

Carpenter Leander D, dentist. 47 Whitehall, r 168 Rawson 

Carr Amos, col'd; lab, r 101 Martin 

Carr Edward, tinner Hunnicutt & Bellingraths 

Carr Freeman, col'd, wks W & A R R, r 10 Chapel 

Carr Jane, ool'd, laundress, r \vs Markham, nr Haynes 

Carr James, col'd, lab, r 6 Pulliam 

Carr Jesse, wks Eddleman & Brown, r 273 E Fair 

Carr John, col'd, driver Merchant & Moseley, r 74 Houston 

Carr John, col'd, lab, r 224 N Calhoun 

Carr Maria, ool'd, laundress, r 89 Martin 

Carr Nora Miss, r 24 Bush 

Carr Robert, col'd, lab, r 89 Martin 

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Carraway Marcellus C, tobacconist, bd8 National Hotel 
Carroll Floyd, telegraph repairer, r 82 Davis 
tA Carroll Hulme H, bkkpr, r 149 S Forsyth ;^^mf^m^f^ 
ai Carroll James A, with Akers & Bro, r county 
. Carroll Levi, col'd, brick mason, r 28 Johnson 
P. Carroll JVI C, mer tailor, 10 Wall, r 19 S Broad , 



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No. 44 S Pryor St. r 74 Decatur ■ 

Carroll Patrick, saloon 32 Marietta, r Walton, cor ^rtow 
Carroll William S (Butler & Carroll), bds Cannon House 
Carson James B, elk, bds SfifGilmer 
Carson N P Mrs, dressmfc?, r 27 E Alabama 
"Carter Beverly, col'd, wks Ga R R, r 133 Martin 
Carter Dangerfield, col'd. lab, r 233 Richardson 
Carter Eli, col'd, engineer Markham House, r 79 b Butler 
Carter Gowdy H, elk, r 226 S Pryor „ „ ^^ •„! 

Carter Handy, col'd, porter H C Sawtell, r 77 McDamel 
Carter fsaiah, col'd, 'porter Hunt, Rankin & Lamar, r 26 Martm 
Carter James D with Sunny South, 24 S Broad, r West End 
I Carter James T, elk Constitution, r 15 Collins 
I Carter Jane, col'd, cook, r 46 W Alabama .. 

Carter Jeth^, col'd, wks Union Depot, r- 1 19 E Harris 
Carter John, col'd, lab, r 58 Jackson 

Carter John, col'd, wks Winship & Bro, r 1 '« ^f .H''^"'„. „„„ 
CAKTEB JOSIAH C, gnooer whol, 51 and 53 E Alabama, 

r 245 Whitehall 
Carter Laura, col'd, laundress, r 72 S Butler 

Carter Mary J, col'd, laundress, r rear 254 N Calhoun 

Carter Matthew, col'd, lab, r 71 Howell 

Carter Oliver, col'd, carpenter, r es Reed, nr »»>'t» „ ,, ,, 

Carter Robert, col'd, waiter Markham House, r 449 GuUatt 

Carter Savannah, col'd, cook, r 84 Houston 

Carter Seymour, col'd, lab, r 10 S Calhoun ,„,-,,. ■ 

Carter Shadrach, col'd, wks Cook & Stewart, r 161 Markham 

Carter Silvia, col'd, laundress, r rear County Jail 

Carter William, col'd, lab, r 180 N Butler ^ 

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Carter William, col'd, plasterer, r 61 Hilliard 

Carter Young, coPd, lab, r es Smith, nr Crumley 

Carthan Coleman, col'd^ porter J L Winter <fe Co 

Carthan D, ]ab,j: 15 Pettis 

Carvey Dora, coFd, cook, r 10!3 S Loyd 

Carvin William, col'd, waiter P Breitenbucher, bds rear 27 

Mechanic 
Cary Jefferson, col'd, driver, r 81 Humphries 
Cary Peter, col'd, porter Markham House, r 81 Humphries 
Case Lucy E Mrs, teacher Atlanta University, bds Hunter, 

nw cor Vine 
Casey Arthur, col'd, teacher, r 108 Fraser 
Casey James, col'd, waiter Campl^U House 
Casey William, col'd, shoemkr, 184 Decatur, r 8 George 
Cash Eliza, col'd, laundress, r 140 E Simpson 
Cash George, col'd, lab, r 279 Fraser 
Cash Harrison, col'd, lab, r 179 Fraser 
Cash Horace, col'd, wks A-L Ry, r 179 Fraser 
Cash Sallie, col'd, laundress, r 74 Jenkins 
Cason Charles, molder Atlanta Machine Works 
Cason Edwin M, butcher, bds ns Henry, nr Haynes 
Cason John W, policeman, r ns Henry, nr Haynes 
Cason Richard M, wks W & A R R, r ns Henry, nr Haynes 
Cassels L M, elk E C Allen, r Kirkwood ^ . 

Casserly James, cutter M. & J Hirsch, bds Cannon House 
Cassidy Richard (Cassidy & Maher), bds Wilson House 
CASSIDT ft MATTRTI. (R Cassidy and J C Maher), cigar 

mnfrs, 44 S Pryor 
Castleberry Henry, col'd, lab, bds Whitehall, cor James 
Castleberry Merrill T (Castleberry & Co), r 164 W Peters 
Castleberry Zach (Pelligrini & Castleberry), bds 117 W Fair 
CASTLEBEBBT ft CO (M T Castleberry, P H Snook and 

J Neal, Jr), furniture mnfrs ; factory Butler, cor Harris ; 

warerooms 42 and 44 Whitehall 
Castleman Humphries, mer broker, Pryor, sw cor Railroad, r 

Columbus, Ga 
Castle Rock Coal Company of Georgia, Julius L Brown, pres ; 

24 S Broad 
Caswell E C, wid N B, r 109 McDonough 
Catchings Walter, bkkpr, bds 160 S Pryor 
. Cater F S, wid E L, r 76 Spring 
CATEB WILLIAM E, dry goods, notions, etc, 5i Whitehall, 

r 76 Spring 
Cathey Catherine E, wid John, r 25 Markham 

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Catley Mary A, wid Henry, r 276 Jones 

Catly Henry, lieut 2d Inf. r McPhereon Barracks 

C^to Emma Mrs, r 32 N Forsyth 

Cato William, col'd, waiter Markham House 

Caudle Richard, wks City Brewery, r 62 E Baker 

Caudle Thomas A, with Pendletons & Lampkin, r 69 W Peter& 

Caux Carrie Miss, with L DcSoulles, bds 112 S Pryor 

Cave Henry S, elk U S customs, r Nqrth av, cor Plum 

Caverly Charles E, elk, bds Markham House 

Cawthome W H, foreman Castleberry & Co, bds 124 Ellis 

Centennial Building, Whitehall, sw cor W & A R R 

Central Baptist Church, Rev Andrew J Beck, pastor; juac 

Whitehall and Peters 
Central Block, ws Whitehall, bet Alabama and Hunter 
Central Nursery, A Lambert, propr; Fair, se cor Wood 
Central Presbyterian Church, Rev J T Leftwich, D D, pastor; 

ys Washington, bet Hunter and Mitchell 
* Central R R of Georgia (Atlanta Division), 95 W Mitchell 

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Chadwick N A, machinist W & A R R 
^ Chaflfin J S, policeman, r 95 Walton 

Chamberlain George B, U S Int Rev Agt, bds Markham House 
Chamberlain Mary L, wid Charles P, r 112 S Pryor 
Chamberlain William W, elk W H Green, bds 112 8 Pryor 

' GHAMBESLIN, BOYHTON & CO (E P Chamberlin, C 

E Boynton and H S Johnson), dry goods, notions, carpets, 
66 and 68 Whitehall 
Chamberlin Edward P (Chambeilin, Boynton & Co), and coun- 
cilman 2d Ward, r 310 Washington 
I Chamberlin E B, librarian Y M L A, r 310 Washington 
Chamberlin Martha, coFd, laundress, r 93 S Loyd 
Chambers Edward H, tailor, r 186 W Peters 
Chambers Priscilla, col'd, cook, r 16 Wells 
Chambers William N, wks Ga R R, r 18 Ezzard , 

Chambliss Solomon, col'd, lab, r 193 Chapel 
! Chambliss William L, salesman, r Gordon, W E 

Champe Thomas C, mer tailor, 20 N Broad, r 33 Stonewall 
' Chandler David JP, conductor A-L Ry, r 253 Decatur 
^ Chandler Early, coFd, blacksmith, 570 Marietta 
■^ Chandler John G, major USA, Chief Q M Dept South, 30 E 
Wall, bds Kimball House 
Chandler Louisa, ool'd, laundress, r 82 Mayes al 
Chandler Marion, col'd, lab, r 154 Martin 
Chandler Nanc y Mrs, bds 165 E Hunter 

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Chandler Thomas, col'd, lab, r 26 Green's Ferry av 
COBLAHDLES THOMAS W, sec and treas Atlanta Rolling 

Mill Co, r 33 Luckie 
Chandler Walton, carpenter, r 19 S Broad 
Chaney Isaac, coFd, cook, r 8 W Mitchell 
Chaney John C, painter, r 48 W Peters 

Chaney Robert D, grocer, 106 Whitehall, r Thompson, cor Cas- 
tleberry 
Chang Quong, laundry, 78 Decatur 
Chapel of the Holy Innocents, Rev R C Foute, pastor; Willow, 

nr North av 
Chapin Mary A, teacher Atlanta University 
Chapman Allen, coFd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r es Tum- 

lin, nr Grallatin 
Chapman Bradford, col'd, hackman, r 99 Decatur 
Chapman C C, colM, painter, r es Holland, oor Glenn 
Chapman Edmund, coPd, mattress mkr, r State, ne cor Wallace 
Chapman Edward B, conductor A & W Pt RR, r 152 S Forsyth 
Chapman Edward M (Bobo & Chapman), r 391 Whitefiall 
Chapman Emma, col'd, laundress, r 97 W Foundry 
Chapman Fannie, col'd, laundress, r 64 Magazine 
Chapman Frank, ool'd, lab, r es Rolling Mill, nr Houston 
Chapman F S, with W D Sparks, bds 1 17 S Pryor 
Chapman Jacob, ool'd, lab, r es Tumlin, nr Gallatin 
Chapman Lottie, col'd, laundress, r 106 Elliott 
Chapman Martha Mrs, r ns Dairy, w of McAfee 
Chapman William, driver W S Wilson & Bro, r 245 Crew 
Chapman W W, r 143 S Pryor 
Chappell Harry, coFd, wagonmkr, r 297 Fort 
Chase Thomas N, treas Atlanta University 
Chastain Jane B, wid P R, r 251 E Hunter 
Chastain Thomas A, grocer, 90 Peachtree 
Cheap Cash Furniture House (L M Ives and H W Thomas), 
furniture, etc, 9 Marietta " ^ 

Cheek Thomas H (Cheek, Whitlock & Co), r Marietta, Ga 
Cheek, Whitlock <& Co (T H Cheek, M G Whitlock and J R 

Winters), millers, 26 E Alabama 
Cheeves Thomas A, elk, bds 298 W Peters * 
Cherry A H, coPd, dentist, r'rear 30 Peachtree 
Cherry 8 D, elk M C & J F Kiser & Co, bds 10 Wheat 
Cheshire Cas s D, collector, r 65 Peachtree 
CHESHIRE E D, ^nl ins agt, representing Old Dominion 
Fire Ins Co of Richmond, and Richmond Fire Ass Co 
of Va, 56 W Wall, r 14 Loyd 



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Chichester T W Mrs, boarding, 40 W Forsyth 

Chidwell Addie, coFd, seamstress, r 11 S Collins 

iSHISOLM ALFBED G, 9 Decatur, r 168 S Pryor 

Chisolm Mack, cord, lab, r Bellwood 

Chisolm Rebecca, wid W A, r 168 Sf^ryor ^ 

Chisolm Robert L, elk, bds 61 Marietta 

Chisolm Solomon, coFd, lab, r 258 W Hunter 

Chisolm Willis P, r 155 Marietta _ 

Chivers Andrew J, r ns Dairy, w of McAfee 

Christerphine Frank, policeman, r Kelley, nr Jones 

Christian Albert, trav agt, r Alabama, se cor Pryor 

Christian Church, Rev J T Hawkins, pastor; ns Hunter, bet 

Pryor and Floyd 
Christian Henry, col'd, lab, bds 204 Mangum 
CHMSTIAN INDEX, Rev D E Butler, managing editor; 

Jas P Harrison A Co, pubrs and proprs; 27 S Broad 
Christian John W, wks Ga R R, r 305 E Fair 
Christian Millard, coFd, lab, r 37 Church 
Christian William CD, wks W ife A R R, r Kelley, nr Jones 
Christler Mack, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Christopher W T (Christopher & Budden), r 37 S Bro^d 
Christopher & Budden (W T Christopher and E R Budden), 

lithographers, 37 S Broad 
Church Edward, driver, r 82 Rock 

Church John B, engineer Elsas, May & Co, r ss Taylor, nr Bell 
Church Joseph, engineer Winship & Bro, r 82 Rock 
Church Josephine, wid W, r Green's Ferry a v, nr Barracks 
Church of the Holy Innocents (Episcopal), Rev R C J?oute, 

pastor; es Willow, nr North av ^, ^ „ -n 

Church of the Immaculate Conception, Rev M T Reilly, pastor; 

Loyd, se cor Hunter 
Church R A, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Church Wiley, engineer W <fe A R R, r 20 I^k 
Churchill A R. wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 32 Victoria 
Churchill James W, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 45 Plum , 
Churchill John W, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Churchill William, carpenter, r Edgewood 
CITIZENS BANK OP GEOEGIA, W C Momll. pres; 

Perino Brown, cashier; 8 S Pryor. (See adv. p.^J-) 
City Court, R H Clark, judge ; J D Collins, clerk ; City^all 
CITY DIEECTOET, A E Sholes, publisher: C W INoR- 

WOOD, compiler. , Directories of all principal cities in the 
' United States on 'file for reference. Office 24 S Broad 

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.City Hal], es Washington, bet Hunter and Mitchell 

Claggett David, bkkpr, bds 13 E Hunter 

Clander Herman, wks Atlanta City Brewery, bds 248 N Collins 

Clapp E I, varieties, 27 Whitehall, bds 55 Walton 

Clapp L H, with E I Clapp, bds 10 W Mitchell 

Claridy Alsey, wid A L, bds 60 Stonewall 

Claridj J Olin, binder Constitution, r 60 Stonewall 

Clark Abigail Mrs, bds 139 Pulliam 

Clark Allen, coFd, lab, r 264 N Calhoun 

Clark Alvin B, dep collector US Int Re v^ 41 S Broad, bds 68 
Washington 

Clark Andrew, collector U S Int Rev, 41 S Broad, r 58 Wash- 
ington 

Clark A, engineer W (fe A R R 

Clark A A, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill, r ^18 Marjetta , 

Clark A B Miss, prin Summer Hill School, r Pulliam, cor 
Richardson • • - . 

Clark A W, wks W & A R R 

Clark Dade, fireman C R R, bds 57 Elliott 

Clark Edward F, U S storekpr, bds Pulliam, cor Richardson 

Clark Frank, shoemkr, r 82 S Forsyth 

Clark Henry, col'd, wks W & A R R, r 110 Magazine 

Clark Henry A; policeman, r 72 E S&ker 

Clark Henry M, Vith R J Godfrey, r 19 E Alabama 

Clark H T, wks W & A R R, r 10 W Simpson 

Clark Isaac, col'd, lab, r Edgewood 

Clark Jacob, col'd, lab, r ws Dover, bet Tattnall and Haynes 

Clark James, col'd,* lab, r rear 130 Houston 

Clark Lewis, col'd, driver W S Grisham, r 19 Markham 

Clark Lucinda, col'd, laundress, r 61. W Hunter 

Clark Mary Miss, dressmkr, 82 S Forsyth 

Clark Mary M, wid William, r 160 IW^itehaU 

Clark Martha, col'd, laundress, r 28fClifibrd 

GLABKfcBICHABD H, judge City Court, 8 S Broad, r 
E Alabama 

Clark Samuel E, ins agt, r 13 E Hunier: 

Clark Stephen, col'd, lab, r rear 126 WhoLt 

Clark S £, lieut andR Q M 2d Inf, r mPhm^n 

Clark Thomas, col'd, lab, r 128 N Batl«r 

Clark Tobias, col'd, carpenter, r 330 Bf ffiM 10 

Clark WiUiam, col'd, carpent^, r aOd^^^pi. 

Clark William, carriage mkr A T tim^tiLt 

Clark William, ool'd, lab, r 69 Hortoii 




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Clark William F, shoemkr, r 65 E Alabama ^^^r^\ 

Clark William L, editor Republican, 27 E Hunter, r 139 PuU 

Ham «» ^ ,. 

Clark Winnie, cl'd, cook, r 228 N Cal.oun 
Clark Z A, engineer W & A R R, r 187 Elliott 
Clarke A B, r 74 Whitehall • • . . 

CLABKE EDWAED Y, lawyer and police commissioner, r 

134 McDonough , 
Clarke Eliza J Mrs, r 215 E Hunter 
Clarke Ernest F, elk Garrett &Bro, bds 174 Whitehidl 
Clarke George V, col'd, porter Darnel & Marsh, r ws Mitchell, 

cor Maple t. t> 

Clarke Hiram, fireman W & A R R 
Clarke James, r 284 Washington ^ . 

Clarke John, trav agt, r 338 Whitehall 
Clarke John M, lawyer, r 134 McDonough _ 

CLABKE LEWIS H, hats, caps, ValisM, umbrellas, etc^ 
Whitehall, James Bank Blk, Ms Markham House. (See 

adv. front cover.) „ . , , no a 

CLABKE M^I»«T^*TX J, lawyer, 23 E Alabama, r 284 

Washington . • _ 

Clarke Peter F, bkkpr, bds Adams House 

Clarke Robert C (T M Clarke & Co), r 56 Houston 
, Clarke Temperance, wid A M, r 73 W Foundry - 

' Clarke Thomas M (T M Clarke & Co) r 41 W Mitehell . 

Clarke T M & Co (T M and B C Clarke, J C Kirkpatnck 
and J A Fitten), hardware whol and ret, Peachtree, ne cor 

Clarke'william H, real est agt, 9 W AlabamaJ^r 301 Peachtree 

Clarke's Hall, 27 Peachtree 

Classett Andrew, wks Sou Agrl Wks, r 100 Nelson 

riav Allen lab, r 223 E Hunter 

Clay John M, with Singer Mnfg Co, r Railroad, bet Bartow 

and Spring ^^^ 
Clay Johnson, lab, bds 223 E Hunter 
Clay Sarah, wid Latham, r 9 Mangum , • ., , , , ^j 
Clay William W, with Singer Mnfg Co, bds Railroad, bet Bar- 
tow and Spring 
Clay Z, wid William, r 105 Fosta: 
Clayton Amanda, ooPd, laundress, r 296 N Ca Uioun 
Clayton Augustin S (Z D Harrison & A S Clayton), r 91 Ma- 
Clayton Elizabeth, colM, laundress, r 296 N Calhoun 

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Clayton Jennie H Mias, tttio^r 

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Olayton John, ooFd, lab, r rear 
Okyton John W (C^nytoii k^ 
Clayton Janius, qoYi, Isb^ir ivt; 
Clayton La<rfr, ooN, hp^rew^ 
Clayton Richard, coi^i, ho^gfl 
Clayton Richard W, ooPcl, nAp 
Clayton Sallie, ool'd^ oook H 
Clayton Smith, elk Comrt; 
Clayton Thomaa A. meiM 
Ckyton William O, mf^i^Wi 

cLATTov wmSSk Wr 

Atlanta, r 91 MuhtHbiL 

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liquoro, 73 Whkehall aodlc 
Cleaves Mary A, wid T A, rJrt 
Cleland J D, watchman G«r |^ Jft 
Clemmons James M, meal mailu 
Clemmqns J AagoaioSi cft^'B: W^^ 
Cleveland Lewis C, bds Wdl% ew 
Cleveland Mary, ool'd, lawM^)B9% 
Clifton Lizzie Mad, r 19 S Oom 
Clinton George W, batdier^ 418 
Clouts Thomas A, dk, bds 8 W 
Cloud H C, elk J Eedy, bds^O 
Cloud Henry, ooM, lab, r 1« N . 
Cloud John, col'd, briokmasoa, r 1^ 
Clower Charles, tinner Stewart^ W; 
Clower Daniel M, rockmason, r i 
Clower Daniel M, Jr, tinner, bds 
Clower M W Mrs, boarding, c jif 
Clower Thomas L, carpenter^ jr Bft ! , 
Clower William W, briekmasooi r J[l 
Coachman Maria, ool'd, Iaaiidra% f:-' 
Coakley Alexander J, hiemfLU-iArl^] 
Cobb Adaline, ool'd, laandressy t 
Cobb Charles (Moldoon, Wakofti 
Cobb Erasmus, ooFd, barb^^^: ^ 
Cobb Jackson, ool'd, porter Sg^, 
Coochi David, oon6ctioiim,4ir 
Cochran Cl^n N, mess Smii \^^^ 
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Cochran EHas A, elk bds 103 Wa^^^ j^^^^^ry 

Cody Caroline, col'd, laundress, r rear 127 Wheat 

f!odv C C. r 265 West Peachtree „ „ ' 

Sdy Fences, col'd. laundry r 101 E Hunter 

Cody Richard, col'd, lab, r 307 Fraser ^„ 

Cody William H, with Langston & Crane 

Cody W B, fireman Traynham ^ Co 

cS^Charles M, painter, bds 81 N Butler 

Toe C C carpenter, r 368 Peachtree 
Sowightlcar'penter.r 368 Peachtree 

^ ^S SKictTnd -S«^ of Health, 20 Dectur, 

Coffin^'lSu^, rrD C McPhee, r H Co^^ties 

Cofield Anderson, col'd, farmer r 78 Humphries 

Coggins Jame. H, repairer WU Tel Co, r 1 1 » 

Coggins John, fireman W & A R B 

Cohin Adolph (Marcus & Cohen), r 1 9 W m.ams 

Cohen A Sefxas (W S TurBer &Co), r 31 N Pryor 

Cohea Edward B, elk, r 26 Pratt 

Shen Eugene, coVd, waiter Markham House 

Cohen Jonas L (Cpben & Sel.g). r 111 E Garnett 

a- ]^t a^? Cote?Ld^r^=). whol ^uors and 
cigars, 23 E Alabama 

mma 4'^oTjx c«h» a«d JSeiig),.io.i.i«g»a 

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Colbert Henry, printer Constitution 

Cole David, col'd, lab, r 116 "Ellis 



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Cole F, col'd, steward National Hotel 

Cole F G, carpenter W & A R R 

Cole George T, dep U S HarBhal> r 2& Strong 

Cole Hicks col'd, cook, r 22 Terry ^ 

Cole Juliaffy col'd, lab, bds 82 Forrest 

Cole Moses (M Qole & Co), r McDonoogh rd 

COLE M ft CO (M Cole and C Wallace), narseiymeo^ fl 

and seedsmen; nursery, McDonough rd; office, 2 Wmtdial 

^ee adv. opp. title) 
Cole William W (J C Palmer & Co), r ISiMangnm 
Coleman Albert, col'd, wks W & A R R 
Coleman A C, carpenter, r 461 Marietta 
Coleman Julius, col'd, waiter Cannon House 
Coleman Laura, col'd, laundress, r 90 Gray 
Coleman Mary C, wid James, r 29 E Harris 
Coleman Mollie, col'd, nurse, r rear County Jail 
Coledian Nancy, col'd, r rear 75 McDonough * 
Coleman Rebecca, col'd, laundress, r 82 Forrest 
Coleman Robert, col'd, hostler O fl Jones, r 374 Collins 
Coleman W H, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Coles Clifford, elk Ga R R, bds 37 Washington ^ 

Coles Harrison, col'd, undertaker, 179J Marietta, r 126 W pf* 

Baker 

Coley Jesse M, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r Mayson's Ferry rdj JL 

Bellwood ^ 

er Charles A (Ct.llier <fe Collier), r 240 Rawson S 

er Frances, col'd, laundress, r es Mangum, nr Rhodes 

er Guilford, col'd, lab, r rear 128 S Pryor 

er Geoi^ W (Berry & Co), r county 

er Henry L, civil engineer, bds 45 Nelson 

er Isaac, col'd, cook Markham House 

er Jane, col'd, cook, r R R, nr Spring 

er John (Collier & Collier), r 45 Nelson 

er John W, with Berry <fe Co, bds 45 Nelson 

er Leah, col'd, laundress, r 16 Wells 

er Maribo L, foreman W & A R R, r 21 Mills 

er Thomas, col'd, lab, r 18 Green's Ferry ay 

er Thomas J, r Gray, nr Johnson v 

e r Wil lis, col'd, d river, r rear 45 NeL^n 
COLUEB ft COIUEB (J and C A Collier), lai^yers, 57 m 

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Collins Fannie, col'd, laundress, r 99 Decatur ' ^ 

Collins James D, elk Superior and City Courts, r 20 MQl>onough 




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Collins John R, lab, r 61 FMto 
Collins Kate, col'd, cook, r 16 Horton 

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^ Colquitt William E, r 54 Walton 

:48 Colville James E, route •gtUSEvMS -.^^ 

S SmSj^rn7;,rd,'iM Ainsou rl20m^^^^^^ 
^. Combs Laui, col'd, laundress, r rear 43 W Hunter 
i SSS Martha, col'd, laundress, r 12 Bradbury 

I g::j£iSi"^5:chl»S Wilson 

I aaia^^u?n,?rH^^^^^^^^ «e .r Forsyth 
J- Concordia Hall, ss Mitchell, nr Broad rp„,.„„ii 

I SrSauiel. coVd, lab, r « Dover, bet Hay ne. and Tattnall 
^ Cone William B, salesman, bds 56 Windsor _ 

§ SSJleton ^bert, col'd, wks Markham House, r rear 10, W 

« aifthu'.Sc?l*C.X"^-^' ^L lh^S:iaw.ers, 
B Con.^ly'K V laundr.^, r ns Porter bet Chapel and High 

-g aSnall^y E^ Z'^S^ 26 ^f^f^^^i'^^J^^^^ 
S Ponnallv John, wks Oakland Cemetery, r 16 »M^<»« 
g SnSy 8Lh>l'd.laundre«,rnsPorter,lgC^^^ 
^ Connell James E, grocer, 22 Rh^es, r 204 Hay nes 
^ Connolly Arthur, grocer, 131 ^ Hitter 
« Connolly Arthur B. captam po|>ce. ^^ 241 E Hunter 
•3 Connolly Eliza, wiA John, r 241 E Hunter 
•S Ponnollv Henry T. elk P Lynch, bds 241 E Hunter 
frgriij-JoK. ^k J^J ^Ivey, bds 241^^^ 

g Conno^ John M, guard chain «?°g'5,Sf ^J'^^ter 
^ Connolly John T, el k A Connolly, bds 131 E Hu nter 

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Connolly Oliver, coFd, butcher A A Shields 

Connor Mary, wid Edward, r 69 Tharmond , ' 

Connor Michael, stadent, bds 39 N Pryor 

Connor Michael J (Ryan & Connor), bds 39 N Pryor 

Consel yea Alexa nder, wks Cotton Factory, r 5 Magazine 

coHSTrrnnoH FUBUsmirG co. Albert Howeii, o 

pres; W A Hemphill, bus manager; 34 S Broad.- (See^S 
adv. p. 77.) I " 

CONSTITUTION, THE DAILT, W A Hemphill, bus mao- 
ager; 34 S B road. (See adv. p. 77.) 

CONVENT OF THE DOIACULATE CONCSPT|DN, 

conducted by the Sisters of Mercy ; es Loyd, bet Hunter 

and Mitchell. (See adv. p. 66.) 
Conway John J, elk, bds 67J Whitehall 
Conwell Edward, wks W <fe A R R, bds 62 N Calhoun 
Conyers Joseph T, ooPd, plasterer, r Foundry, sw cor Haynea B 
Conyers Louisa, ooFd, laundress, r rear 139 Walker C 

Conyers Murphy, col'd, shoemkr S Jackson, r 59 Hilliard g 

Conyers Peter, tsol'd, lab, bds Foundry^ sw cor Haynes S 

Cook Anna, wid John, r 40 Stonewall ^ 

Cook Arthur, col'd, lab, r 20 Randolph <D 

Cook Benjamin, col'd, lab, r 46 Ivy 
Cook David A, station kpr, r es Haney, nr Ga R B 
Cook David R, wks Atlanta Rollinj Mill Co, r 45 Victoria 
Cook Edward, col'd, waiter National Hotel 
Cook Ellison R, dk, r 214 S Pryor 
Cook Esther M Miss, bds Anderson, cor GrAnt p 



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Cook G W, grocer, 234 Decatur 

Cook Hannah Mrs, bds Anderson, cor Grant 

Cook H C, capt Co £ 2d Inf, r McPheraon Barracks 

Cook Issaohar J, constable 18 Whitehall, r 144 Nelson 

Cook John, tailor, r 141 Ira 

Cook John E(Cook & Logan), r 125 Thompson 

Cook Joseph M, wks Brown & Ryan 

Cook Julius L, elk, bds 1 10 S Forsyth 

Cook J S, wks Ga R R jj^ 

Cook Lewis, grocer, and marshal West End, r Gordon, WE ^ 

Cook Nathan B, with S C Hitchcock, bds 311 Hwiston. M 

Cook Virgil C, physician, bds Anderson, cor Grant ^ 

Cook W F Rev, presiding elder M E Church, (South); r 214 S JT 

Pryor w? 

Cook & Logan (J E Cook and F R Logan), com mers, 68 E >• 

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-* S^Je F J. with Dfck'& CoT; Norcroes, Ga 

S^ Cooper A Jadson, grocer, 71 Chapel, r sb c 
> CooJ:^i''E SL, «c Eclectic D-^-V. bds 391 Ma.guu. 
-^ C^^Sr Charles lilper f '-**^S F^l^i, Bdlwocd 

I a^?^rTimothy,~^a.i'*''^3,«~'^ 

t g°pKnYwX;~Vd: ^^p^nter, , 7 W Peters 
^a^^rS^uJdirSta KolUog Mm Co, r 42^ 
t CoprJ^ J-- L. -^ Atlanta Rolling Mill Co. r Marietta, 
I CorbSlly'^KS^^^^^^ Co 

' 5corleyrr<«ndactorW&ARR.rI)««tur,Ga 
M cSt Phlckney, ehoemkr, r ^ Church, e of Spnng 
•^ Cornwell E, '«'»*«»>"?» Pj ;5A^ ^^ eor Gordon, W E 
Corput G«?to^?l»Snt'l^* jTclor (So^ WE 

S SS|^ Willian..'clk J W Stok^, M«f S Doyd 

« Oor4 r«n^^;^'S'>^J„"^ CrSmur7r 36 S Botler 

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Oothran John, r 397 Mangum . "' 

Cotter Robert O, bkkpr Barke & Hancock, bda '72 Marietta 

Cottingiiam Henry M, genl frt agt A-L Ry, r sb Richardson^ bet 

Pryor and Form wait 
Cotton Emily, col'd, lanndrees, r rear 179 EFair 
Cotton Jonn'W, grocer, 128 8 Forsyth, r ws Hood, nr Whitehall 
Cotton Sarah J, wid Bryant, r 107 Ellis 
Coulter Fred F, express agt, r 49 Crew 
County Jail, G Whit Anderson jailor; 38 Eraser 
Court House, es Washington, bet Hunter i^nd Mitchell 
Courtney John C, bkkpr W <fe A R R, r 16 Markham 
Covington James W, ins agt, r ns Clarke, bet Washington and 

Pulliam 
Covington John W, elk J S Raine, bds ns Clarke, bet Washing- 
ton and Pulliam 
Cowart John W, watchman, r 267 Jones 
Cowart Lela Miss, teacher Ivy St School, r 289 Peachtree 
Cowey Robert, col'd, cook, r 74 Houston 
Cox Elkanah, col'd, lab, r 7 Wells 

Cox Henry T (H T Cox & Co), r Louisville, Tenn . ' 

Cox, Hill k Thompson (W B Cox, W R Hill and Joseph 

Thompson Jr), distillers and whol liquors, 29 Peachtree 
Cox H T <fe Co (H T and N H Cox), produce com mers, 9 S 

Forsyth 
Cox Jacksdn L (Cox dc Archer) r 153 Walton 
COZ JAMES E, claim agt W <fe A R R, r 97 Thompson 
Cox John, col'd, grocer, r 260 Jones 
Cox John W, boots and shoes, 37 Peachtree, r 24 Wheat 
Cox Nathan F, elk Tax Collector, bds 15 Mitchell 
Cox Nathaniel H (H T Cox & Co), r 28 W Foundry 
Cox Robert B, butcher, r 269 W Peters 
Cox Wesley, col'd, grocer, ns Tattnall, cor Mitchell 
Cox William, lab, r 88 W& ARR 
Cox William B (Cox, Hill <& Thompson, and E A Robertson & 

Co), r 201 Ivy 
Cox William P (G McGinly & Co), r Kimball House 
Oox & Archer (J L Cox and A J Archer), dry goods, 24 Marietta 
Coyen James, fiirmer,r 131 E Harris 
Cozart A M, wid H W, r 49 W Peters 
Craddock Douglas, col'd, shoemkr, 436 Marietta, r 144 Gray 
Craddock William E, col'd, shpemkr, bds 144 Gray 
Craft Henry T, elk, bds 55 8 Forsyth 
Craig Andrew C, reel driver Hose Co No 4, r 47 E Simpson 
Craig Arthur, colU kb, r 93 Willow 



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^ Craie Williwn R, machinist W & AB K 

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? Boylrton), whol dry goods, 6 8 Pryor . ,-k-_. 

I Crane Charles A, with LangstonA Crane, r 46 E Alabama 
rf Crankshaw Charles W, bds 111 Nelaon 

tf Crankflhaw Hamilton, lumber, r 111 Nelson 

n Cravath E M Rev, trustee Atlanta TTn.vers.ty, r New York 

S Crawford Abel W.bds National Hotel 

* Crawford Ann C, Wid N M, r 369 Houston 
>|, Crawford C P, lawyer, 21 Marietta „ _ „ ^ , 
V^Crawford Fraiklin A, delivery dkW & A R B, r 37 Nelson 
a Crawford George, ool'd, lab, r 292 Wheat 
frcJ^SoH GgT;, offio^ 5 E Alabama r>V,lkinson Co 

* Crawford Harriet, ool'd, dwssmkr, r 12 Chapel 
•* Crawford John, elk J Keely, r 25 Formwalt 

Crawford Lewis G, r 363 Houston 

Crawford Rachel, col'd, laundress, r 38 8 Bell 

J Crenshaw James L, collector C C Hammock , 

Crenshaw William (Holland & Crenshaw), r 24 WhitehaW 
Crew Benjamin B (Phillips & Crew and Phillips, Crew & 

Freyer), r 33 W Harris ; 

Crew 8t 8chool, John Ishara, prin; 119 Crew 

Crew William, fireman W & ABB 
Crews John, pnddler AUanta Boiling Mill Co 
Crews Matilda, col'd, laundress, r 83 Spring 
CrichtoD John PDrj2ii?hto°-K«»nrfy &CoV 133 ^lUns 
r^TPflTOH KEHNSDT & CO J P Cnchton, H P Ken- 
*^SS^?<i Twis P Crichton), whol and ret cigars and 
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Crichton Thomas P (Crichton, Kennedy <& Co), bds 133 Collins 
Crim James A^ watchman Longlej & Bobinson, r 101 N Cal« 

houn 
Crim William M, watchman W & A B K, r 64 Yoang 
Crisler Mack, col'd, lab, r Marietta rd, nr W & A B B 
Crissenberry Andrew, col'd, lab, bds W2 Mangam 
Crockett Amos, col'd, lab, r 49 Bobbins 
Crockett Berry, col'd, lab, r 161 Irwin / 

Crockett Sarah, col'd, cook, r Edgewood 
Croft George W, brickmason, r 263 W Peters 
Croft William, col'd, lab, r es Bandolph, nr limits 
Crogman William H, col'd, teacher, bds 377 Whitehall 
Cromley Catharine Mrs, grocer, 264 Marietta 
Crookshanks William M, with Howard, Wood & Co, r 276 

Bawson 
Crosby Isaac, pattern mkr, r 56 Gra B B 
Crosier Greorge, col'd, lab, r rear 22 Spring 
Cross Edwin E, carpenter, r 62 Gilmer 
Cross Joseph, col'd, porter Simons & Lee 
Crouch James M, carpenter W & A B B, r 5 Chapel 
Crouch M E, harness mkr, r 5 Chapel 
Crouch William T, carpenter J C Peck & Co 
Crow Groorge W, painter, r Alabama, se cor Pryor 
Crow Joseph, col'd, lab, r rear Oounty Jail. 
Crow Stephen Y, cooper, r 123 G^ B B 
Crozier James N, engineer W & A B B 
Crumby Jeremiah, col'd, lab, r B^ples, cor Spring, W E 
Crdmley Catharine Mrs, grocer, k64 Marietta 
Crumley Daniel, wks Winship ^Bro, r 320 Marietta 
Crumley William M, Jr, elk, r^lO^Valton, 
Cruse John S, lab, bds ns Maysoif^sFerry rd. Bell wood 
Cruse William B, lab, rns Mayson's Ferry rd, Bellwood 
Crusselle James A, blacksmith, 1 Peachtree rd 
Crusselle Thomas A, mason, r 143 North av 
Crusselle Thomas G W, gtooer, 1 Peachtree rd 
Crusen Frank, elk J Warlick & Sons, bds 63 Peachtree 
Crutc hfield King D, col' d, car penter, r 271 N Calhoun 
CULBEBSOir AVOUSTUS B, lawyer, 61 E Alabama, r W £ 
Culberson Gerald H, dep elk Superior Court, r W E 
Culberson Isaac, col'd, porter G 8 Prior 
Culberson James H, carpenter, r Irwin, sw cor Gordon, W E 
Culberson John C, elk, r Gordon, sw cor Lee, W E 
Culberson Ovid I^grocer, Gordon, sw cor Lee, r Grordon, se 

cor Garnett, WE 

lULLMAN PAL.ACK <^ARS iM^e Atluite dailv for WMhiogton 
hj tb« K£NN£SAW ROUTE— Dftlton, Qrisiol and Lynehborg. 






' Culberson William C, carpenter, bdsli-win, sw cor Gordon, W E 
Nullum Michael, lab, r 221 Martin 
0i Cullum James C, bds Kiinball House 
lAXulpepper Daniel, col'd, lab, r 33 ^wson 
*CulbeJEer Isaiah, cpl'd, lab, ' 102 Fraser 
«» CalEr JesM W, with G W Adair r 39 W Hams 
*tuimTgs Fred, barkpr J Broad r 76 S Broad 
a Cummings James E, painter, r 7 Jon« 
Z Cummings Mary, col'd hundred, r 32 B K 
J Cummings Mary, wid Jam^, r 54 MUls 
* Cumminis W B, binder J P Harrison & Co, r 7 Jones 
^Cundell Joseph, bkkpr, bds Cannon House 

Z Cuneo Louis, confectioner, 8 l!- Wall ii.u,_„ nw cor 

% Cunningham Alexander T, cotton buyer, Alabama, nw oor 
^ Forsyth, r 172 McDonough ^ „ „ . ,, p„ - o<. 

VCunning/am Augustus H, printer J P Harrison & Co, r 23 

1 Cunn^nSTam Frank, col'd. drayman A C & B F Wyly. r 95 
•3 CunuTSm George, porter Tommey, Slewart & Beck, r 42 

IcTJtoBqHAM JOHN D, lawyer, 5 Kimball House, 

M r Ashby, WE , , ^ _, . 

Z Cunningham Marion, col'd, lab, r ns Cox, nr Fort 
«• Cunningham Nelson, col'd, wks C K K 
^ Cunniniham William A, painter, r 43 Bush 
•I Cunniniham William H, pr nter, r 17 Tattnall 
g Cunniniham Wilson, col'<f, lab r ^ H.Umrd, »' Harrm 
h Curbow D Newton, carpenter J C Peck & Co, r 25 Magazine 
^ dureton Charles, col'd, lab, r rear 254 N Calhoun 

2 Cureton David, col'd, porter Stewart, Wood & Fam 
|3 Cureton Isaac, col'd, wks Hunn.cntt & Bejlingraths 
5 cSn William, col'd, porter Stewart, Woo<l & l<a.n, r 
W 144 Alexander \ 

Curlce Martha L, wid T J, r 176 Marietta 
-, Curran John M, harness mkrD Morgan, r Haines, cor Hunter 
S Currier Charles E, bkkpr, r 174 Ivy 
O Curry Amanda, col'd, laundress, r rear 22 Luckie ^ 

O Curry Hardy, col'd, grocer, 164 Frawr 
fc^ Curry Jane, wid John, r Chapel, nr Barracks 
W Cur? Jefferson, col'd,'wks J J Williams & Co, r 110 Ellis 
Cur? John, col'd, wks A-L By, r 246 E Fair 
Curry Kate, col'd, cook, bds 37 Richmond 
Curry Moses, col' d, lab, r 37 Richmond 

-r-tT-KT-B- A-LL LINEN Shi rU mode to order »t|i4H per doien and up- 
in^Jirt., .1 WllioJj & 0REEKMUR8, 25 Whit.h.U. 



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Curry Patrick, col'd, drayman J J Williams & Co 

Cartis Benjamin F, grocer, 287 W Peters, r.l23 Walker ' 

Curtis Charles E, elk, bds 74 N Pryor 

Curtis J A (Curtis* & Smith), r 85 Peachtree 

Curtis Mary E Mrs, dressmkr, 74 N IPryor 

Curtis <fe Smith (J A Cartis and F C , Smith), carriage ranfrs, 

85 Peachtree 
Cushen berry A, coFd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Custom House, Marietta, nw cor Forsyth 
Cyrus Warren, col'd, porter W A Bedell, r 300 W Mitchell 

DOMESTIC BLISS JLT.tr'Sf.'S 

whftt H should b«. No hoaseiceeper can be expected to keep a home neat when 
tike walls are coDstaatlj crumbling away, as is the e«se with bad plastering. 

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DABBS JAMES, coFd, shoemkr, 263 W Mitchell 
Dabney Frank M, elk A-L Ry, bd« 104 E Peters - 
Dabney John F, elk, bds 104 E Peters 
l>abney Joh n W, with T J Dabney, bds 72 Wheat 
DABNET TTBE J, who! grocer, 57 and 59 Peachtree, r 98 

N Collins 
Dabney William, col'd, lab, r 22 Clifford 
Dabney W A Rev, pastor Hunter St Church, r 67 Bell 
Dabney William H, lawyer, r 104 E Peters 
Dabney W J, Ga State Lottery, bds Markham House 
Dade Coal Company, Joseph E Brown, pres; C T Watson, sec 

and treas; office, W & A R R bailding 
Daggett A S, capt Co H, 2d Inf, r McPherson Barracks 
Dallas George J (W B Lowe & Co), and councilman Second 

Ward^ r 44 Jones - 

Dalton William, wks L Lieberraan, bds 55 S Forsyth 
Daly Catharine, wid Martin, r 35 Castleberry 
Daly John, elk J Keely, bds 35 Castleberry 
Daly Patrick, engineer W <fe A R R, r 40 Castleberry 
Daly William, elk Hdqrs Dept of the South 
Dameron John D, with H Hirsch, bds 29 Mechanic 
Daniel Benjamin A, elk Cox & Archer, bds 97 Luckie 
Daniel Catherine, wid Jackson, r 41 Jones 
Daniel G, col'd, wks W & A R R shop, r Jackson, nr Harris 

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Daniel Griffin, coPd, lab, r 160 Fillmore_ 
Daniel Isham C, dk G W Price, Ms 54 Walnut 
DanielJames, cord, lab, bds 275 Deotur 

iniel James C, with G W Price, r 47 Houston 

iniel John B (Daniel & Marsh), r 36 Forrest 
^^iel John H, wks Pellegrini & Castleberry, r 139 W Fair 

f. Daniel John P, wks C R R, r 97 Luckie 
Daniel Larkin, ooFd, lab, r 5 Pulbam 
^ Daniel Lucinda, coPd, laundress, r 56 Gate City 

^ Daniel Mary, ctl'd, laundress rl03Rhodes 

Daniel Oliver, ool'd, lab, r 127 McDamel ^ 

Daniel Rebecca, wid William, r 186 Marietta 
rf^Daniel Wesley, col'd, lab, r 275 Decatur 

TDaniel WC, farmer, r 221 Hayn^ • 

* 'HAimSL A ifATMnr (J B Damel and E W Mar8h,,Jr), 

^ wl^and retdr^and medicines, 13 Decatur 

« Danids Ho«ce A (Daniels & Reinhardt), r 16 Connally 

DannTSct L, d^^ and tobacco, 1 Peachtree, r 55 W Gar- 

^ Dansvllle Turner, colM, drayman, r rear 76 Formwalt 
Z Darbv George, ool'd, lab, r es S Pryor, nr limits . 

1 DarbV Thaddeus, coFd, driver, r es S Pryor, nr limits 
i Darden E B, contracts, r 167 E Simpson 
S Darden Wesley, coFd, drayman, r 110 1? air 
t SalrneU Sion A, lawyer a/d special comm'r of claims, room 2, 
15 20 Decatur, r 153 W Mitchell ^ _ ^. ,. , ^ , .^^ ^ 

'a sASHmU. ETTDOLPHUS S (R S Dashiell & Co), r 168 S 

"g n^mrnX. -R S & CO (R S Dashiell and Rufus A Yarne- 
I ^^*S?ii?fe and SSL agts, 27* Whitehall. (See adv. 

I Daug'hert^'^^^^^^ A Mrs, boarding RR, bet Bartow and Spring 
I DAUGHERTY, see also DOUGHERTY 
^ Davenport Jesse, col'd, lab, r 153 N BuUer 

§•* Davenport Joseph P, bkkpr M Wellfeouse 
Davenport William, col'd, lab, r rear 38 W Peters _ 
^ , Davidion Elias, coFd, wks A & W Pt R R' ^^ ^^^^^..^^^'^ 
H Davidson E A, printer Constitution, Ms 43* Whitehall 
pL4 Davidson Harriet, ^oFd, cook, r 444 E Fair 



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^ll.7S?foT$36 per dcen, at W.i^on & Cb.««uk',. 25 Whitehall. 



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Davis Abraham, ool'd, lab, r 172 Ellis I 

Davis Anderson, col'd, wks AtUinta l^ohine Works, r 186 

Butler 
Davis Andrew, coPd, wks W D ilutchina 
Davis Andrew W, grain broker, r 35 Larkin 
Davis Annie, coFd, laundress, r 43 Gnlktt 
Davis Anthony, coPd, barber, r 26 Windsor 
Davis Anthonj, col'd, lab, r 124 £ Cain 
Davis A W, bkkpr J C Davis, bds 151 Peachtree 
Davis Benjamin J, r 64 Fairlie 

Davis Cato, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 18d N Butler 
Davis Christopher C, cotton buyer, r 27 Tattnall 
Davis Daniel, coPd, wks W & A RR, r 242 Wheat 
Davis Edward, ooPd, waiter Wilson House 
Davis Elijah, ool'd, lab, r 20 Pettis 
Davis Francis M, miller, bds 65 W Mitehell 
Davis George, col'd, lab, r rear 64 Cone 
Davis George, lightning ro<ls, bds 61 Cone 
Davis Georgia, wid Lorenzo, r 10 Bailey 
Davis Hannah, ool'd cook, r ns Ellis, nr Butler f^ 

Davis Henry, col'd, lab, r 65 Haynes p 

Davis Henry, col'd, lab, r rear 193 E Cain M 

Davis Henry, coPd, lab, bds 172 Ellis m 

Davis Henry, ool'd, wks O A Smith, r Bellwood ^ 

Davis H L, col'd, shoemkr,232 Deoitur, res Coll ins,nr Decatur 5. 



Davis Jackson, ool'd, lab, r 465 Whitehall 

Davis James, ool'd, blacksmith, r 103 Rhodes 

Davis James, col'd, cook, r ns Ellis, nr Calhoun 

Davis James, col'd, wks Ga R R, r 179 E Baker 

Davis James, wks gas works, r 10 Bailey 

Davis James, wks Hunnicutt <& Bellingraths 

DAVIS JAMES C, propr Empire Mills, R I^ bet Foundry 

and Cain, r 151 Peachtree 
Davis Jane, col'd, cook, r Connally, nr limits 
Davis Jerry, ool'd, lab, r 333 Jones 
Davis John, col'd, lab, r 175 Rawson 
Davis John, col'd, lab, r ws Randolph, nr Irwin 
Davis John (Porter & Davis), r 219 Marietta 
Davis Jones S, sunt Atlanta Cotton Factory Co, r 85 Luckie 
Davis Joseph H, butcher, 12 S Broad, r 10 Bartow 
Davis J J, tailor M <& J Hirsch, r es Pender's av, nr 4th 
Davis J 8, grocer, 136 Houston 
Davis Larkin L, r 82 S Forsyth 
Davis Lewis, col'd, lab, r 220 Jones 

O SECURE SPEED. ^My »wd Comfort, buy Tickets tU The 
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i)avi« Louiaa, cook, r 114 Ma^ne 
^ Divh Lnoin*, ooW, l«b, r 96 E Fait 

t Davis Lucy, wid JauMS, r 40 Powers 
S^ Mafiida, ool'd, lanndnsss, r 317 W M.tehell 
Svis Mollis il'd, s«m»t«.s, r 181.S Fo«yth 
Davis M, brick mason, bd« AnderMU, nr Grant 

- Davis M E, wid A J, r 29 HilUard 
a Davis Nora, col'd, seamstress, r 43 Line 
^ Davis Orriil, col'd, blacksmith, r 103 Rhodes 
Davis Robert P, elk, bds 110 S Forsyth 

M Davis Samuel, ool'd, lab, r rear Oron^ Jail 

7. Davis Simon, col'd, lab, r ss CoXj ur Fort _,_,„, 

8 navfa Steohen H. iaddler, 30 Peachtree, r 146 !>««»»»' ^ . 

I SvU Thom«,?nS^ Hunnicutt & BelUngraths, r 135 Houstdh 

r, Davis Warren, ool'd, lab, r 86 Hwe _ 

^ Davis Washington, col'd, dnv« J » Wy'« * ^ 

• Davis William, hackman, r 263 W Mitchell 

^ Davis William, col'd, lab, r Fortfer, sw cor Fort_ 

a Davis WiUiam, col'd, lab, r ns Richardson, bet Pryor and 

2 Windsor ,, . • < 
S Davis Willis, col'd, lab, r 131 MagaMne ^ ^ 

ai Davison Thomas A, trav agt, r 186 Whitehall 

3 Dawkins Rhoda, col'd, seamstress, r 42 W Humphries 

^ Dawson Dennis, ool'd, lab, r W E / r„ii;„, 

X5 Dawson James H, with Moore, Marsh <% Go, r 24 Collins 

« Dawson Jeremiah, ool'd, lab, r « Mangum, nr Rhodes 
- Dawson Joseph, col'd, lab, r 66 FoUe^s row 

Dawson M, c^k W & A R R, r 191 W Mitchell 
a Dawson Reuben J, r 24 Collins 

I S^ ?S:?ni-Jl^l^i^bK5r ^^^^ . S4 Gullatt 

fe^iT^sSlESmfw.'^'^rfish and game, James' Bank 
-e Blk, front RR,r 132 Golktt 

S Day Susan, wid William, r 116 W Hunter 
^ Day W E, col'd, shoemkr, bds 40 Richmond 

^ Sin eS' Sd' wkf n W Pt R R, r rear 108 Peachtree 
S^n Filfio.;iM«ym« J C Cart;r, r 158 Richardson 
Dean George, ool'd, lab, r 27 Moeeley 
Dean Jttse P (L Dean & Son), r 21 Jones 

- - Dan John P, wks A-L Ry, r ns Newton, nr Mangum 

CO Dean Lemuel (L Dean & Son), 348 Marietta 

t* D^n L & Son (L & J P Dean), grocers, 356 Manetto 



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Dean Millard, fireman W d; A R B, r 46i Jonea 

Dean William D, bkkjpr ES Gaj/bda KimbalLHooie 

Deardan Andrew J, brickmaton, r ^ Terry 

Deaa WiUiam A, pattemmkr A-L By, r 85 Hill 

Deas W E, hkk]fr, r 85 Hill 

Decatnr Isaac, ooFd, shoemkr, r 238 W Mitc^dl 

Decatur Thomas, coFd, lab, r OhacM^, nr fittrracks 

Deckner James, carpenter H P Saroid, r conntj 

Deoosta Adaline, ooFd, lanndress, r 108 Eraser 

Dedrick Aueost, foreman Bnrke & Hancock, r 113 £ Harris 

Deems Charles, elk, bds 61 Larkin 

DeEoor James A, grocer, 137 W Peters, r 71 Walker 

Dese John H, shoemkr M Oaioea, r 145 North av 

DeGlve Laorent, propr DeGive^s Opera House, 35 Mar ietla, r 

35 Irwin 
DeGive's Opera Honse, Marietta, ne cot Forsylb 
deOra£fenried A B, wid S, r 111 E Mitdiell 
deGrafifenried Marshall, lawyer, room 3, 20 Decatur, r 182 

Luokie ^ 
Delhi Albert H, machinist W<&ABB,rl8 Spring 
Delhi George A, machinist W & A B B, bds 18 Spring 
Delhi John, machinist W^ A B B, bds 18 Spring 
Delhi Joseph, printer Sunny South, bds 18 Spring 
Delaroche Lavinia MDeb, with Hunt, Bankin & lAmar 
Delbridge Allen J, ool'd, shoemkr, 6 Whitehall, r 33 Valentine 
DeLay Mary C, wid H B, r 259 Marietta 
Ddea Bobert L, book agt, r 231 Ivy 
Delkin Bertha Miss, wi& F E Block 
Delleshaw Caroriile, wid Edward, r 212 E Fair 
Delleshaw D Cicero, harness mkr S H D^vis,. bds 212 £ Fair 
Delmotta Adolphus A Bev, ooPd, r 107 Chapel 
Delpey Emily, wid Amos, r Terry, bet Jones and Fair 
Demarest Albert Z (Crane, Boylston & Co)^r Now York 
Demarest D, aichiteot and builder, r ns Marietta^ ar Pender's ar 
Demarest Lewis, col'd, carpenter, r 194 Bidiardson 
Demmon Frank, shoemkr, bds 106 W Mitchell 
Demsey C A, lieut 2d Inf, r McPheraon Barracks 
Denham John, grocer, 265 W Peters 
Denham Bobert W T, carpenter, r 241 W Fair 
Denk August, bkkpr Elsas, May 4fe Co, bds 184 S Pryor • 
Dennis Green, col'd, carpenter, r 130 Wheat 
Dennis James W, graoer, junc Mayson'a Ferry rd and W ^ 

BB,BelIwood 
Dennis Monroe J, brickmason, r 97 Thompsoii 

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Dennis Polly, ool^<l, <»ok, r 176 Fort 

Dent Johii W, coFd, barkpr, r 5 Ivy ^ ' 

Dent Samuel, colM, porter Markham House . , o a 

Dent William, elk Ohamberlin, Boynton & Co, bd§ 112 8 

Denw<^Su8an,ooW, cook r rear 74 NC^lHns 

Derby Jaoob B, witk G H Miller & Co, W^^^aikham House 

DeSaallee Lewis, fancy goods and noUons, 29 Whitehall, r 7 

DeSau2S!Sre Charles A, ins agt,' 6 Whitehall, r 179 Washington 
Dettre George B, bds 104 McDonongh 
DeTaam L W, painter, r 166 Haynes 
Devera Charles, r rear 136 Walker 
Devine Geoige, coFd, wks J J Tolbert 

•Devine Thomas, ool'd, lab, r 226 Jon« 
Dewald George A, dk H Castleman, bds 273 Whitehall 
Dewald Solomon, com mer, r 273 Whitehall 
Dewberry Benjamin F, firemam A ifc W Ft K K 
Dewberry Doc, carpenter, r 138 Davis ^^ , «^ w n 

Dexter Amory, cotton bi:^er,44 E Alabama, bds 39 W Harris 
Desell Mary Mrs, seamstress, r 62 Johnson 
Dickart W 8, engineer W 4& A B R 
Dickerson John, colM, lab, r 33 Mosel^ 

Dickey A E Mrs, dressmkr, r 208 Whitehall 
DidcerJameBKcrfkW&ARR, r67Fonc8t 

Dick^ Robert E, printer Sunny Sonth, r 208 Whitehall 
Dickinson Benjamin, ooPd, carpenter, r 47 Richmond 
Dickinson David W, pl««tew^, r 61 Ivy 
Dickinson John, dk ^ks & Tye, bds 24 Church 
Dickson Asbury, ool'd, lab, r 88 EUiott 
Dickson Harriets oolM, laundress, r 90 t«fkta 
Dickson HentT^orfd, driver W S Wf bon ^ Bro 
DlOnOV mniT Ht hook and job printer, 32 B Broad, r 

dewtleberry 
Dickson James, ool'd. Jab, r 88 ElUott . , ' , ^ ,, , 

Dickson James M, pressman H H Dtekson, bds 23 Castleberry 
Didtson Jasper, oaiy, lab, r Cbesjimt^ Bedcwith 
Didtson Lottie, colM,kBiidw(Mj^ 60 Will^^ 
Dickson Lufanda, coFd, lann^tess, r 31 Green's Ferry av 
Dickson Mallory T, dk, bds Cannon House 
Dickson Margare^ooFd, cook, r 7 W Peters 
Dickson MolTie, wk» Robert, r 69 Hilliard 
Dickson Robert, ooPd, wks B H Broomhead, r county 

Dickson Ta«wdl T, bkkpr J C Carter, r 222 8 Pryor _^ 



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Dickson Wickliss F, painter, r Warner av, bet J<2rDai aod ^iftis 
Dickson William C, printer Constitution, r 6.Q»deberry 
Dickson William £, cabinet mkr, 30 Whitehall, r 6 Casdeberty 
Dickson William M, dk Sou Mutual Ins Co, r 165 8 Pryor 
Diehl Mary, wid Alexander, r 181 W Hunter ' 

Diggs Joseph, ool'd, lab, r 12 W & A R R 
Dignan Dominick, dk Hdqrs Dept of the South, bds 33 K 

Foundry 
Dill Charles W, photographer, 26 Peachtree, r county' 
Dillon Dominic J, r 233 Ivy 
Dimmock William R, machinist, bds 36 Pryor 
Dine Andrew, wks Atlanta City Brewery, r 280 N Calhouu 
Direct Trade Union of the Patrons of Hnsfaaodry, Hon AH 

Colquitt, pres ; E T Pai ne, sec ; 7 State House 

DnUBOTOXT OP THE OTTT OF AXLASTA, A E 

Shoi^bs, publisher ; (7 IT^onMNxi compiler. Direetoriet 

of all prindpal dties in the United States on file fbrnfer- 

ence. Office, 24 S Broad 
Dison Alva, &rmer, bds ns Fnir, nr Forsyth 
Dison Fliza, wid John, r ns Fair, nr Forsyth 
Dittler Alexander, bkkpr, r 60 Formwalt 
Dixie Amanda, col'd, laundress, r 17 £ l^uris 
Dixon Anderson, col'd lab, r 16 PuUiam 
Dixon Annie, col'd, laundress, r 38 Thurmond 
Dixon Anthony, col'd, janitor DeGive's Opera House, r Houston, 

nr limits 
Doane John A, bds 7 £ Hunter 

Dobbins M O, vice pres Georgia Banking <& Trust Company 
Dobbins William, engineer GaRR, bds 272 £ fVir 
Dobbs Aaron, col'd, Ub, r 186 Martin 
Dobbs £mily, wid Thomas, r 19 Oreen's Ferry av 
Dobbs Jeff, col'd, draymai( M C d: J F Kiser & Co, r es Dover^ 

bet Haynes and Tatltaall 
Dobbs John, col'd, blacksmith, Peachtree rd, nr Fourth, r es 
, Fort, nr Merritt's av 
Dobbs John, col'd, lab, r 8 £lm 
Dobbs Joseph, col'd, musician, r 14 Yalentitte 
Dobbs Thomas, col'd, lab, r raur 30 SBell 

Dodd Green T (P & G T Dodd & Co), and pres Board Fblice 

Comrs, r 19 £ Mitchell 
Dodd John D, elk H C Pendleton, r 3%'€hapel 
Dodd Philip (P & G T Dodd k Co), r 242 Whitrfiall 
DoddP&QT&Co(Pand G T Dbdd and W J TannerV 

grocers, Alabama, nw cor Pryor 

POir AT. 4AUIS •^^ LouitTUle. PUIXMAH PliAGV 6aB8 I#t« 
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Dodge Waiiam A Rev. pastor St Paul's M E Church (South), 

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Dodwn Jehu W, carpenter, r 39 Jones „. , . „j 

ffin Henry, ii'd.Tb. r ws Formwalt, bet Richardson and 

I DwlsSjufiaAMiss, teacher Marietta St School.bds 178 Luckie 
Dodson Lewis, col'd, lab, r 162 Fillmore _^ _ 
Dodson William C (Dodson & Scott), r 178 Luckie 
dS^o & Kt (W^C Dodson and W H Sco^t), book and job 
printers, 38 8 Broad „ . 

. Doke Anderson, col'd, lab, r 1 78 Martin 

"Doles 8 M, wid George, r 315 West Peachtree 
Dolly George, col'd, wks V P Sisson & Co 
ffini Anfa, ool'd, cook, r ns Gullatt, nr hm.te 
Domini August, bwfcpr J Domini, hdt 14 Jieohamo. 

Domini John, s^oon,l9 WWtehan, r 14 Mechamc 
■Sick Joseph B,'butcher, 259 W Peters, r. 209 Walker 

Donald ,prt«sman,bd8 79 8ftyor 

Donaldson Alice Mrs. drefflmkr, 47 S Loyd 

Donaldson Elizabeth, col'd, Sundress, r 229 Jones 

Donohoe James, foreman, r 26 Reed „ p^, 

Donohoe James O, foreman chain gang, r i6 Keea 

Dooley Liwie, col'd, wks Jack & HolUnd, r Mangum, bet Peters 

and Nelson ^ ^ ^ r.^ -mr 

Dooley Martin H, wks W & A R R,r 133 Mangum 

Doolittle Hannah, col'd, laundress, r 32 Markham - 
Doolitde Hiram 8, r Pender's av, ne cor 4tJi ^_^ „ _^ 
Sltle 5d«.n J (Fuller & DooUttH. Ms 108 Marietta 
Doonan Ellen, wid Terrenee, r 161 Whitehall 
Doomin Frank, saloon, 120 Marietta r 143 B^netto 

Doonan John J, elk ft^P R. bds 161 Whitehall 
Dormon John B. wks IS. Ry, r Haynes aw cor Foundry 
Doisett Elini, col'd, laundress, r rear 52 Ga B B 
.Dowett J tr&rm^, r 76 8 Forsyth „ 

Dofsey Albert T, engineer A & W Pt » «. ' 29 IJell 
Dorsev Augustine L, with J W Cox, r as W Cain 

S^J Celine, col'd, laun<i^.J^ -«G*te CUy^ nr hm^ 
Dorsey Cassie, ool'd, laundress, r J<»»««.b«t Terry and King 
SJ^y J^es', col'd, waiter 1^ E Bell, r 67 N Pryor 

Dorsey John, lab, r 310 ManRum 

Dorsey John M, ea&rmr Ga J^. r Kellej^, nr J^nes 

Dorsey Lucy, col'^, oook, r 48 NBroad_ 

Dorsey Mack, ool'd, carpenter, r 58 Jack»n 

Dorsey Rlch^, col'd, waiter Markham House 



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Dorsey Sarah, wid Lewis, r 14 Terry 

Dorsey W H H, grocer, 165 Fraser 

Dother Sanford, ool'd, lab, r rear ?37 Crew 

Doty William (Nojan <fe Doty), r 79 8 Pryor 

Dougherty Alvin,*col'd, barber, p 163 Houston 

Dougherty Amanda, col'd, laundress, r rear 46 W Alabama 

Dougherty Daniel O, with Silvey <fe Dougherty, r 65 Forrest 

Dougherty David H (Silvey & Dougherty), r 211 Peachtree 

Dougherty Henrietta, col'd laundress, r es Hilliard, nr Harris 

Dougherty Moses E (T J Buchanan & Co), r 52 Bell 

Dougherty Richard, wks Rolling Mill, r 418 Marietta 

Dougherty Warren, wks A-L Ry, r 129 Ga R R 

Dougherty William, ool'd, barber, r 157 Houston 

DOUGHERTY, see also DAUGHERTY 

Douglass Charles, elk E F and J Hurt 

Douglass C Mrs, r 85J Whitehall | 

Douglass Job M, turner Cook <fe Stewart, r 41 W Peters 

Douglass R, elk, bds 85J Whitehall 

Douglass R O, dry goods, 39 Whitehall, r 9 Houston 

Dowd Frank, col'd, waiter Kimball House 

Dowden Hilliard, col'd, drayman, r 11 Solomon 

Dowling Joseph, fireman A <fe WPtR R, bds 74 E Hunter 

Do wjing W illiam, elk J Ryan, bds 74 E Hunter 

OOWNIHG JOHN M, saloon, 236 Decatur 

Downs Frances M, wid Samuel, r 122 S Forsyth 

Downs Gustavus, col'd, wks Big Bonanza saloon, r 44 Ivy 

Downs Julia Mrs, boarding, 61 Ga R R 

Downs William A, conductor A-L Ry, r 69 N Collins 

Dowtin M C Mrs, matron Nat Surg Inst 

Doyle Eliza, wid John, r 221 Decatur 

Doyle Fannie, col'd, laundress, r 32 Markham 

Doyle Geoi^ W, jeweler W A Haynes,, r county 

Doyle Henry, driver Sou Ex Co 

Doyle Lizzie Miss, with E Cahn 

Doyle Michael, policeman, r74 Decatur 

Dozier Albert, ool'd, plasterer, r 170 Ellia 

Dozier Burke, col'd, wks Kimball House 

Dozier Green, col'd. shoemkr, 312 Decatur 

Dozier Henry, ool'd, cupola tender Atlanta Machine Works r 
'67 Humphries ' 

Dozier James, ool'd, waiter, r §8 Rawson 

Dozier Jeflerson, ool'd, lab, r es Hilliard, nr Harris ' 

Dozier Lena Mrs, r 68 £ Pc^en 

Drake Jacob R, plasterer, r 75 W 



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Drake John W (Wilkins, Post & Co), r New York 
Drake Mary, col'd, r 77 Richmond 
Drake N S, wid J T, r 64 Rock ^ ^^^ ^ ^ 
Drake William G (Drake & Riins), r 292 Peachtree 
Drake ife Rains (W G Drake and T 8 Rains), physicians, 1 
^ Line, cor Peachtree 

\) Drakeford Cora, col'd, laundress, r 53 RawTOii 
< Drakeford Frank, colM, wks J M Smith, r 63 Rawson 
X Drakeford James, col'd, carpenter, r 30 Bradbury 
I Dw^eford William, col'd, wks Spence & Jarvis,S 60 Rawson 
B Dmper William W, with Moore, Marsh & Co, r W Harris, ne 

^ cor Spring . 

^ Drennon E T, guard, r 40 Victoria 

i Drewitt Mary, col'd, cook, r 25 Mangum 
£ Dreyfoos Julius (Elsas, May & Co), r 179 S Pryor 
r- Driscoll Ann, wid James, r 367 De(»tur 
g DriscoU Frederick F, mess Sou Ex Co, r 20 Jenkins 
9 Driscoll J D, butcher, r Cooper, nr limits 
rf Driscoll Timothy, barkpr, bds 164 E Hunter 
I Drummond Gracy, coUS, laundress, r f^ J^f ^son, nr Hams 
to Drummond George C, photographer, 42 Whitehall 
O Drury Thomas, lieut 2d Inf, r McPherson Barracks 
d Duck Henry R S (Duck & Co), r Norcross, ^ , ., ^. p, 
3 Duck & Co (H R S Duck and ), pamts and oils, 25 i^. 

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rf Dudley Alfred, coFd, blacksmith Sou Agrl Wks^ 

t Dudley George R, meat store, 106 Decatur, r 77 Rock 
PQ Dadley Gilbert, lab, r ss Mayson's Ferry rdi, Bellwood 
m^ Dndlev John, lab, r Bellwood „ . , , 

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g Duffy JMrs, r 79 S Loyd 



h Du^s Edward, conductor Ga R R, bds 26 Gilmer 

S Dugger James M, bkkpr A-L %, r 91 N Calhoun 
3 Duhme C H, barkpr Kimball House 
^ Duke Emma C, col'd, seamstress, r 84 Tattnall 
«Q Duke George A, carpenter, r 70 W Simpson 

m Dukes Green, col'd, lab, r 282 Jones ' _ j T^„oa 

•3 Dakes Jack^n, coFd, lab, r Jennings al, bet Rawson and Jones 
•SrHikes Mary, wid James L, r 39 Smith 

S^kes Mollie T, wid Robert, r 56 N Collins 

S Dumas Mary, col'd, laundress, r 49 Maya al 



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DUN B G & CO, proprs The Mercantile A;gency, Isaac R 

Harby, manager; Alabama, necor S Pryor 
Dunaway W H, machinist Winship & Bro, r 340 Haynes 
Duncan Eraeliue, wid Alexander, r 19 Johnson 
Duncan John W Mrs, r 174 Peachtree 
Dunlap Henry C, engineer W & A R R, r 19 Elliott 
Dunlap Henry P, fireman Ga R R, bds 99 Terry 
Dunlap James C, cotton buyer, r 260 E Cain 
Dunlap James T, bkkpr A-L Ryj bds AtlantaJEouse 
Dunlap John G, elk Moore, Marah & Co, r 260 E Cain 
Dunlap Samuel, elk, r 240 Peachtcee 
Dunlap Thomas G, r 19 Elliott 
Dunlap William W, conductor A & W Pt R R, r Moore, sw cor 

Fillmore ^ 
Dunlap James, r 78 Richardson 
Dunlop Hugh C, printer, r 78 Richardson . 
Dunn George A,' wks J C Nicholls & Bro, bds JO W Mitchell 
Dunn James, col'd, drayman, r 18 Chapel 
Dunn John N (Dunn, Ogletree & Co), and mayor West End, 

r West End ' 
Dunn Lillie Mrs, r 72 S Forsyth 
Dunn Malinda, wid Edwin, r 10 Soofield al 
Dunn, Op?f ; ree & Co, (J N Dunn, G T Ogletree and J M Alex- 
ander , whol grocers, 38 E Alabama 
Dunn R J, conductor W <fe A R R, r Smyrna, Ga 
Dunnegan Joseph C, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill Co,.r 6te 

Marietta 
Dunning James, bds 102 Marietta 
Dunning Volney, bkkpr H T Cox & Co, r 87 Rawson 
Dun woody Elizabeth W, wid James, r 104 McDonough 
Dupont Caroline, wid Frank, r 38 W Peters" 
DuPre Charles W, with M Rich <fe Bro, bds 60 N Forsyth 
Dupree Amanda, col'd, laundress, r 11 S Moore 
Dupree Carrie, col'd, seamstress, r 17 S Calhoun, 
Dupree Hattie, col'd, laundress, r 152 Ga R R 
Dupree Thomas, col'd, lab, r rear 85 Elliott 
Durand Henry R, elk Ballard & Freeman, r Union Depot 
Durand Maria, coFd, cook, r 285 N Calhoun 
Durand M F Mrs, milliner Mrs McCormick 
Durand Willis, col'd, engineer Atlanta Machine Works 
Durham Nancy, wid Samuel, r 15 Ivy 
Durham Rachael J, wid John, r ss Wallace, nr State 
Durham W W, physician, ,60 Peachtree, r Decatur, Ga 
Durvey Richard, ool'd, carpenter, r 77 Tattnall 

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Dye Archibald, ool'd, lab, r Edgewood 

Dye Mary, coFd, laundress, r 216 Jones ^ 

Dye Thomas, carpenter, r 603 Marietta ' 

Dyer George W, carpenter Longley & Robinson, r 164 Fillmore 

Dyer R M, barkpr K F Stapler 

Dyer Thomas H, r 280 Peachtree 

Dver William, fireman W & A R R, iv 276 Marietta 

DYKEMAK H E, merchant tailor, 27 Whitehall, r 66 N 

Butler. (See adv. front cover) 
Dykeman John «, with H E Dykeman, bds 66 N Butler 
Dykeman S N, with H E Dykeman, bds 66 N Butler 
Dykes Charlotte, wid Solomon, bds 11 Markham 
Dykes Thomas, coFd, lab, r 121 Markham 

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EAGAN MARY A MRS, grocer, r 126 Decatur 
Eames William, printer, bds 54 Walton 
Earl Mary, wid George, r 16 Pettis v ' 

Early Fairaby, coFd, laundress, r 10 8 Calhoun 
Easley Isaac, coFd, blacksmith, r 17 Chapel 
Easley Lucy, col'd, r 68 8 Butler • 

Eason Charity, col'd, cook^ r 33 Castleberry 
Easter George, col'd, lab, r ws Markham, nr Haynes 
Easter Jordan, col'd, lab, bds 256 Mangum 
Easter William, col'd, cook, r 256 Mangum 
Eaton William, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill, r Ponder's av, se 

cor. Moore 
Ebinson Mollie, col'd, r rear 64 Fermwalt 
Echols Abram, ool'd, lab, r 201 Mangum 
Echols Ellen, col'd, laundress, r rear 110 Elliott 
Echols George, col'd, gardener G W Adair 
Echols James, col'd, lab, r Edgewood 
Echols John, ool'd, lab, r rear 176 Alexander 
Echols J C, with 8 A Echols, bds 146 8 Forsyth ^ 
Echols Keziah, ool'd, cook, r 148 Ga R R 
Echols Reuben, col'd, wks W & A R K, r 81 W Foundry 
Echols 8 A, carriages, wagons, agrl implements and seeds, 21 8 
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Echols Sarah A, wid James, r 245 W Fair 

Eckford Belle G, wid W J, r 15 E Peters 

Eckford Charles J, with W J Haygood • 

Eckford Joseph J, student, bds 15 E Peters 

Eckford William H, with Moore, Marsh & Co, bds 15 E Peters 

Eclectic Dispensary, 8 F Salter, propr ; 63 8 Broad 

Eclectic Star (Monthly), S F Salter, propr : 53 8 Broad 

Ector Frank M, elk A-L Ry ^ 

Eddleman Francis M (Eddleman & Brown), r 19 Houston 

Eddleman George H, trav agt, r 367 S Pryor 

Eddleman John, farmer, r 367 8 Pryor 

Eddleman W, wid Frank, r 13 W Simpson 

EDDLEMAN & BROWN (F M Eddleman and C I Brown), 

boot and shoe mnfrs and dealers, 91 Whitehall 
Edgewood M E Church (South), Rev W R Branham, pastor: 

Ga R R, bey limits 
Edgeworth Richmond, col'd, lab, r rear 30 8 Bell 
Edwards Alfred, ool'd, barber H Brown, r Ga R R, nr limits 
Edwards August^is, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 426 Marietta 
Edwards B G, r 73 Elliott 
Edwards Celia, col'd, laundress, r 44 Terry 
Edwards David, col'd, waiter Markham House 
Edwards Dennis, ool'd, lab, r rear 18 Jenkins 
Edwards Edward, col'd, driver, r 5 PuUiam 
Edwards Eliza, col'd, laundress, r ss Henry, nr Mangum 
Edwards Frank, col'd, wks Kimball House 
Edwards George, contractor and builder, 11 Spring, r county 
Edwards George W, fireman W & A R R 

EDWARDS JOHN F, coal and wood, 95 8 Broad and 72 

Marietta," r Decatur, Ga , 

Edwards John F, with Wheeler & WiJson Manrg Co, bds 93 

W Peters ^ 
Edwards J R, stone cutter, r 150 N Calhoun 
Edwards Joseph W B, grocer, Gordon, cor Lawton, W E 
Edwards Lorena, coFd, cook, rrear 142 S Forsyth 
Edwards M E, r 93 W Peters 
Edwards Prince, col'd, baker H Karwisch ^ 
Edwards Stephen, eol'd, cook, r 233 Jones ^ 
Edwards Thomas, col'd, lab, r ss Forrest, nr Butler * 
Edwards William, painter, r 40 Stonewall 
Edwards Willis, painter, r 34 Johnson 
Egleston Rouse 8, route agt U 8 Ry M 8, r W E 
Egleston Thomas (Egleston <fe Tuller), r 87 McDonough 
Egleston Thom as R, r 87 McDonough * 

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Eeleflton & Tutler (Thomas Egleston and W H Taller), gen'l ins 
^ agts, represent Hartford lire Ins Co 6 E Alatoma 
Ehlers Augustus L, engineer Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 48 W 

HCMB^ JOSEPH T, stoves tinware, plumbing and 

nTfitting, 90 Whitehall, r 214 S Forsyth 
Eidson J M, brickmason, r Anderson, nrtmnt ,,..., 

EBEMAH BEOS (G, M B and J B Eiseman), cloth.ng, 

gentTfurnishing and mer tailors, 55 Whitehall 
Eiseman Gus (Eiseman Bros), r Washington, l>^ ; 

Sman Jaco^with Cohen & Se'ig, rCollms^cor Memtts av 
Eiseman Jacob B (Eiseman BrosVr Waebmgtoh D C 
Eiseman Louis, bkkpr Eiseman Bros '•1?2 Whitehall 
Eiseman Moses B (Eseman Bros), bds Kimball House 
EISEMAN, see also I8EMAN ^ 

Eisenburg Jane, wid Henry, r 150 Fillmore _ 

ETSEWALD THEODORE Q, coal wood and lime, 22 b 

Forsyth and Decatur, cor Loyd, r 58 Wheat 
Elam John, col'd, wks C R R, r 25 Parsons 
Elam Monroe, col'd, drayman J D & T F Smith 
eS F Tlst surgeon 2d Inf. r McPherson Barracks 
Elder Jordan, col'd, lab, r 79 W Peters 

Eifett Littleton H. printer, r ns Rhodes, bet Haynes and^Dav^ 
Ellen William, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 208 Mangum 
Ellington Commodore, col'd, lab, r ws Vine, nr Foundry 
Ellinlton George, col'd, cook,- ';;48N Broad 
Ellington Jacob, col'd. lab, r 199 W Hnnter 
Ellington Thomas, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Elliott Clark, col'd, driver, r rear 245 RaWson 
Elliott Henry, lab, r es Rolling Mill, nr Kice 
Elliott Sophia Miss, r rear 139 Wj^ker , 
Elliott Robert, conductor W & A R R. bds 39 N Pryor 
Elliott W D, conductor W & A R R. r Marietta, Ga 
Ellis Daniel W, grocer, r 79 Pulliam „ „„., 

Ellis ^venportP (Frierson, Ellis & Co and Joyner & Ellis), 

r 15 E Cain rr.ii 

Ellis Emma, col'd, laundress, ' 105Tat*nal 
Ellis Eugene W, with Joyner & E",«. ^ds ^5 E Cain 
Ellis Frampton E, lawyer, 5 James' Bank Blk, 6 Whitehall, 

r 79 Pulliam 
Ellis Frank, lab, r ss Glynn, nr lim«w 
EllU G O, elk W E Cater, bds 252 W Peters 
Ellis Henry, col'd, porter Constitution 
Ellis Jerry, col'd, lab, r 25 Mangum 




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Ellis Jesse M, grocer, 129 W Peters, r 127 W Peters 

Ellis John/ with >H Lewis <& Co 

Ellis Jonathan M, grocer, 190 Houston 

Ellis Lizzie, col'd, laundress, r rear 97 Thurmond 

Ellis Lula H Miss, teacher High School, bds 79 Pulliam 

Ellis Susan, wid Wesley, r es Ponder's av, nr Maoi«e 

Ellis William D, lawyer, 5 James' Bank Block, 6 Whitehall, r 

144 Rawson 
Ellis W D, r 183 N Collins 
Ellison John A, r Gullatt, nr Ga R R 
Ellison William, r 33 Hilliard 
Ellison William, wks Jones &; Beatie 
Ells John, col'd, porter Eiseman Bros 
Ellsworth Charles, engineer, r 64 W Peters 
Ellsworth John H (L H Hall & Co), 
Elrich William, coFd, lab, r rear 187 E Cain 
Elsas Isaac (Elsas & Adler), r 193 W Mitchell 
Elsas Jacob (Elsas, May <fe Co), r 51 W Garnett ' 
ELSAS, MAT & CO (Jacob ELsas, Isaac May, Morris Adler 

and J Dreyfoos), paper bag mnfrs and paper and twine 

dealers, 97 to 101 S Pryor 
Elsas & Adler (I Elsas and M Adler, Jr), ragi, 95 S Pryor 
Ely Mary Miss, bds 117 S Pryor 
Elyea Carrie, col'd, cook, r 14 Randolph 
Emanuel David, wks W & A R R 
Embrey B L, medical student, r 88 Peachtree 
Emerich Edward, machinist Atlanta Machine Works 
Emerson James, engineer C R R, bds 67 Elliott 
Emerson H T, student, bds 143 N Calhoun 
Emery Henry F, oysters, fish, etc, Wall, nw cor Peachtree, bds 

160 S Pryor ^ 

Empire Mills, J C Davis, propr;^ Railroad, bet Foundry and 

Cain 
England Charles H, with W E Cater, bds Markham House 
England E T, trav agt, r 36 Rolling Mill 
England John, col'd, porter Gilreatn & Sloan 
Englas F John, plumber Hunnicutt & Bellingraths, r 189 

Davis 
Englett Daniel B, brick mason, r 201 Jackson 
Englett John W, cabinet mkr, bds 307 Rolling Mill 
Englett Winifred, wid Benjamin, r 307 Rolling Mill 
ENGLISH J W, councilman Fifth Ward ; office, 35 S Broad, 

r 34 Cone 
English Reddich, col'd, wks J Mann, r rear 135 E Cain 

ULLMAM FALACC cars le«Te AtUntodailrfor WMhiogton 
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Ennis P E, wks C R R, bds 66 Davis 

Bnnis AVilliam M, conductor C R R, r 66 Davis 

Enright Catharine M Mrs, r 130 Gullatt 
Ephram Cornelius, ool'd, janitor High School, r 17 High 
Epps Daniel, ool'd, tanner^ r 13 Beck with 
Epps Jacob, cord, wks A Henderson, r 105 Decatur 
Epps Eliza A, col'd, r 216 Martin 
Epps James, col'd, lab, r Windsor, cor Rawson 
Epps Lewis, col'd, drayman, r 93 Tattnall 
Epps Madison, shoemkr, r ws Mitchell, nr Maple 
Epps Kobert Rev, col'd, r 62 Richmond 
Epps Sallie, col'd, laundress, r 246 E Fair 
Epps Stephen, ool'd, driver Morris & Bro, r 284 N Calhoun 
EBGENZINOEB A (Established 1860), mnfr upholstery, 
bedding, awnings, tents, etc, 12 E Hunter, r 383 S I^ryor 
Erminger Henry, candy mkr F E Block r 81 Forrest 
Erminger H B, elk I B Lester, r 50 Butler 
. Errick Charles C, tinner W & A R R, r 280 >Iarietta 
Erskine John Hon, dist judge U S Court, r 250 Rawson 
Erskine William (W Erskine & Co), r 18 Gilmer 

'EBSEDTE W * CO (Wniiam Eskineand ), linen store, 

35 Whitehall 
^Erwin Emma, col'd, laundress, r 47 Jones 
Erwin George, col'd, porter F M Coker, r rear 90 S Butler 
Erwin Marion, bkkpr Clayton & Webb, bds 241 Whitehall 
Erwin Richard, col'd, lab, r'47 Jones 
Erwin Thomas, col'd, hostler, r 47 Jones 
ERWIN, see also IRWIN 
Eskridge Albert P, grocer, r 213 W Peters 
Eskridge Peter, col'd, blacksmith, 46 R R, r 181 Wheat 
Eslinger Eugene, cigar mkr, bds 10 N Forsyth 
Esperandieu. William X«, store kpr Markham House 
Estes Van, r 130 Eraser 

Ethridge Israel, col'd, lab, r es Ira, cor Crumley 
Eubanks Frank, r 43 W Hunter 
Eubanks Joseph J, bkkpr T J Lowe & Bro 
Eubanks Peter, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 98 Terry 
Evans Alexander, col'd, lab, r 93 Ellis 

Evans Alfred, col'd, lab, r ws Humphries, bet Glenn and \V ells 
Evans Augustus G, wks W & A R R, bds 46 Davis 
Evans A E Mrs, housekpr Markham House 
Evans Charles, oel'd, lab, r rear 91 Terry 
Evans David R, driver Stmr No 2, r 79 E.Alabama 
Evans Dorcas, wid S, r 79 E Alabama 

FIN£ ALL LINEN Shirts made to order at $48 per doien and up- 
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Evans Henry, col'd, lab, r 10 Fort 

Evans Jacob, col'd, lab, r 13 Ira 

Evans James, machinist, r 185 E Hunter 

Evans James E Rev, D D, pastor Trinity M E Church, r 42 W 

Peters 
Evans James J, engineer W <fe A R R, r 130 Davis 
Evans James L, elk J C Fuller, bds 236 W Peters 
Evans John W, brickmason, bds 46 Davis 
Evans Julius, col'd, wks Longley & Robinson 
Evans Lizzie, col'd, seamstress, r Ponder's av, nw cor Marrietta 
Evans Mack, elk J H Ketner, bds 20 E Peters 
Evans Mahala, col'd, laundress, r 10 Fort 
Evans M E Chapel, Rev George E Grardner, pastor; Chapel, se 

cor Stonewall 
Evans Riley, col'd, lab, r rear 148 Jackson 
Evans Robert R, with Hunt, Rankin <& Lamar, bds 7&vMc- 

' Donough 
Evans 8ldney A, brickmason,>r 46 Davis 
Evans William, col'd, lab, r 22 Terry 
Evans William, col'd, lab, r 29 Lane' 
Evans William H, machinist Ga R R, r 10 Pettis 
Evans W L, r 168 Luckie 

Evans Wyley, col'd, driver J D Cunningham, r Ashby, W E 
EVEBETT A K, watches and clocks, jeweler and engraver, 

6 Marietta, r 20 Powers. (See adv. front paster.) 
Everett James A,"engineer W <& A R R, r 124 Rhodes 
Everett William S (M C & J F Kiser & Co), r 112 Windsor 
Evins John C, with G W Adair, r 36 Houston 
Ewing Oliver H, engineer Ga R R, r 71 Ga R R 
Ezzard Elvira, wid W T, bds 303 E Hunter 
Ezzard Serena, col'd, laundress, r 225 Glenn 
Ezzard Solomon^ col'd, lab, r 8 Scofield al 
•R77i^RP WILLIAM, State and County Tax Receiver, office 

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E*uard William' L, collector, r 66 N Forsyth 






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fXpAGAN CHRISTOPHER, meat market, 170 Whitehall, r 
Ju 34 McDonough 
i Fagan James D, constable R S Waters, r 108 W Baker 
§ Fagan John, barber Kimball House 

8 Fain Henry, ool'd, tailor, r 189 N Butler 

^ Fain John E, elk Eddleman & Brown, bds 67 Forrest 
Fain John N (Stewart, Wood & Fain), r 69 Whitehall 
Fain Joshua E, bkkpr J W Goldsmith, bds 35 N Pryor 
Fain William L, with Silvey & Dougherty, r 67 Forrest 
Fairbanks Charles F, stencil cutter, 30 Marietta, r 28 Powers 
Faith John F (Faith & Morris), r county 
Faith W F, elk, bds 115 Decatur 

^ Faith & Morris (J F Faith and C M Morris), grocers, 115 

^ Decatur 

. Falch William, capt Co D 2d Inf, r McPherson Barracks 

^ Falker William, coFd, farmer, r ws Humphries, bet Glenn and 

* Wells 

^ Falkner John, wks Sou Agrl Works, bds 143 Walton 

9 Falvey John J, grocer, 71 Peachtree, r 208 Collins 

^ Famber Frances, col'd, laundress, r al bet McDaniel and Hum- 

bo phries 

Famber Georgie, coFd, laundress, r 103 S Loyd 
Fambro L W, bkkpr McMillan & Snow, r 136 W Peters 

^ Farley John, wks W & A R R. bds 109 Rhodes 
^ Farley Philip, wks W <fe A R R, r 109 Rhodes 
Farmer Frank, col'd, Ifeb, r 1 Mayes al 
Farmer George W, col'd, grocer, r es Mitchell, nr Haynes 

o Farnsworth William T, carpenter, r 53 Forrest 

S Fair C M, elk, bds 26 Rock 

►» Farrar Jordan, col'd, driver J Norcross, r W E 
;§ Farrar Robert M, frt agt A <fe W Pt R R, r 177 N Collins 
3 Farrell Peter, tailor J Lynch, biis 98 Decatur 
55 FABRIHGTON PETEK A, mnrgjeweleri 47 Whitehall, 

g (up stairs), r 152 Decatur. (See adv. p. 76,) 

Z, Farris John A, elk, bds 99J Whitehall . / 

p Farrow Abram, col'd, lab, r rear 135 E Cain 

g Farrow Augu»tus, col'd, lab, r 26 Thurmond 

M Farrow Henry P, U S Dist Attorney, 20 Decatur, r 296 Wa^h- 

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q" Farrow Jesse C, r 191 N Collins 
0^ Farrow Robert, col'd, lab, r 147 Fillmore 
jH Favors Alice, col'd, laundress, r rear 74 S ForsytK ^ 

fM Favors Henry, col'd, carpenter, r rear 38 Hilliard 
P^ Favors Thomas, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 



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BEST MUSLIN ^^^ LINEN SHIRTS, open front or baok. Plaited Bo«om, 
made lo order for €3f> per doten, ai Wilson & Crkkmci's, 25 Whitehall. 



Fay Calvin (Fay & Bruyn), r 170 E Hunter 

FAY & BRUYN (Calvin Fay and DeVVitt Bruyn), archi- 

tects, 19 S Broad, nr bridge. (See adv; p. 66.) 
Fayette Thomas, tailor, r Gordon^ WE 
Fears Anderson, shoemkr, r Crew, nr limits 
Fears Jesse, coFd, porter C C Shepperson, r 151 E Fair 
PEABS JESSE W, prov and flour broker, 20 Whiteball, r 

155 S Pryor 
Feara Maggie Miss, bds Gordon, sw cor Peeples, W E 
Fechter E^ius, pres Atlanta City Brewing Co, and saloon, 

425. W Peters 
Feeny James, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill Co j 

Felldine Lizzie Miss, domestic National Hotel | 

FeUon Sherman, col'd, wks W & A R R, r 2 W & A R R 
Fenlen Catharine, wid M, r 45 Magazine ^ 

Fenley W L (Wallace & Fenley), bds 104 Peachtree , 

Fenn Frances, wid Greorge, r 58 Martin 

Fenn Floyd, helper Ga R R, bds 58 MarUn | 

Fenn Lawrence, elk, bds 58 Martin 
Fennessev Stephen, colM, lab, r 37 Rawson 
Ferebee J J, elk J H Anderson & Co, bds 16 Walton 
Ferguson Dred, coPd, porter W Calder, r 75 Martin 
Ferguson Elias, col'd, lab, r 106 E Cain 
Ferguson Mary, col'd, laundress, r 59 Horton 
Ferguson N D, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 391 Marietta 
Fernald C W, wks Brown & Ryan 
Fernald William G, mn'fr, r 319 Whitehall 
Fernando Charlotte, col'd, laundress, r 288 W Mitchell 
Fernando James W, col'd, grocer, 313 W Mitchell, r ^29 W 

Mitchell rt T^ ii. 

Fernando Moses, col'd, barber D Strauss, r rear 12 Pulliam 
Ferree William T, elk R Pause, r Hunnicutt, nw cor Plnm 
Ferrell Abraham, col'd, lab, r Peeples, W" E 
Ferrell Samuel, engineer Cook & Stewart 
Ferrell Tighlman, col'd, waiter, r 148 Irwin 
Ferrell William, wks Cook & Stewart . 

Ferrell Amelia Miss, jteacher Storr's School, bds 104 Houston . 
Ferris William S, fireman W & A R R, r 125 Jones 
Ferry Charles, col'd, carpenter, r 14 Chapel 
Fesler Jacob C, elk, bds 28 Stonewall 
Fesler Margaret L, wid Charles, r 28 Stonewall 
Fevre Thomas, col'd, lab, r 57 Chattahoochee 
Few Mary, col'd, laundress, r 3 N Calhoun 
Ficken John, r 23 Luckie 

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Fickett Albert W, polioeman, r 303 Luckie 

FickeU Richard N, with G 8 Lowndes, r 97 State 

Field Hattie, ool'd, laandress, r Whitehall, cor James 

Field James P, bkkpr J R Simmons, bds 35 N Prjor 

Field Lida A Miss, teacher Marietta St School, bds 39 W Harris 

Field Sarah E, wid John, r 391 Mangum 

Field — ^ watchman Kimball House 

Fielder J F, student, bds 143 N Calhoun 

Fields Alfired, col'd, barber Mason & Weaver 

Fields Emma, col'd, laandress, bds 31 Rawson 

Fields Newton, col'd, hamessmkr D Morgan, r 6 Houston 

Fields William, lab, r rear 125 Wheat 

Fields William, col'd, wks Cook & Stewart, r 33 Biggers 

Fifer William H, machinist Ga R R, r 163 Fillmore 

Fifth Baptist Church, Rev V C Norcross, pastor; Fillmore, ne 

cor Bell 
Finch Cicero, ool'd, lab, r 55 Horton 

FINCH N P Ty associate editor Constitution, bds 50 Walton 
Finch William, col'd, tailor, 13 Whitehall, r 241 Foster 
Fincher Berry H (Fincher & Bro), r 88 Peachtree 
Fincher Jesse C (Fincher & Bro), r 88 Peachtree 
Fincher & Bro (J C and B H Fincher), grocers, 88 Peachtree 
Find ley James A, dep U S marshal, r Gainesville, Gra 
mfOEB WILLIAM, practical upholsterer, 7 W Hunter, r 

lO^iberty ■ . .i ^ 

Fin ley James, supt Nat Copying Co, 13 S Broad, bds 10 W 

Mitchell 
Finley Joseph, wks Ga R R, bds 272 E Fair 
Finley Thomas, ooPd, hostler Street R R Co 
Finl ey Thomas, lawyer, 21 Marietta, bds National Hotel 
FINHET ANDREW T, carriage mnfr and dealer, 12 S For- 

syth, r 3 E Foundry. (See adv. p. 69.) 
Finney James, lab, bds 588 Marietta 
llrst African Church, Rev F J Peck, pastor ; ns Wheat, bet 

Calhoun and Butler 
First Baptist Church, Rev D W Gwin, D D, pastor; Walton, 

nw cor Forsyth 
First M E Church, Rev W P Harrison, D D, pastor; Peachtree, 

June Pryor 
First Presbyterian Church, Rev J H Martin, pastor ; ss Mari- 
etta, bet Forsyth and Spring 
Fish James, hatter, bds 10 N Forsyth • 
Fish Vines, real estate agt, r 107 Nelson 
Fishback G M, elk J Smith, bds 211 E Fair 

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Fishback Lucinda, col'd, laundress, r es Holland, cor Glenn 
Fishback William G, tailor, r 211 E Fair ' 

Fisher Cincinnatus S, elk J Guerin, r 136 Marietta 
Fidher Delphia, coPd, peddler, rrear 127 Wheat 
Fisher Frank R, cashier A-Jj Ry, bds Markham House 
Fisher George, carpenter W & A R R, r 58 W Foundry , 
Fisher John H, receiver A-L Ry, 66 E Wall, bds Markham 

House 
Fisher J F, elk A-L Ry, bds Markham House 
, Fisher Lula, coFd, laundress, r 59 Haynes 
Fisher Margaret, wid William, r 135 Marietta 
Fisher William H, collector Atlanta Nat Bank, r 25 Jones 
Fisk Fannie Mad, r 50 Line 
Fitch William, wks W <fe A R R, r 32 Johnson 
Fitten DuBose, elk T M Clarke & Co, bds National Hotel 
Fitten John A (T M Clarke & Co), r 75 McDon^fgh , i 
Fitz Josephine, col'd, laundress, r 31 Markham 
Fitzgerald Thomas, osishier J Keely, bds 45 Magazine \ 
Fitzgibbon Richard, cooper, r 12 Pulliam 
Fita^bbon Richard, Jr, elk J Lynch, bds 12 Pulliam 
Fitzgibbons Harry, elk, r rear 148 J Decatur, 
Fitzribbons Patrick, candymkr Jack & Holland, bds rear 148J 

jDecatur 
Fitzgibbons Thomas, elk, r 201 E Fair 
Fitzgiles Prince, col'd, lab, r 16 Green's Ferry av 
Fleischel Benjamin, r 221 S Forsyth 

Fleischel Joseph, treas Atlanta City Brewing Co, r 221 S For- 
syth 
Fleming Anna Miss, bds es Savanna^, nr Ga R!^ 
Fleming Abner F, with Brock Bros, r 16 E Harris 
Fleming D D, student, bds 31 Hayden 
Fleming D E, wks A-L Ry, bds 225 Decatur 
Fleming Gilbert, lab, bds 33 Man^m 
Fleming Isaac, col'd, lab, r 24 HilTiard • 
Fleming Mahala, wid A, r 121 McDaniel 
Fleming Robert, col'd, waiter, r 12 Ra&dolph 
Fleming R Mrs, groceries, 114 Eraser 
Fleming Thomas, fireman A <& W Pt R R, bds 30 Ezzard 
Fleming Thomas, col'd, driver L Cohen & Co, r 19 Foster * 
^Fleming William, fireman, r 13$ W Peters 
FJemister Mary, col'd, laundress, r 68 King 
Flesh Augustus, elk, r 91 Mangum 
Fletcher IDharles, col'd, lab, r es Rolling Mill, nr Houston 
Fletcher E B, elk Haas Bros, bds 42 Bradbury 

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FLETCHEB' HABRY, florist, Whitehall, nw cor urarneiu 

(See index to adv.) 
Fletcher Mary C, wid E B, r 42 Bradbury .o t^ ^ 

Fletcher Richard M, feeder J P Harrison & Co, bd^ 42 Brad- 

bury 
Fletcher Thomas, col'd, lab, r 7 Ella 

Flewellyn Lewis, cord, plasterer, r 123 Ellis ^ . , , 
Flewellyn Richard, coVd, porter J T Eichberg, r Jenning s al, 

bet Rawson and Jones 
Flint George, col'd, lab, r 6 Liberty 

Flood Samuel, colM, carpenter r 59 Fort ^ 

Flournoy George W, lab, rss Mayson's Ferry rd, Bel I wood 

Flournoy John%^ . 

Flournoy Lazarus, barber, Kimball House, r 17 E Harris 

Flowers Martin L (M L Flowers & Co), r Savannah, nr Ga R K 

Flowers M L & Co (M L Flowers and E J E McLaurin), pro- 
duce com, 28 Peachtree 

Floyd Albert, col'd, lab, r 13 Biggera . 

Floyd Eliza, coFd, laundress, r 338 E Hunter 

Floyd George, col'd, wks Atlanta City Brewery, r 258 N Calhoun 

Floyd Jefferson, col'd, lab, r 15 Gullatt 

Floyd Michael,.cord, lab, r 42 E Harris 

Flynn Daniel, wks W & A R R, r 91 Terry 

Flvnn James, engineer W & A R R, r 151 W Hunter 

FLYNN JOHN H (Stephens & Flynn), and master mechanic 
W & A R R, r 36 Gilmer • 

Flynn Michael, shoemkr, r 17 Washington ^ ^ 

Flynn Patrick, blacksmith W ifc A R R, r 122 Mangum 

Flynn Sarah Miss, r Blackmon, sw cor Pine 

Flypn William, painter, rill Willow 

Flynn William, captain police, r 81 Chapel 

Fogazza Angelo, elk, bds 112 Whitehall 

Fo^m Leonard B, liquors and cigars, 19 S Broad, b Walton, 

8^ cor Fairlie -rrr tt 

Fombee Henry Rev, col'd, r 83 W Hunter 
FONDA JAMES L, supt The J M Bradstreet & Son Lo, b J 

Whitehall, r 359 Whitehall. (See adv.p . 65.) 
Fontaine Francis, bds 8 S Broad , , . ^^ „r. .. l n 

Foot Abraham, bkkpr Elsas, May & Co, bds 192 Whitehall 
Foot Lizzie, col'd, laundress, r 3 N Calhoun 
Force Albert W (G H & A W Force), r 57 W Mitche 
Force George H (G H & A W Force), r 67 JTM^tc^ell 
Force G H & A \V (George H and Albert W Force), boots and 

shoes, 33 Whitehall ^__^ 

x>'ir'Kr TTRnTJT or Back, partly finished Shirts^ Plaited Besoms, 
^^K5er fo7$lf p« d?»1i, at Wilson & Creekmur's. 25 Whitehall. 



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Force Julia A, wid B W, r 57 W Mitchell 
Ford Alber t, col^d, p ainter, W & A R R, r l70 Pine 
. FORD ABXflUli C, dentist, r 59 Crew. (See index to adv.) 
Ford A, wine mer, 60 S Broad, r 33 N Forsyth 
Ford Francis CJ physician, r 154 N Calhoun 
Ford Isaac, col'di lab, r ne Foster, nr Ella 
Ford James C, elk, r 93 Thompson 
Ford James J, carriage mnfr, 23 N Pryor, r 19 N Collins 
Ford Oscar, physician, 10 W Alabama 
FOBEACBE Q J, gen'l manager A & C A-L Ry, 56 E Wall, 

r 135 Peachtree ^ 

Foreshaw Edward M, engineer Ga R R, r 167 Decatur M 

Forester W S, painter J A Paris, bds 55 S Forsyth S 

Formby S, coFd, wks B Conley, r Peeples, w of Gordon, WE ^ 
Forrest C H, col'd, carpenter I Williams t 

Forrest Doc, painter, bds 55 S Forsyth § 

Forrest George, coPd, carpenter, r 79 Hi 1 Hard . 2 

Forrest Gordon, bds 61 Macietta * 

Forsyth Eliza, wid A B, r 39 J^ine t 

Forsyth Eugene W, elk, bds 39 Line S 

Forsyth Maggie Mrs (McDonald & Forsyth), r Pryor, ,bet * 
Mitchell and Hunter 8 

Forsyth William, blacksmith, r 87 W Cain S 

Forsyth William G, cotton buyer, r 86 S Pryor ' p 

Forsyth William T, shoemkr M Flynn, r 86 S Pryor 2 

Forsyth William W, bkkpr, r 87 W Cain g 

Fort Ira E, conductor W & A R R, bds Wilson House 
Fort J E, conductor W & A R R 
Fort Stephen, col'd, barber H Brown, r Summer Hill 
Fortner Lizzie, domestic, r 41 Peachtree 

Foster David, coFd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r ss Thur- 
mond, nr Mangum 
Foster Ella, col'd, laundress, r 15 !N^ Butler 
Foster Greorge, patternmkr Ga R R, 201 Jones 
Foster Gus, coFd, porter E W Lazarus, r rear 31 N Pryor 
Foster Hester, coPd, cook, r 158 Marietta 
Foster H P, carpenter, r ss Mayson's Ferry rd, Bellwood 
Foster Jackson, col'd, lab, r es Jackson, nr Harris 
Foster Josiah, col'd, lab, r 39 Horton ^ 

^ Foster Mary, col'd, cook, r rear 260 E Cain 
Foster Samuel, col'd, wks J C Peck & Co, r 29 Horton 
Foster Thomas, col'd, lab,'r 241 Marietta 
Foute R C Rfev, rector St Philip's Episcopal Church, r Hunter, 
bet W^ashington and Calhoun 



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Foute W E, policemaD, r 79 S Pryor 

Fowle James, lab, bds 127 E Harris 

Fowler Eliza, ool'd, laundress, r 32 R R 

Fowler Jasper, coFd, carpenter, r ss Irwin, nr Howell 

Fowler Noah R, City Assessor and real estate agt, 9 W Alabama, 

r 201 Peachtrec ' • * 

Fowler Philip K, meat market, 32 Decatur, r Peachtree rd 
Fowler Rebecca, coFd, laundress, r 147 C R R 
Fowler W R, elk, bds 201 Peachtree ^ 

FOX AMOS, agt Buckeye Oil Works of Cincinnati, 5 ±j Ala- 
bama, r 63 N Collins 
Fox John, cord, lab, r 295 Eraser 
Foy Mary, wid Peter, r 34 McDonough 

Foy Michael F, fireman W & A R R, r Hunnicutt, se cor Mc- 
Afee 
Francis A K, machinist, r 34 Pratt 
Francis Cyrus W Rev, sec Atlanta University 
Francis Thomas, blacksmith Atlanta Machine Works 
Frank Joseph, elk, r 47 W Cain „ , ^x- i 

Frank Mary, wid Joseph, r Holland, bet Wells and Hightower, 

W E 

Frank Moses, produce dealer, r 47 W Cain 
Franklin Albert, col'd, lab, r 68 Richmond 
Franklin Callaway, col'd, lab, r 101 Forrest 
Franklin Edmund, coPd, lab, r 54 Thurmond 
FBANKUN HEBMAN, plumber and gasfitter, stoves and 

tinware, 74 S Broad, r 15 Clifford 
Franklin Jacob A, dairyman, r 172 W Fair 
Franklin James H (Franklin & Wilkins), r 55 Wmdsor 
FBANiniN MAT (successor to W Rich & Co), whol notions 

. and millinery goods, 12 Dec atur, r 215 S Forsyth 
F&AKKLnr STEAM PRIHTIWG HOUSE, (James P 

Harrison & Co), publishers and printers ; 27 and 29 b 

Broad, nr bridge. (See index to adv.) 
Franklin & Wilkins (J H Franklin and S L Wilkins), grocers, 

18 W Mitchell 
Eraser Arnold, coFd, painter, r 26 Humphries 
Eraser Colin M, bkkpr Merchants Bank, r 284 Whitehall 
Eraser Malcolm, mess Q M Dept, bds Wilson Houstf" 
Eraser M S Miss, teacher Walker St School, r 168 Pryor 
Erazer George P, r 169 N Collins ^ ^r 1 1. 

Frazier Allen Rev, col'd, pastor Union Chttrch,r 182Markham 

Erazier J D, buyer C H Strong 

Frazier Lewis, col'd, waiter Holland & Crenshaw ^^^^ 






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Frazier N A, wid Lewis, ir 106 S Broad 
-Frazier Sdpio, coPd, brickmasOD, r 268 W Mitchell 
Frederick Townsend, ool'd, cook, r 5 Ivy 
Ereeling Mrs, r es Peachtree rd, nr Edarth 
Freeman Anderson, col'd, shoemkr, 3 E Mitchell, t 8 Solomon 
Freeman Anna, ool'd, laundress, r 70 FaHer's row 
Freeman Arthur, col'd, lab, r Sells av, W E 
Freeman A (F reema n k Bro>, bdis Forsyth, nw cor Grnbb 
FBEEMAir BENJAMDr B (Ballaixi & Freeman), and 
commissioner of deeds* office with Secretarr of State : r 29 
N Broad. (See adv. p. 70.) ^, , ^^7 

Freeman Calvin, col'd, carpenter, r 326 E Hunter 

Freeman Charles P, dep U S marshal, r Savannah, Ga 

Freeman Crawford, col'd, lab, bds W Petere, nr Thompeon 

Freeman Green, col'd, blacksmith L Bennett, bds 17 W Hunter 

Freeman James C, 2 8 Pryor, bds Wilson Souse 

Freeman Jerry, ool'd, drayman, r 241 Glenn 

Freeman Joseph, ool'd, lab, r 54 Hilliard 

Freeman Kate, col'd, laundress, r ns Merritt's av, nr Butler 

Freeman Lewis, coPd, lab, r rear 376 West Peachtree 

Freeman Mark, coFd, driver C S Waddey, r 61 Hilliard 

Freeman Milton T, fireman W & A R R 

Freeman Nancy, coPd, laundress, r 46 W Alabama 

Freeman Nathan, col'd, hackman. r 4 Ira 

Freeman Porter, ool'd, porter M Wellhouse 

Freeman Washington, col'd, wks Pelligrini & Castleberry, r ws 

Peters, nr Man^nm 
Freeman William H, car builder, r 7 Marfcham * 

Freeman W (Freeman & Bro), bds Forsyth, nw cor Qrubb 
Freeman <fe Bro (W and A Freeman), cigars and fancy goods, 
11 Peachtree 

Ftetir C A (G H Miller <fe Co), r Doylestown, Penn 

Frey John T, special agt P O Dept, bds Adams House 

EREY, see also FRY 

Ereyer Francis L (Phillips, Crew & Freyer), r Marirtta, Ga 

Fricks Jasper N, cabinet mkr, r 161 Tattnall 

Friendship Baptist Church, oePd, Rev Prank Quarles pastor; 
Mitchell, 8w oor Haynes 

Erierson Charles F, with T A Frierson, r 176 Alexander* 

FBIEBSOir, KLIIS ft CO (T A Friereon, D P Ellis an^ R 
W Joyner), real estate and rental agts, 33 Marietta 

Frierson Jeremiah, col'd^ driver W S Grisham 

FRIEBSOir THOMAS A (Frierson, Ellis & Co), and propr 
Atlanta Collecting Agency, r X>ecatnr Ga 

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Fripps John, carpenter, bds 90 Rawson 

FritxJohn, wks Atlanta Rolling MUl, r ns Simpson, nr Hayden 
& Frizzell G E Mrs, grocer, 242 E Hunter 
I Frizzell James E, bkkpr W A Haygood, bds 242 E Hunter 
M Frizaell Samuel, wks J C Peck & Co 
Z Frizzell William H, with L H Hall & Co. r 242 E Hunter 
!• Frobell Bushard W^ civil engineer, r 103 McDonough 
^ Fry George T Hpn (Fry & King), r 151 Crew 
K F^ Robert, ceFd, fireman Kin^ball House, r 31 Ezzard 
•)$ Fry Thomas, col'd, waiter National Hotel 






Fry William, ooFd, lab, r 17 CHfford 

Fry & King (G T Fiy and T C King), lawyers, 18 Whitehall 

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3 Fuller Alfred D, grocer, 224 W Peters 

£ Fuller Edwin J, postal dk Ry M S, bds 13 Washington 

- Fuller Erasmus Q Rev, editor Methodist Advocate, r 61 Cooper 
*g Fuller Henry A (Fuller & Smith, and Ragsdale, Fuller & Co), 
O r 230 Whitehall _ ^^^^ ^ 

-r Fuller Jacob B, col'd, carpenter, r es Hoge, nr Wh^t 
8 nnXER JONES C, grocer, 67 S Broad, r 236 W Peters 
% Fuller J F, teacher Atlanta University ' 

^ Fuller J W, elk Fuller & Doolittle, r 30 Windsor 
aS Fuller L Mrs, r 65 Peachtree ., . ' 

Z; Fuller P L, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 589 Marietta 
Fuller Nelson, wks Cotton Factory, bds 85 Luckie 
a Fuller Robert W Rev, r 137 Crew 

- i Fuller Thomas K (Ragsdale, Fuller & Co), bds 100 Thompson 
P) Fuller Watson, elk Hitchcock & Walden, r 51 Cooper 

d Fuller William, mer, r 20 Walker ,, , . 

§ Fuller William A (Fuller & Doolittle), r 19 Mechanic 
-§ Fuller W H, cashier Atlanta Nat Bank 
S Fuller & Doolittle (W A Fuller and N C Doolittle), grocers, 

•-< 148 Marietta , ^ ^ « ..,x . i 

S FTTLLEB & SMITH (H A Fuller and H L Smith), whoV 
S jrrooers, Alabama, ne cor Pryor > 

O rXJLTON COBNET BAHD, col'd, O J Wallace, leader; 65 
Tt S Broad . 

CO Fulton County Jail, G Whit Andbrson, jailor; 38 Fraser 
m Fulton Frank, lab, r 217 W Peters 

•g Fulton James, wks Pelligrini & Ca8tleberry,r Chapel, cor Hum- 
's phries 

S*Fulton Samuel, dep city elk, r 135 Decatur 
§ Fulton William A, wks Pelligrini & Castleberry, r Chapel cor 

« Humphries ^ 

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Faqua L L Mrs, bds Markham House 

Furchgott, Benedict <& Co (H M and L Farchgott, C Benedict 
and P Herzog), whol and ret dry goods, notions and car- 
pets, 38 Whitehall 

Furchgott Herman (Furchgott, Benedict & Co), r Charleston, 
S C 

Furchgott Leopold (Furchgott, Benedict <% Co), bds Kimball 
House 

Furchgott Max (Furchgott, Benedict & Co\ r Charleston, S C 

Furlow Louisa, wid Charles, r 10 S Collins 

Fuss George, fireman C R R, bds 57 Elliott 

Futch William, driver Castleberry & Co, r 176 W Peters 

/^ A TTr III /^"Vr "hould be observed partioularlj in seeariiig 
\yJl\, U J. X V^JLN a responsible person to do yonr Plastering. 
Nothing is so annoying to a good housekeeper as to be eontinnally annoyed hj 
the falling off and ommbling out of poor mortar, dusting up and ruiniag tat' 
nitnre. The work of 




CONTRACTOR FOR 

PLAIN AORNAMENTAL PLASTERING, 

Will always stand the test. Call and see him before giving oat year work. 

GABBETT ELIZABETH MRS, bds 57 Marietta - 
Gaddis Frank, col'd, lab, ^ rear 124 Ellis • 
Gailmard Charles F, printer Sunny South, r Gordon, oor Amos, 

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Gailmard Charles M, elk M Kreis, r GrordOn, cor Amos, W E 
Grailmard Emil J, elk, bds Gordon^ cor Amos, W E 
Gaines Elizabeth, wid Allen, r 268 Marietta 
Graines Marion, shoemkj*, 60 Peachtree, r 68 Spring 
Graines Reuben, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 306 Luckie 
Gaines William, ooFd, wks Kimball House ^ . • 
(jaither Francis T, with Eddleman & Brown 
Gralceran Martin P, elk R G Thompson, r Kelly, cor Jones 
Gallagher Nancy, wid John, r 295 West Peachtree 
Crallagher Thomas, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r ss Mayson's 

Ferry rd, Bellwood 
Gralloway Lucinda Miss, bds 262 E Hunter 
Gralvin Cornelius, tailor A Satzky, r Decatur, cor Butler 
Gamble E F, elk M C & J F Kiser & Co, bds 35 N Pryor 
Gammell Josiah H, r 76 W Peters 
Gram mage T M, grocer, r Newnan rd, bey limits 
Gammon John F, carpenter, bds 261 W Peters 

FOR INFORMATION •■ to Pwsage Rates, Time Cai^, etc., to North. 
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Gammon Lewis S, carpenter, r 261 W Peters 
Gammon Tabitha, wid L, r 261 W Petert 
Gaiin Berry, carpenter, r Smith, se cor Whitehall 
Gann Callie Miss, bda Edgewood 
Gann David, engineer State Honse, r 170 Nelson 
Gann Ellen, wid Berry, r ws Holland, bet Wells and Hightower 
Gann William, elk J Kreis, r 23 Stonewall 
Gannon Annie Miss, boarding, 74 E Hunter 
Gannon Michael, lab, r 128 Calhoun 
Graroia Josephine, wid Bernanl, r 14 Martin 
Gardner Burton E, blacksmith R E Gardner, r 158 Davis 
Gardner Clark, col'd, lab, r ws Bobbins, nr Wells 
Gardner George E, Rev, D D, pastor Evan's Chapel, r 78 Chapel 
OABDNEB GRAFTON W, physician, r 155 W Peters 
Gardner Isham, coFd, dravman J M Hill, r 156 Fillmore 
Gardner Lazarus Rev, cord,r es Eraser, bet Cromley and Rich- 
mond 
Gardner Margaret, wid N E, r 18 E Mitchell 
Gardner Michael, farmer, r 65 E Fair 
Gardner M M, photographer, 32 Marietta, r 135 Nelson 
Gardner Reuben E, blacksmith, 26 W Hunter, r 162 Davis 
Gardner Samuel, coFd, lab, r 52 Walker ^ 

Gardner Shadrach, wks W & A RR, r 20 Wells 
Gardner Stephen, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 402 

Man^n^ni 
Gardner Thdmas, col'd, wks S C Hitchcock, r 172 Ellis 
Gardner Tnrner,'oord, blacksmith*, 377 W Peters 
Gardner Warren, cold, lab, r Hightower, nr Holland 
Crarland Elizabeth, col'd, laundress, r 5 Parsons 
GABLINOTON ALBEBT C, notary public and ex-officio» 

justice of peace, 21 Marietta, r 56 E Baker 
Garlington O E Miss, teacher Marietta St School, bds 82 Cox 
Garmon Emma Miss, r ss North av, nr Lovejoy 
Garmon Emily, coPd, cook, r 24 Magazine , 
Garmony Charles, wks J C Peck & Co 
Grarmony John L, overseer, r 206 Decatur 
Garner Howard, col'd, waiter, r rear 1S9 Jones 
Gamer James, ool'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Garner John, col'd, janitor, r 3 S Pryor 
Garner Pinckney, col'd, wks National Hotel 
Garner Thomas S, agt A-L Ry, r 171 Washington 
Garnet* William, col'd, lab, r es Mitchell, nr Haynes 
Gamer Willis, col'd, lab, r 319 Mangum 
Garr William, col'd, drayman, r lOl Humphries ' 

OR SATISFACTION in finished work and low prices, go t» 
WII4SON& CBEEKMUB, »ht Shin M^ers, 26 Whitehall. 



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Garrett Amanda, ool'd, laundress, r 71 Martjn 

Garrett A E, wid David, r rear 153 Thompson 

Garrett James W, wks ioe factory, r 54 Gartrell 

Garrett M A, wid E A, r 54 Bell 

Gku*rett Seaborn, col'd, mason, r 123 E Hunter 

Garrett Susan A, laundress, r rear 136 Walker ,oi. , 

Garrett Thomas W, conductor W & A R R, bds 103 N Collins 

Garrett William, elk, bds 77 Crew 

QlMTett William J (Garrett & Bro), r 166 Washington 

Garrett Young (Crarrett k Bro), r 249 Washington 

Garrett <fe Bro (W J and Y Garrett), produce com mers, 50 and 

52 E Alabama 

Garrett , r 77 Crew. Information refused. 

Garrison Jackson, col'd, lab, r 130 Wheat 

Garrison James A, r 35 Larkin 

Garrison J D, street tax collector, 3d Ward, r 61 Martin 

Crarrisou Leah, col'd, cook, r 122 Houston 

Garrison Samuel, col'd, lab, r 1 22 Houston 

Garrison William W, painter, 3 Marietta, r ns Parker, nr Spring 

Garry J J, machinist W & A R R 

Garst Carrie Miss, bds Edgewood . 

Garst J M, phrenologist, r Edgewood , 

Garst Lizzie 'Mi8%>bas Edgewood 

Gartrell Bertha, cook, r rear 74 N.Collins 

Gartrell F B; grocer, 324 Decatur, r 339 Decatur 

Gartrell Joseph^ B, lawyer, 2 Centennial Bldg, 3} Whitehall, r 

Edgewood 
Gartrell L J (Gartrell ik Wright), r 442 Decatur 
OARTBELL & WRIGHT (L J Gartrell and W F Wright), 

lawyers, 2 and 3 Centennial Bldg, 3^ Whitehall 
Crarvey John, machinist, r 49 Magazine 
Garvin H A, painter, r 55 Ellis ' 
Garvin William, tailor, r 289 Jones 
Garwin James, ins agt, bds 50 S Forsyth 
Gaskill Charles B, lawyer, r 138 S Forsyth 
Gaskill Simon, ool'd, farmer, r 256 McDonough 
Gassmon Virginia, wid Frederick, r 140 Nelson 
Gate City Block, ws Marietta, nr Peachtree 
Gate City String Band, Jacob Schane, leader ; Ga R R depot 
Gate City Vinegar Works (I Guthman and N Mahlervein), 

cider and wine vinegar mnfrs, 17 S Broad 
Grates Alvin A, messenger Sou Ex Co 
Gates Annie col'd, laundress, r 260 Jones 
Gates Henry, col'd, shoemkr, r rear 210 E Cain 

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John, grocer, 62 N Gaihoun 
. J^0K>h, ^mrehoasemaD OR R, r 52 Gilmer 

,_)8 Joseph *, elk C C R, bds 62 Gilmer 

GanldiBg Leake, eord, lab, r 370 Collins 

Gaolt Jefferson, lab, r 34 E Baker 

Gault John, engineer Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r ns I'arker, 

nr Williams , .,i /-. 

GaoM Charles W, with Langston <fe Crane, r Milledgeville, Ga 
OAVAV JOHN H, furniture repairer and upholsterer, 37 E 

Alabama, r 176 Wheat 
Gavin John, stone mason, r 61 Pulliam 
OAy A M, dry goods, shoes, clothing, etc, 65 and 67 

Peaohtree, r 302 Peachtree 
OAT EDWABD S* Sou manager Ins Co of Nortli America, 

Pryor, ne cor Line, r Forrest, se cor Calhoun 
Gay Eason^, coFd, mattress mkr, r 125 Whitehall 
Gay Matilda, coFd, laundress, r 1 1 Church 
Gay William F, checker W & A R R, bds 108 Marietta 
Gee M A, director Georgia National Bank, r Chattanooga, Tenn 
Gentry Frances, wid Samuel, r 121 Peaehtree 
George Alexander, col'd, barber Kimball House 
George Crawford, col'd, lab, r 83 Hoge 
George F H, bds Williams, sw cor Alexander 
George Israel, coPd, lab, r es Randolph, nr Irwin 
George John H, plasterer, r 24 Williams 
George Owen Rev, ool'd, pastor Mount Zion Baptist Church, 

r 116 E Baker T^rr» 

Georgia Banking & Trust Co, V RTommey, pres; J M Fatten, 

ouhier; 12 Wall ^ . . . •,. 

OEOBOIA BHTBEPBISE, (Quarterly), ST Jenkins, editor 

and propr; 5 James' Bank. Blk. (See adv. p. 79.) 
Georgia Grange, Jas P Harrison & Qo, publishers; 27 and 29 

S Broad . ' 
Georgia National Bank, E L Jones pres; O F Simpson, cashier; 

9 E Alabama ^ , ^ 

Georgia Railroad & Banking Co, J P King, pres; S K Johnson, 

supt; 32 Lovd 
Georgia State Agricultural Society, T Hardeman, Jr, pres; M 

Johnston, sec; State House 
Georgehead Thomas, col'd, lab, r W Humphries, nr limhs 
Gerbie Charles J, watchmkr, Peachtree, ne cor Collins, r 184 N 

Collins ' 
Germany M A, wid W J, bds 1 44 Crew 

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Gerrin Anna, wid Samuel, r ws Crowell, nr limits .> 

Gershon Aaron, saloon, 34 Decatur, r 18 W Peters 

Gersoni Henry Rev, rabbi K'hilo Kodesh G'emilas Ohesed, r 

146 8 Forsyth 
Genrien Adolphus, butcher, bds 55 S Forsyth 
Gholstin Charles A, elk, bds 79 S Pryor 
Gholstin Louis (Bowie & Gholstin), r 24 8 Brojid , 
Gibbs William W, carpenter W & A R R, r 77 Terror 
Gibson Benjamin, ool'd, lab, bds 258 N Calhoun 
Gibson Carrie, ool'd, nurse, r 258 N Calhoun 
Gibson Elbert, ool'd, porter Wallace & Fenley, r 258 N Calhoun 
Gibson Isaac, col'd, lab, r Grant, se cor Glenn 
Gibson Nathan, ool'd, iarmer, r Bellwood 
Gibson William G, molder, r 181 Fillmore 
Giddens Alexander, col'd, porter Markham House 
Gifford James A (Noble & Gifford), r 124 Davis 
Gilbert Adaline, col'd, laundress, r rear 26 Pratt 
Gilbreath Charles A, bkkpr Camp & Camp, bds 62 Houston 
Gilbert Elizabeth, col'd, laundress, r Chapel, nr Barracks 
Gilbert Jackson, col'd, lab, r ws Terry, nr limits 
Gilbert Katie Mrs, r 286 Luckie 
Gilbert Maggie J, wid Jesse, r Walton, se cor Bartow 
Gilbert Matthew S (Simmons, Hnnt <& Gilbert) 
Gilbeit Theodore, watchmkr Er.Lawshe, r 66 E Peters 
Giles Alfred, col'd, lab, bds 80 W Foundry 
Giles Henry, col'd, lab, bds 80 W Foundry 
Giles Prince, col'd, lab, r es Dover, bet Tattnall and Haynes 
Gill John W,'carpenter J C Peck & Co,r ns Mills, nr Williams 
Gillespie Robert H, bkkpr C R R Depot, bds 55 S Forsyth 
Gillham Elizabeth, wid John, r 614 Decatur 
Gillyard Charles, col'd, lab, r 158 Ga R R 
Gilmer Jordan, janitor, 19 S Broad 
Gilmore A, carpenter Sou Agrl Works, r county 
Gilmore Ella T, wid George, bds 106 W Mitchell j^ 

Gilmore Herman, 8, carpenter Sou Agrl Works, r 89 Stonewall * 
Gilmore Nelson, col'd, lab, r 1 5 Hull ff 

Gilpin Jane H, wid W T, r Hunnicutt, se cor McAfee a 

Gilreath George H (Gilreath & Sloan), r 67 Formwalt | 

Gilreathvfe Sloan (G H Gilreath and T D Sloan), grocers, 14 W q 

Mitchell 
Ginn Nancy, wid John, r Pine, nr Blackmon 
Givens Hector, col'd, lab, r 309 Eraser 
Givens Malinda, ool'd, nurse, r 283 W Mitchell 
Glascock W J, head postal elk U S Ry M 8, r 181 MDonougb 

BULLM AM PALACC CARS leave AtUaU diil/ Ibr WMhiogton 
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Glaas Jackson, ooPd, )|ib^ r es & Pnror 
GlasB Janei col'd, ^i||i4rag, r 15 & Butter 
Glasi JohfD^ cord, ^hoemkr, r 8 Qmte Oily 
(xlaflB Jalius, ool'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 19|S l4ickie 
Glass Mason, ool'd, laundress, r es Mitehell, nr Hajnes 
Glass MoUie, ool'd, cook, r rear %2 Coliins 
Glass Roeers, ool'd, wks A-L By, r 17 Jenkins 
Glass Robert A, firoman, r es Sayannah, nr Ga R £ 
Glass Robert C, with M & J Hirooh, bds 211 Peachtree 
Glass William, dk, r 19 Formwalt 
QIasskill Charles, ool'd, lab, r 147 Fillmore 
Olawson James, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 76 Rock 
Glarier Frank H, elk R R Wilson, r 49 KeUj 
Gleeson James, shoemkr, bds 226 Fraser 
Gleeson John, barkpr T Burke, bds 123 Decatur 
Gleeson William, shoemkr, 36 S P^or, r 226 Fraser 
Gleeson William M, uhoemkr W Gleeson, l)ds 226 Fraser 
Glenn Eliza, <?oPd, cook, r 33 Fort 
Glenn Eliza, wid Tyre, r Chapel, nr Haynes 
Gle nn Fra nk, ooTd, lab, r ws Haynes, bet Chapel and Ndsou: 
' OLENH HOWELL C (L J Glenn <& Son), and commi^ioner 

of deeds, 19 Whitehall, r 174 S Loyd. (See adv. p. 71.)) 
Glenn James C, elk Ga R R, bds 26 Wheat 
Glenn John, oik Ga R R, r 26 Wheat 
Glenn John T (Hopkins & Glenn), r 56 Cooper 
Glenn Julia, col'd, cook, r 107 .Mfirtin 
Glenn Luther J (L J Glenn & Son), r 174 S Loyd 
Gle nnL J Jr, student, bds 174 S Loyd 
OUnra L J & SOK (L J and H C Glenn), lawvere, 1^ 

Whitehall. (See adv. p. 71.) 
Glenn Millie, coFd, laundress, r rear 43 W Hunter 
Glenn Robert, col'd, lab, r 75 Pratt 
Glenn Spencer, ool'd, lab, r rear 51 W Garnet r 
Glenn Walter, ice dealer, r 258 W Fair 
Glenn William, col'd, blacksmith Street R R Co, r Terry, bet. 

Jones and Fair 
Gloer James W, wood yard, r 38 W Fair 
Gloer Joseph I, meat market. 304 Decatur, r Horton, ne cor . 

Scofield'sal # 

Glosson James, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Glossup James A, farmer, bds Lee, sw cor Baugh, WE 
Glossup William H, watchipan W & A R R, r Lw, sw cor Baugh, 

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Glover Cicero, col'd, wks Bergstrom & Co 

FIN£ ALLi LINEN Shins mudt to order at $48 per doxen uid up- 
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Glover Fannie, ooFd, laundreM, r rMr Coun^ Jgt) 
Glover John H (Glover <fe Lawrence), r 135 8 Pryor 
Glover Lewis, ooFd, lab, r 81 W Hunter __ 

Glover William, col'd, hib,r 125 Wheat ^ 

Glover & Lawrence (J H Glover an^ P B Lawrence), sewing J^ 
machine agts, 59^ S Broad ^ 

Glover Thomas, student, bds 93 E Harris H^ 

Glynn Elizabeth, wid Peter, r 258 E Fair QQ 

Glynn Margaret Mrs, confectioner, 36 W Mitchell 
Glynn Walter D, meat market, 111 Whitehall, r 258 Fair 
Gmeltzer Fred, butcher, bds 212 Decatur 
Gobate Edgar E, carpenter, r 198 Rolling Mill 
Gober Cicero, wks W & A R R, r 77 W Foundry ^ 

Gober Mary Miss, r 307 Lnckie 21 

Gober M C, fireman W «fe A R R C' 

Gober William, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 620 Marietta 
Goble Frank M, engraver, r Bellwood 
Goddard Frank A, elk C S Waddy, r 52 Decatur 
Goddard George C, elk Sbarman & Mangum, r Stone Moun- 
tain, Gra 
Godfrey Richard J,gen'l insagt, 19 EAlalwima, r 259 Whitehall 
Gody Hennr, saloon, r 83 S Cavd 

Gcetting Ad, prescript ion ist, r Whitehall, nw cor Hunter 
Getting C, baker, 45 Peachtree 

Goffe James H, mail agt W <& A R R, bds 71 N ColKns 
Golden Francis, checker W & A R R, r 99 McDaniel 
Godfrey Frank, col'd, lab,vr rear 82 S Pryor 
Golden F S, blacksmith, 590 Marietta, r 19 D'Alvigny ^ 

Croldsmith James M, elk Comptroller General's office, r 241 Ivy o 
Goldsmith Jeremiah W, grocer, 55 E Afabama, r 156 S Pryor at 
Goldsmith John H, City Treasurer, r 299 Marietta >S> 

Goldsmith Mark E, collector Ga Banking & Trust Co, bds 299 J 
Marietta N S* 

Goldsmith Minerva, col'd, laundress, r 136 Wheat 
Goldsmith Sarah, wid Richard, bds 276 Rawson ff, 

GOLDSMITH TURNER, real estate agt, 1 Peachtree, r 256 g 
West Peachtree • S 

GOLDSMITH WASHINOTON L, Comptroller General, m 
r 205 Peachtree ' g 

Goldsmith William T, physician, 49 Peachtree, r 252 Peachtree ^ 
Golightly James F, elk Stewart, Wood & Fain, r 85 S Loyd ^ 
Goller Henri, tailor W B Lowe <& Co, r 43} S Broad 
Golphin William, col'd, cook, r 164 Richacdson 

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Gromez Sinda, plasterer, bds 43} Whitehall 

(jonickey Aa^tos Bev, eord^pastcnr. Wood's Chapel, r Clarke, 

bet Martin and Connally 
Groodhae Yoang, col'd, stonemason, r 319 W Mitchell 
Goodlett James, coi'd, barber W D Hatchins, r 252 Crew 
Goodman Charles M (J L Trimble & Co), bds 201 Peachtree 
Groodman Fleming, col'd, lab, r 55 Cone - 
Croodman John, physician, 212 Marietta, r 142 Lockie 
Gk)odman John T, brakeman, r rear 282 W Peters 
Goodman Mattie, ool'd, laundress, r 30 S Bell 
Goodnian Monroe, coFd, wks O A Smith 
Goodman Morris T, elk J M Bradstreet A: Son Co, bds 18 C U R 
Goodman Robert H, r 33 W Harris 
Goodman Solomon P, lab, r Terry, bet Jones and Fair 
Groodman Sophia, Wid John, r 21 Gilmer 
Goodman T H, fireman W <fe A R R, r 142 Lockie 
G^oodnow Joseph, asst Money Order elk P O, bds 255 Ivy 
Goodnow J, director Greorgia National Bank, r Hartford, Conn 
OOODHOW WILLIAM, gen'l manager Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Co, 492 Marietta, r 256 Ivy 
Groodmm Matilda, col'd, laundress, r rear 137 Luckie 
Goodrum Moses, col'd, porter J Ben Wilson & Co, r 14 W <k 

A R R 
Groodson Robert H, policeman, r Pine, nw cor Calhoun 
Goodwin Bartlett Y, fireman W & A R R, r 121 Luckie 
Groodwin Henry C, messenger Sou £x Co, r 55 N Butler 
Goodwin John B (Goodwin <(r Anderson), r 27| Whitehall 
Gloodwin Monroe, col'd, lab, r 28 Bradbury 
Goodwin William, dep U S marshal, r Cartersville, Ga 
GOODWIN ft ANBEBBON (J B Goodwin and J A An-> 

derson), lawyers, 27^ Whitehall 
Goodwyn John C, with F E Block, bds 108 S Pryor 
Grordon Anderson, ool'd, lab, r 126 £ Cain 
Gordon David, col'd, driver H Lewis & Co, r 12 Cliapei 
Gordon George, col'd, lab, r rear 148 Jackson 
Grordon Joseph, painter, r 85 Stonewall 

Gordon Maria, col'd, laundress, r al, bet Markham and Tattnall 
Grordon Mary, col'd, laundress, r ss Forrest, bet Collins and Cal- 
houn * » 
'Gordon Mattie H, col'd, seamstress, r 166 S Forsyth 
Gordon T W, dk S M Inman <fe Co 
Gordon Wesley, col'd, lab, r 39 Mayes al , 
Gordon Willis, col'd, wks Atlanta Machine Works, r 190 E 
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GoreeN W,wid Eli, r 66 Spring 

Gorman WilHatn, printer Constitution 

Gossett James H, butcher 215 W Peters 

Gossett William E, brickmason, r 33 Mangum 

Gouge C A, tinner J Warlick <^ Sons, bds 410 Collins 

Gouge John W, tinner J Warlick & Sons, r 410 Colliup 

Groufding M W Miss, teacher Crew St School, r 90 Rawson 

Goukby Thomas, col'd, carpenter, r 84 Houston 

Gourdin Jane; wid T S, r 150 E Hunter 

Gowdy Eliza, wid James, bds 128 Mangum 

Gowdy J F, fireman W & A R R, r 128 Mangum 

Goza DeWitt C, stone cutter, r 86 Crew 

Grace Jesse, col'd, lab, r 21 Thurmond 

Grady Henry W, with Constitution, r 19 W Baker 

Grady Stephen T, barkpr T F Grady, bds 81 E Alabama 

OBADT THOMAS F, saloon and liquors, 63 E Alabama, r 

81 E Alabama 
Grad^ William, bds 19 W Baker 
Graff Jacob, baker Markham House 
OSAHAM A M B, manager The Howe Machine Co, 41 S 

Broad, bds 61 8 Forsyth 
Graham Greorge, col'd, carpenter W & A R R, r 51 Martin 
Graham James H, U S ganger, r West End 
Graham John M, lawyer, 2 8 Pryor 
Graham Thomas, col'd, lab, r rear 578 Decatur 
Graham William A, fclk F S Peacock, bds 127 W Fair 
Gramling F B, wks W & A R R, bds 35 Ma^zine 
Gramling Greorge H, councilman First Ward, and car builder 

A-L Ry, r 28 Markham 
Gramling James A, engineer W <fe A R R, ^ 150 Davis 
Gramling John R (Gramling, Spalding <fe Co), r 29 Powers 
Gramling Martha, wid D, r 35 Magazine 
Gramling M A, bolt cutter W & A R R, r 35 Magazine 
Gramling, Spalding & Co ( J R Gramling and R D and R S 

Spalding), boots and shoes, 14 Decatur 
Gramling Thomas A, bds 35 Magazine 
Gramling Thomas A, bkkpr, bds 29 Powers 
GKAMLHTG WnilAJI O, supt car dept W & A R R, und 

police commissioner, r 175 Haynes 
Gramling William 8 (McClesky & Gramliqg), r 63 Peachtree 
Granberry Lewis col'a, gardener, r 223 Hill 
Grandbrant W, engineer W ife A R R, 
Granding F B, fireman W <C« A R R 
Grandison Thomas, col'd, lab, r 183 Ellis 

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ment), William A Shorter, predirient ; 40 Marfetta* 

Granite Block, wsBroad, nr railroad 

Granniss Maiy J Mrs, bds Grant, se cor Glenn -•» 

Grant Bnilding, itfarletta, se cor Forsyth 

Grant Emma, coi'd, laundress, r 14 Valentine 

Grant E, wks W A A R K 

Grant Francis, col'd, porter J M Alexander & Co, r 143 £ BaTcei" 

Grant Fred T, elk A-L Ry, b^ls 297 Decatur 

Grant Jacob, col'd, carpenter, r 247 Richardson . 

Grant John T (J T & W D Grant), 88 Broad, r 319 Peachlree 

Grant Julia, col'd, laundress, i* ns Harris, nr Rolling Mill 

Grant J D, conductor W & A R R, r Decatur, Ga 

Grant J T & W D (JoHn T and William D Gtant), contractors 
and builder^, P O Box — 

Grant L P, supt A & W Pt R R, r Glenn, bet Grant and Hill 

Grant Lemuel P Jr, gen'l ticket agt A & W Pt R R, r Glenn, 
bet Grant and Hill 

Grant Mahala, col'd, laundress, r 36 Fort 

Grant Miles, col'd, lab, r ns Harris, nr limits 

Qrant Robert, col'd, driver W 8 Wilson & Bro, r 48 Richmond 

Grant Robert Rev, col'd, pastor Zion HiJl Baptist Church 

Grant Seaborn, col'd, lab, r 100 Spring 

Grant Thomi^, col'd, wks Sun dy South « 

Grant Walter W, bkkpr A A W Pt R R, r Haney, se cor Ga R R 

Grant William D (J T & W D Grant), r 320 Peachtree 

Grant William M Rev, col'd, r 13 Green's Ferry av 

Grantham William, wks C R R, r 26 W & A R R 

Graves E S, engineer C R R, bds 67 Elliott 

Gravitt John, wks A & W Pt R R, bds Mitchell, nw cor Pryor 

Gravitt Winnie, wid Charles, r Mitchell, nw cor Pryor 

Gray Anthony, col'd, lab, r 21 Clifford 

Gray Daniel, col'd, drayman, r 35 Merritt's av 

Gray George, coPd, lab, r 75 Havnes 

Gray James, col'd, driver R M Mitchell & Co 

Gray James D, policeman, r 195 W Mitchell 

Gray Joseph, col'd, lab, r rear 254 N Calhoun 

Gray Mack, col'd, porter, r rear 126 Jackson 

Gray Martha W, wid J D, r 272 E Fair 

Gray Mary E, wid M S, r ws Collins, nr Cox 

Gray Pet er, col 'd, brickmason, r rear 197 W Hunter 

ORAY WILLIAM, councilman Third Ward, and prop'r 
Atlanta Marble Works, 77 E Alabama, r 434 Fair 

PAHTliY FINISHED Shirts, open back. 4-pl7 B<Moma aad Cafb, 
made to maaaare for $15 per dozen bj WILSON & CREEKMUR. 



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Gray William, wks Ga R R 
Gray William, wks Longley <& Robinson 

Gray William H, gasfitter Hunnicutt <fe Belliugr^ths, r 249 
Jones 

Gray Zachariah W, elk J F Morris, bils 1 W Garnett 
Great Southern Tea Company, 78 Whitehall 
Green Benjamin, col'd, &rmer, r 81 HumjAries 
Green Charles, bds 152 Alexander 
Gre en Cle ment C, deput y SherifiT Fulton Co, r 66 Crew 
OBEEN CLEMENT S, lawyer, 8S Broad 
Green Clementine, col'd, laundress^ r 32 W & A R R 
Green D A, lawyer, r 51 Peachtree 
Green Edmund, col'd, porter G R Dudley 
Green Elizabeth J, wid John F, r 104 Wheat 
Green Elsie, col'd, laundress, r rear 186 W Peters 
Green George, car inspector A & W Pt R R, r 249 Mangum 
Green George G, fireman A & W Pt R R 
Green Georgia A Miss, teacher Ivy Sf School, r 104 Wheat 
Green Gilbert, col'd, shoemkr, r es Collins, nr North av 
Green Hagar, col'd, laundress, r rear 56 Spring 
Green Hanris, col'd, blacksmith, Ivy, sw cor Line, r 168 Fair 
Green Henry, col'd, lab, Street R R Co. 
Green Jacob, col'd, lab, r 154 Ga R R 
Green Jesse W, elk Velvin & Woodiey, r 132 W Peters 
Green John D, with Bowie & Gholstin, r 42 Forrest 
Green John M, salesman A Leyden, r 19 Orme 
-Gre en Lev i, col'd, lab, r Chapel, nr Barracks 
OBEEN LIirE, R C Robson, gen'l agent, TE Walker, gen'l 

claim agent, 8 S Broad 
Green Margaret, col'd, laundress, r 157 N Butler 
Green Mercer, wks Cook <fe Stewart 
Green Micajah, col'd, lab, r ss Cain, nr ButleP' 
Green Mollie Miss, with E Cahn 
Green Moses, col'd, wks C R R, r rear County Jaii 
Green O H, r 45 E Cain 

Green Patsey, col'd, laundress, r 55 Rolling Mill 
Green Philip, col'd, wks Ga R R r 18 Horton 
Green Rebecca, col'd, laundress, r 114 E Garnett 
Green Richmond, col'd, board stable, 16 S Broad, r 2 Butler 
Green Shadrach, col'd, lab, r 375 West Peachtree. 
Green Wilford, lab, r rear 271 Mangum 
Green William, col'd, lab, r Hall's al, bet Rawson <fe Jones 
Green William, col'd, lab, r 178 Pine 
Green William H, grocer, 123 Peachtree, bda 45 W Cain 

T?(VB T?R 17 1/IHT Rates to or from NorUi. EMi or W«it, »pplj 
r Uli r nCillTni to R. a. AndeXBOn, 0«ntna Frdghl Afeat. 



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Green Wjatt, ool'dy lab, r 135 Formwalt 

Greene Auatin H, elk, bds 56 Crew 

Greene C H, with G J Howard, r 2 Marietta 

Greene W D, oik, bds 56 Crew 

Greenwood Edward, ool'd, shoemkr, 116 Marietta 

Greenwood Robert, col'd, driver J C Haff 

Greer John, col'd, carpenter, r 76 S Butler 

Greer John, fireman W & A R R 

Greeson Emmet M, contractor, r AbdersoD, cor Grant - 

Gregg Joseph R, ji^rocec, bds 85 Pallium 

Gregg M T, wid W A, r 85 Pulliam 

Gregg Richard C, grocer, 61 McDaniel, r 40 Smith 

Grege William A, bkkpr Tommey, Stewart <& Beck, r 85 Pul- 
liam 

Gregory Elizabeth, wid William, bds Peters, cor Barracks av 

Gregory Jcihn R, elk P P Car Co, r 157 ColliuH , ; 

Gr^ory William, bds Peters, cor Barracks av 

Gresham T G, wks W & A R R, bds 29 Mechanic 

Gressett George, col'd, butler R H Clark, r 87 E Alabadia . 

Grier Adaline, col'd, laundress, r 160 Ga R R 

Grier Aaron G, r 60 N Forsvth 

Grier Isaac, col'd, lab, r ws Terry, bet Crumley and Glynn 

Grier R S, with Maddox <& Rucker 

Grier William, col'd, lab, r rear 271 Mangum 

Grifiin Early A, lab, i 562 Decatur 

Griffin Franklin M, wks W <& A R R, r 271 Mangum 

Griffin Jane, col'd, laundress, r W E 

Griffin John J, western agt Charleston F F Line, r 32 Loyd 

Griffin John L, saloon, 97 Whitehall, r 99} Whitehall 

Griffin Louisa, laundress, r 39 Jones 

GHffin Parmelia F Mrs, r 152 Whitehall 

Griffin Robert J, produce com mer, 60 Decatur, r Church, sw 
cor Spring 

Griffin V R, wid A H, r 72 S Forsyth 

Griffin Daniel, lab, r 149 North av 

Griffis James P (McDevitt & Co), r 110 Whitehall 

Griffis Maria L Mrs, dressmkr, 105 Whitehall 

Griggs Ambrose, col'd, blacksmith J J Ford, r 128 Elliott 

Griggs Francis, col'd, laundress, r 137 Markham 

Griggs Henry, col'd, pedler, r 132 Elliott 

Griggs Henry, col'd, porter W E Cater, r 132 Elliott 

Griggs Lewis, painter, r 61 McDaniel 

Griggs Mattie, wid W B, bds 21 Hood 

Grigsby William H, dk Executive Dept, r W E 

OPEN FHONT or Back, partly fiaiahed Shirts. PUitod BoMinf/ 
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Grimes Anderson, col'd, lab, r 278 Crew 

Grimes William, col'd, wksSoiple A Sons, r 21 N Collinsa 

Grimmett Henry, col'd, lab, r es Windsor, nr limits 

Grimmest Bosa, col'd, cook) r es Windsor, tir limits 

Grisham James, col'd, lab, r ns Merritt's av, nr Butler 

Grisham Robert, col'd, lab, r High tower, nr Humphries 

jGrrisham William S, ooal dealer, 56 E Alabama, r 20 Nelson 

Grist A J, wid Warren, r 33 Mechanic 

Grizzard James L, with Cohen <& Selig, r 146 Luekie 

Grizzard Thomas J, with Nolan & Doty, r 130 Thompson 

Grogan Frank M, with Powell, Hall & Co 

Grogan Jane, r rear 107 Walker 

Grogan John, wks A*L Ry, r Church, nr Fairlie 

Gross Carl G, cutter W B Lowe & Co, rSO Crew 

Gross Fanning, col'd, cook, r rear 127 Wheat 

Grouby Henry E, printer, bds 106 W Mitchell 

Grout Annie L Miss, teacher Atlanta University 

Groves John H, elk J W Stokes, bds 10 E Mitchell 

Grovitt John, fireman A & W Pt R K i 

Grubb Henry C, elk J J & S P Richards, r 171 McDonough 

Grubbs Albert, fireman W & A R R ^ 

Grubbs E W, wid J M, r 89 Luekie 

Grubbs Jackson, wks W & A R R, r 56 Church ' 

Grubbs Jefierson, carpenter Cook & Stewart 

Grubbs Thomas J, carpenter, r 406 Marietta 

Grubbs William W, carpenter Cook <& Stewart, r 10 Bush 

Grubbs Wilson L, carpenter Cook & Stewart, r 57 W Foundry 

Guerin John, meat store, 128 Marietta, r county 

Guess Henry P, marble cutter D N Judson, r Stone Mountain 

Guilford Charles C, with G P Guilford, bds 58 Washington 

OITILFORD GE0K6E P, pianos, organs, «tc, 52 Whitehall, 

r 58 Washington 
Guilford William M, Rev, bds 58 Washington 
GuilfoyJe John, wks J C Nichols & Bro 
Guill Alexander, saloon, 226 W Peters, bds 220 W Peters 
Guimarin A H, elk J M B Carlton & Son, bds 28 Mechanic 
Guimarin Blanton, plumb^, bds 10 N Forsyth 
Guimarin Thomas J, watchmkr, 13 Whitehall, r 28' Mechanic 
Guimarin T P, bkkpr J M B Carlton & Son, bds 28 Mechanic 
Gullatt Henry, molder W&ARR,r50N Calhoun 
Gullatt Henry C, easfitter Hunnioutt & Bellinmths 
Gullatt James E, brass founder Ga R R, r 6S Ellis 
Gunby W T Mrs, r 640 Decatur 
Gunn Henry B, col'd, carpenter, r 83 McDaniel 

POR ST. LOUIS ud LouisTiUe, PULLMAN PALACE CARS leftTe 
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OuDoell Anna, wid J H, r 52 S Broad 
Gunst Jacob, diy goods, 148 J>ecatur 
Gonter N E M«, r rear 367 Peachtree 

SOXTBLEY JAMES W, physician, deotist, oculist* and aurist, 
33 WhitehalJ, r 29 Crew. (See adv, front cover.) 
B Guase Domioick, tailor W B Lowe <fe Cb, r 7 W Alabama 
g Gothman Isaac (Gate City Vinegar Works), r 210 8 Forsvth 
•8 Gnthman Louis L, auctioneer, 22 Peachtree, r 188 S Pryor 
3 Guthrie John, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 16 Bush 
a Gwin W D Rev, DB, pastor First Baptist Church, r 90 Ivy 
^ Gwin Lewis E, dk, bd« 298 W Peters 
^ Gwinn Rhoda, coFd,. laundress, r 12 Valentine 
•3 Gwynn Robert, roller Atl anta Rolling Mill Co, r 134 Gray 

I DOMESTIC BLISS Jiir.trs*^ 

fwhat It should be. No hoatt keeper mh be ezpeeled to keep % home neat wheft 
the walls are constaBilj crumbling away, as is the o«m with bad plaatering. 
In building a home secure a competent man to do the work, and all will 
be well. 

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HAAS AARON (A Haas <fe Bro), r 206 S Forsyth 
^ Haas A & Br© (Aaron and I G Haas), mer and provis- 
ion brokers, Alabama, nw cor Pryor 
Haa» Bros (Isaac H and Joseph C Haas), clothinff and furnish- 
ing goods, 32 Whitehall 
ci Haas Herman, r 206 S Forsyth 
4i Haas Horatio, ool'd, carpenter, r 143 Foster 
^ Haas Isaac G (A Haas & Bro), r 206 Forsyth 
« Haas Isaac H (Haas Bros), bds Markham House 
p(| Haas Jacob, bds Kimball House 
^ Haas Joseph C (Haas Bros), bds Kimball House 

3 Habersham F E, grocer, 90 McDonough, bds 31 Forsyth 
Hackett Edward A, dk C S Morris, bds 81 Peachtree 
Hackett Elizabeth Mra, r rear 170 Pine 
Hackett James S,. cotton buyer, r 123 McDonough 
Hackett James S. Jr, cotton buyer, r 178 Alexander 
Hackett John T,^with W Ridi A Co, r 416 Whitehall 
Hackett Wifliam G, r 28 Cedar 
Hackman John, elk H Karwiseh, r 91 Decatur 
Hackney William, machinist Atlanta Machine Works 
Hadley Thom as C, painter, r 64 Stonewall 

Pm iWITtf Beet Muslin and Linen, shield or square Bosom, open f^onft 
or back, and satisfactory fit, go to Wilsok k CnaBKiiDa. 26 Whitehall 













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fl^ffey William, asst engineer Water Works 

H^tt h^'^^^^ Whitehall, r 130 Whitehall 
S f^ i ' ' "■ "^ ^'^^^^ «^> nr Fort 
w*- WMr'"'"'^ *''^.^'"'' ^««> Ws Mitehell, <»pp Broad 
2*!^ 5^; l"""' ^"""" PI"'"'!* & Crew '^^^ 

HaigWillminM^ bkkpr, bds 152 Nelson 

riStr% ^ p '• P'"?' Sou Agrl Works, 374 to 380 Ma- 
netta, r 16 J<. Cam. (See adv. p. 74.) 

wTn^ ^bner, lieutCo B, 2d Inf, r McPherson Barracks 
Waines David, brickmason, r 145 W Fair 

w A ?t^^^°'y' '?''*'' '^''' •■ «« Cain, nr Calhoun 
HAINES, see also HAYNES 

Hairback E J, wks Pelligrini & Castleberiy, r 60 Castleberry 

Hairgross Richard, col'd, lab, r 51 Clarke ^^"e'^e^y 

Hairston Jefferson M, grocer, 224 Decatur 

Hairston Reed, elk Bowie & Gholstin 

Hairston Thomas J, watchman Ga R R, r es Haney nr Ga R R 

Hairston W R, carpenter, r 18 Jenkins ^' nr t.a K K 

Haligan Hugh, elk. r 61 Whitehall > 

Hall Alexander, col'd, cook, bds 11 S Collins 

Hall Amy col'd, laundress, r rear 254 N Calhoun 

S ?fZ P' ''■A\.h? ^' ^ <^»' ^^ 258 Washington 
Ha 1 Eliza A, wid W M, r 315 Rawson ^ 

HaU Ge«rge, col'd, carpenter, r 59 Ga R R 
Ha George W, trader, r 162 Luckie 
Hall Hampton, col'd, carpenter, r 61 WelJs 
Hd Isaac C elk G S J^jwndes, bds 162 Luckie 
^Hall James J, bkkpr, bds 162 Luckie 

Hal Jeremiah T, painter, r rear 164 W Peters 

Ha 1 John, col'd, waiter Kimball House 

Ha John C, tinner, bds 286 W Peters 

Hall John T, boarding, 77 Decatur 

Hall John W, tinner, 288 W Peters 

Hall Joseph, col'd, shoemkr, r 83 N Pryor 

Hall Joseph A, tinner, bds 286 W Peters 

Hall Kate, col'd, laundress, r 85 Richardson 

Hall Lafayette, col'd, waiter J T Hall 

Hall L H (L H Hall A" Co), r 258 Washington 

Hall Lma, col'd, laundress, r Lyle's row 

HAIL L H & CO (L H Hall, J H Ellsworth and ), oon- 

Adanta Coffin Manufactory, 224 Marietta and 36 oioatan 
(bee index to adv.) »»-»«.ui. 

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tHall Maria, cord, laundress, r 96 Fair 
Hall Marietta Miss, bds 286 W Peters 
Hall Mary E, wid John A, r Mitchell, nw cor Pryor 
§ Hall Nancy, wid Farrar, bds 286 W Peters 
JH Hall Queen, col'd cook, r 12 Bradbury 
^ Hall Rachel, col'd, laundress, r 144 Ga K K 
•fco Hali Rebecca, col'd, cook, r 144 Luckje , 

< Hall Samuel M, bkkpr L H Hall & Co, r 258 Washington 
IS Hall Thomas N, mer broker, r 10 Houston ,. . ^ 
•a Hall William, col'd, farmer, r cs McDaniel,nr limits 
S Hall William F, elk J M Alexander & Co, r 179 Ivy 
Zl Hallen J S A, machinist Atlanta Foundry 
^ Hallman John C (Nunnally, Hallman & Co) r-24 I>ower8 

8 Hallman Marcellus B, elk G J Howard bds 39 N Pryor 

£ Haltiwanger A J bkkpr Crane, Boylston & Co, bds 67 JN 

gH Pryor. Inpobmation Refused. 

"S Ham Anna, coPd, cook, r 55 Cone 

O Ham Frank A, dep elk U S Court, bds 79 McDonough 

rf Hambrick Carrie, wid John, r 33 N Bell 

S Hambrick Joseph, wks W & A R R, r Foundry sw cor Huge 
•g, Hambright H H, produce com mer, 89 W^^itehall r 50 E Baker 
O Hambrilht J B, elk H H Hambright, bds 50 E Baker 
ti Hamby Aaron F, wks W & A R R, r 161 Luckie 
Z Hamby James F, wks Ga R R, r 62 W Foundry 
Hames Moses, coFd, porter Sou Ex Co, r 264 Jones 
i^ HamUton Alexander, coFd, carpenter, r 165 N Butler 

• HAMILTON ALEXANDER L DR, associate editor bunny 

^ South, 24 S Broad, bds Markham House 

Hamilton Augustus, coPd, lab, r ws Peters, nr Mangum 

'Q Hamilton Fannie Mrs. seamstress, r 8 W Hunter 
-J5 Hamilton George, col'd, lab, r 302 E Fair 

2 Hamilton George, col'd, lab, r 68 King , , -^ *i a 

»S Hamilton Hattie, coFd, laundress, r ss Gilmer, bet Butler and 

5 Calhoun 

S Hamilton Jane E Miss, r 304 Luckie . 

S Hamilton John J, with OC Carroll, r 91 E Harris 
TljEamilton J M, elk L E Hamilton, bds Houston, ne cor Fort 
-C^lHamilton L E, grocer, Houston, ne cor Fort 

m Hamilton Mary, col'd, laundress, r rear 48 S Butler 
•a Hamilton Nicey, col'd, laundress, r rear 186 Davis 
•^ TT««,;u^« i^ioKoivl f^Vt\ lab. r 210 McDonongh 



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&*HamiltonVirga,col'd,barkpr,r5lvv 

S Hamilton William (J S Oliver & Co), bds 38 Pe.^ 

|S Hamilton Willis, col'd, lab, r 108 Marldiam 

n mAAIIftllll JL CftflKIIIIB mMkt Fancy Linen, Paroall, Zephyr Mid Greton 
W%rt?, rnlJa'lJSKf 5^^ at reMonable ratea. 26 Whitehall at. 



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Hanimett A Asbury, route agt U S Ry M S, r 45 Alexander 

HAMMOCK CICEBO C, real estate ^igt, 20 Whitehall r 201 
S Pryor 

Hammond Adaline, cord, laundress, r 266 Jones 
Hammond Alfred, col'd, waiter G K Camp 
Hammond Amos W (A W Hammond & Son), r 226 Washiuffton 
HAMMOm) A W & SON (A W & N J Hammond), law- 
yers, 64 Whitehall ^ 

Hammond Dennis F (D F & W R Hammond), r West^End 

HAMMOND D F & W E (DF,W Rand EM Hammond), 
lawyers, 23 Whitehall ^' 

Hammohd Edward M (D F and W R Hammond), r West End 
Hammond Elvira, wid Abner, r 85 Elliott 
Hammond George W, wks C R R, bds 85 Elliott 
Hammond James, t 64 Form wait 
Hammond James, col'd, lab, r ss North av, nr Williams 
' Hammond Joel F, physician, r 12« E Hunter 

Hammond Milton, col'd, stoker Atlanta Rolling Mill Co r 6 

Williams * ' 

Hammond Minerva, col'd, laundress, r 119 Markham 
Hammond Nathaniel J (A W Hammond & Son), r 158 Peachtree 
' Hammond Robert, lab, r 17 Reed 
Hammond Sarah, col'd, cook, r 119 Markham 
Hammond Stephen, col'd, lab, r 78 Humphries 
Hammond Theo A, elk Markham House 
. Hammond William R f D F <fe W R Hammond), r 283 S Pryor 
Hammond William T, bagg:age master C R R, r 85 Elliott 
Hampton Presley, saloon, 37 Marietta, r 88 Luckie 
Hanby Frank, col'd, wks W <fe A R R, ■ * 

Hancock Charles J, molJer Winship & Bro, r 158 Haynes 
Hancock D P, major 2d Inf, r McPherson Barracks 
Hancock Frank G (Burke & Hancock), bds 67 N Pryor 
Hancock G^rge, col'd, lab, r 29 Lane 
Hancock James A, engineer C R R, r 36 Davis 
Hancock Margaret, wid James, r rear 87 Larkin 
Hancock Robert A, elk W H Hancock, bds 75 N Pryor 
HAKOOCE W H, gen'l ins agt, represents UNDEB- 
WBITEBS' AOENCT (Germaniaand Hanover Ins Co's^ 
of N Y; TMFE1ITAL AND NOBTHEBIT IHS CO 

of London; NIAGARA DTS CO of N Y; and QUEEir 

nrS CO of London, 7 W Alabama, r 76 N Pryor 
Handy George W, pres State Savings Bank and physician and 
surgeon in charge Nat Surgical Institute, Alabama, qw oor 
Pr yor, r 118 Peachtree 

pop INFORMATION m to PMsage BatM, Time Oardi, etc., to North, 
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Haney Charlotte, coFd, cook, r 61 Fairlie 
Haney George W, wks W & A R R, r 11 Magazine ,. 
Haney Henry P, blacksmith, r 61 W Foundry r^ 

Haney Thomas, wks W & A R R 1:^ 

Hanfbrd Minerva, col'd, laundress, r 100 Walker -; 

Hankerson Isaac A, coFd, turner J C Peck & Co, r 204 Fort t 
Hankerson Joseph, col'd, turner Longley <fe Robinson, r 214 Fori 
Hanleiter Cornelius R, printer Bergstrom & Co, r 20 Larkin 
Hanleiter George S, pressman Sunny South, r 20 Larkm 
Hanlon Joseph, wks W <fe A R R 
Hannah B H Miss, teacher Walker St School, 22 Crew 
Hansel! Fannie Miss, music teacher, bds 390 Whitehall _yf- 

Hansford Lena Miss, with E Block, 
Hansford Mary Mrs, r 30 W Mitchell 
Hansford S B Mrs, seamstress J G Jones, r 30 W Hunter 
Hanvey George M, elk Ordinary, r Whitehall, se cor Alabama 
Hanvey George M, Jr, elk, bds Whitehall, se cor Alabama 
Hanvey L P, physician, r Hunter, cor C R R 
Hanye Elizabeth, wid George, r 236 E Hunter 
Hanye William E, transfer elk A & W Pt R R, r 236 E Hunter 
Hape Samuel (D G Jones <fe Co), councilman Fourth Ward, and 
mnfr and dealer in dental materials, 46 Whitehall, r 45 

Forrest 
Harbuck Edmund, wks H Lewis & Co, r rear 164 W Peters 
Harby Isaac R, manager R G Dun & Co, Alabama, cor Pryor, 

bds 20 E Hunter 
Harby Joseph, col'd, lab, r 222 W Foundry 
Hardaway Albert, coPd, lab, r 12 State 
Hardaway William, col'd, porter ^ W Gurley 
Hardee William P, bkkpr, r 179 N Collins 
Hardeman G T, tinner J T Eichberg 
Hardeman M, tinner Hunnicutt and Bellingraths 
Hardeman R U, elk Comptroller General 
Hardeman Thomas, Jr, pres Ga State Agrl Society, r Macon, Ga 
Hardin Charles, bds Kelley, cor Bryan 
Hardin Charlotte, col'd, cook, r 175 Marietta 
Jlardin E H, col'd, engineer Jack & Holland, r Hunter, cor 

Broad 
Hardin Frank, coFd, lab, bds 78 Mayes' al 
Hardin George, oolM, wks Jack & Holland 
Hardin James L, wks A-L Ry, r Kelley, cor Bryan 
Hardin Joseph, col'd, lab, r Edgewood 

Hardin Lewis, col'd, wks Longley & Robmson, r Gilmer, bet 
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Hardin Nellie, coFd, laundress, r West End 

Hardin Robert, coFd. lab, r 70 J?ormwalt 

Hardin S A Miss, with J P Harrison & Co, bds 25 Cone 

Hardin W H, lab, r 46 W& A RR 

Harding Joseph E, sec Nat Copying Co, r 63 Elliott 

Hard wick John W, gardener, r 129 Glenn 

Hardy Adam, col'd, drayman, r 192 Eraser 

Hardy Anthony, col'd, lab, r rear 21 Ivy 

Hardy Charlotte, col'd, cook, r rear 21 Ivy 

Hardy Hampton, ool'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 

Hardy James, watchman, r Love, br Hill 

Hardy Merritt, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 61 Bush 

Hardy M, col'd, laundress, r 126 Gray 

Hardy R A, wks W & A R R, r 4 Spencer 

Hardy Spencer, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 63 Chat- 
tahoochee 

Harget — , elk, bds 61 Marietta 

Hargis Richard R, conductor W & A R R, r 118 W Peters 

Hargrave Burton, engineer Sou Agrl Works, r 27 Foundry 

Hargrave Missouri, col'd, laundress, r ss Baker, nr Calhoun 

Harkins John, cooper, r 110 W Harris 

Harkness Charles, lieut 2d Inf, r McPherson Barracks 

Harman Charles E, bkkpr J H James, r 28 N Forsyth 
Harman Z E Mrs, r 28 N Forsyth 
Harmsen Carl, bkkpr J Ormond, r 99 Mangum 
Harney William, r rear 137 Walker * 
Harp James, cord, porter L Mihalovitch, r 78 S Broad 
Harper Aaron, col'd, watchman Kimball House 
Harper Barney, colM, \^ks Markham liouse 
Harper Bedford, col'd, ^/shoemkr, r rear 79 Spring 
Harper B R, wid M G, Uh 171 Washington 
Harper Henry, col'd, lab, r, r 175 Marietta 
Harper James, col'd, lab, r Calhoun, sw cor Currier 
Harper James J, wks Pelligrini tfe Castleberry, r W Fair, nr Vine 
Harper Jesse, col'd, porter Ga R R, r 168 Eraser 
Harper Joseph C, r 10 Spring 
Harper Mary, wid John, r ws Gate City, nr limits 
Harper Peyton, o^l'd, lab, r 33 Reed 
Harper Thomas J,jeweler, r 102 Whitehall 
Haralson Frank L, State Librarian. State House 
Harralson Hugh A, bds 72 Marietta 
Harralson Madison (M Harralson & Co), bds 49 W Peters 
Harralson M & Co (M and P H Harralson), whol cigars and 
tobacco, 75 Whitehall 

THROUfiH CARS J«a^« Atlanta dailj for Terarkana. The line Tia Chat- 
■ tanooga and Utile Rock is the Only All Rail Line to Texas. 



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EIDCT PI AOC Coapaaies 0NL7 BeproMBted ^ JAMES E. 
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Harralson Philip H (M Harralson &Co), bd8 49W Peters _ t 
Harrington M A, wid Leonard, r Irwin, sw cor Gordon, W i!- ,^ 
Harris Abram, col'd, pedler, bds Wliitehall, cor James 
Harris Alfred, col'd, wks H Lewis t> j i i * 

Harris Amelia, coPd, laundress, r ss Irwin, nr Randolph - - 
Harris Annie, col'd, cook, r rear 38 Williams qj 

Harris Antoinette, col'd, laundress, r 21 Ivy ^^; ^ = 

Harris Asa L, r 75 Plum 
Harris Britton, coFd, cook, r 250 W Hunter 
Harris Brown, colM, lab, r 465 Whitehall • 
Harris Charles, col'd, porter Langston & Crane, r 212 Decatur 
Harris Christopher, col'd, driver O H Jones, r rear 169 Jones 
Harris Clement R, dep City Marshal, r 325 Peachtree 
Harris Effie, col'd, laundress, r 92 Fort 

Harris Eily, cord, cook, r 210 Decatur oi w o • 

Harris Felix, col'd, porter J R Wylie & Co, r rear 81 W Cam 
Harris George, coPd, carpenter, r rear 117 Pine 
Harris Hannah, col'd, laundress, r 89 Martin 
Harris Harriet, col'd, cook, r ns Robbins, cor W ells 
Harris Harrison, col'd, lab, r 175 Fort 

Harris Henry, coFd, lab, r as Gilmer,, bet Butler and Calhoua 
Harris Henry, col'd, porter E I Clapp, r 61 ^w^n 
Harris Henry S, confectioner, 250 Decatur, bds 155 ± illmore 
Harris Hilliard J, carpenter, r 31 W Garnett 
Harris Hiram D, oil tlelivery, r 201 E Hunter 
' Harris H N, tinner J T Efchberg, bds Wilson House 
Harris James D, fireman W&ARR,rl04W&ARK 
Harris James O, city tax collector, r 325 Peachtree 
Harri/i Jeremiah, col'd, lab, r rear 107 Walker 
HAftl^TS JOEL C, associate editor Constitution, r 201 White- 
Harris John, col'd) waiter Ballard & Freeman, r 110 Ellis 
Harris John B, pressman, bds 1 Magazine , 

Harris Joseph, coFd, farmer, r ss Harris, nr Randolph 
Harris Joseph M, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 612 Marietta 
Harris J B, carpentf^r, r 253 Marietta 
Harris J N, bkkpr W H Patterson, bds 67 N Pryor 
Harris Laura, col'd, cook, r rear 79 S I^yd 
Harris Louisa, col'd, nurse, r 93 Tattnall 
Harris Malinda, col'd, laundress, r rear 81 W Cain, 
Harris Maria, coPd, dressmkr, r 82 Decatur 
Harris Mary, coFd, laundress, r 15 Ivy 
Harris Mary, wid W C, r 1 Magazine 
Harris Mary J Miss, r rear 135 Walker __^___ 



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Harris Matilda, coPd, laundress, r 38 Williams 

Harris Philip, col'd, driver W S Wilson <& Bro 

Harris Rebecca, col'd, laundress, r 130 Ga R R 

Harris Samuel, col'd, lab, r 160 Fillmore ?f t,^ 

Harris Solomon, col'd, painter, r 61 Rawson 

Harris Stape L, grocer, 140 Marietta, r 106 W Baker , 

Harris Thomas, col'd, carpenter, r rear 72 S Forsyth 

Harris Thomas, col'd, waiter Campbell House 

Harris Thomas, col'd, wks A-L Ry, r rear 57 G^ R R 

Harris Titus, col'd, carpenter, r 41 Parsons 

Harris Walter H, carpenter, r 31 W Garnett 

Harris Walton P, elk S L Harris, bds 106 W Baker 

Harris Wilie R, pressman E L Winham, bds 1 Magazine 

Harris William, col'd, lab, r 220 Eraser 

Harris William, col'd, wks G Schultz, r 46 E Ellis 

Harris William H, bkkpr, r 100 N Calhoun 

Harris William P, butcher, r 124 Ellis : 

Harris William T, machinist, r es Savannah, nr Ga R R 

Harrison Daniel, col'd, lab, r 31 Moseley 

Harrison Emma, col'd, laundress, r 65 Ga R R 

Harrison E A, printer Sunny South, bds 73 E Ellis 

HASBISON OEOBOE W, treas Franklin Printing House 

Co, r Walton, sw cor Fairlie 
Harrison George W, wood and coal dealer, 31 Decatur 
Harrison Henry, col'd, wks A & W Pt R R, r 147 W Fair 
HARBISON JAMES P (J P Harrison <& Co), r Decatur, Ga 
HABBISON JAMES P & CO (James P Harrison, et at), 
- Franklin Steam Printing House, 27 and 29 S Broad. 

(See index to adv.) 
Harrison John T, foreman J P Harrison & Co, bds Alabama,^ 

sw cor Pryor 
Harrison Mary, col'd, laundress, r 147 W Fair 
Harrison Norther, col'd, lab, r us Tattnall, nr Markham 
Harrison Paschal, col'd, lab, r 147 Markham - - 

Harrison Sal lie, seamstress, r 10 Thompson 
Harrison Thomas, col'd, porter, r 147 W Fair 
Harrison T C, livery stable, r 323 E Fair 
Harrison W H, col'd, lab, r 166 E Harris 
Harrison William P Rev, pastor First M E Church, r 73 Ellis 
Harrison ^adok D (Z D Harrison & A S Clayton), and clerk 

Supreme Court, State House, r county 
Harrison Z D and A S Clayton (2^dok D Harrison and Au- 

gustin S Clayton), lawyers, State House 
Harry N C, painter W <fe A R R, r 107 Rhodes 

lULLMAN PALACE ^ARS leave Atlanta dail 7 for Washiogton 
by the KENNESAW ROUTE— DaUon, Bristol and Lynchburg. 



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Hart Crawford, r 32 Larkin 

Hart Edwin S, tinner E W Hart, bds 120J Whitehall 

Hart Emma, coPd, seamstress, r ss Henry, nr Elliott 

Hart Isaac, coFd, carpenter, r 64 Richmond 

Hart Isaac N, grocer, 126 Marietta, r 124 Marietta 

Hart Marshal], coPd, porter W H Simpson 

liart Russell W, tinner, 9 E Hunter, r 120} Whitehall 

Hartman Martin, grocer, 132 Decatur 

Hartsfield Alice, col'd, laundress, r 5(6 Thurmond 

Hartsfield Charles F, tinner Stewart, Wood & Fain, bds 85} 

Whitehall 
Hartsfield Daniel, coFd, cook Kimball House 
Hartsfield John W, carpenter, r 95 E Cain 
Harvey Frank, col'd, wks Fowler <fe Stewart, r Luckie, cor 

Grubb 
Harvey H B Mrs, teacher Marietta St School, r 75 Luckie 
Harvey Mary, wid John, bds 11 Solomon 
Harvey Peter, col'd, lab, r Green's Ferry av, W E 
Harvey William, col'd, lab, r ws Lee, nr Amos, W E 
Harvill Thomas J, elk Harvill & Martin, r 117 N Butler 
Harvill William, col'd, lab, r Vine, nr W Fair 
Harvill William H (Harvill & Martin), r 10 Pratt 
Harvill & Martin (W H Harvill and M C Martin), druggists, 

190 Decatur 
Harwell Grevier D. elk, r Edge wood 
Harwell John H, elk C H Strong, r 74 S Walker 
Harwell John M (J Ben Wilson & Co), r 61 S Broad 
Harwell Levi H, with J Ben Wilson & Co, r 29 Mechanic 
Harwell W D, elk Hughey & Pyron, bds 28 W Peters 
Haselden Henry S, printer, r 103 Windsor 
Haskell Wallace W ( W W Haskell & Co), r 144 Whitehall 
HASKELL W W & CO (W W Haskell and John T Sav- 
age), gen'l fire ins flfts, represent AMAZON} of Cincin- 
nati; OIBABQ, orPhila; WILLIAMSBUBG CITT, 

of N Y; FANEUIL^HALL, of Boston; 27 to 31 White- 
hall 

Haskins John R, elk, r 9 E Mitchell * 

Haslett John H, wks Oakland Cemetery, bds 16 S Moore 

Haslett Samuel B, r 58 Walker 

Hastings Thomas, watchman Ga R R i 

Hatch N E Mrs, dressmkr, r 77 Whitehall 

Hatcher M B, painter Longley & Robinson 

Hatcher M E, wid E D, r 41 Magazine 

Hatchett Augustus, col'd, lab, r rear 35 Castleberry 

FINE ALL LINEN Shirts made to order at $48 per doien and up- 
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Hatfield George, col'd, wks Castleberry & Co, r 3 Holland 

Hathaway Hattie C, wid H B, r 72 E Peters 

Haunson John T, despatcher A-L Ry, bds 77 Decatur 

Haverty James J, elk, bds 27 Castleberry 

Haverty Thomas, gardener, r 27 Castleberry 

Hawes James H, fireman W <& A R R, r 121 Luckie 

Hawes Rebecca E, wid R R, r 32 Magazine 

Hawes Richard R, fireman W & A R R, bds 32 Magazine 

Hawkins Bartow, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 

Hawkins Fletcher, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 

Hawkins Greorge W, carpenter, r ws Williams, nr Baker 

Hawkins Henry, 'butcher, r es Cooper, nr limits 

Hawkins Lucinda, col'd, laundress, r 24 R R 

Hawkins Rosa, col'd, laundress*, r Edgewood 

Hawkins J T Rev, pastor Hunter St Christian Church, r 81 

Cox 
Hawkins William, col'd, shoemkr A Freeman, r 244 Crew 
Hawks Joseph, col'd, porter Sharp & McDaniel, r rear 117 

Whitehall 
Hawks William N, ins agt, r 259 Washington 
Hawser Harry, bds 32 N Forsyth 
Hawser Thomas, elk, bds 32 N Forsyth 
Hay Maria, col'd, laundress, r 42 Humphries 
Hayden A J Mrs, r 193 S Pryor 
Hayden Camilla, wid Frank, r 6 Bailey 
Hayden Homer, r W E 
Hayden Julius A, pres Atlanta Gas Light Co, 21 Whitehall, r 

67 Marietta 
Hayes Benjamin, col'd, cook, r 303 W Mitchell 
Hayes Henry W, col'd, barber, bds 20 Whitehall 
Hayes John, col'd, porter M W Johnson, r 42 W Alabama 
Hayes Lavinia, wid Henry, r 9 Mangum 
Haygood F M Rev, trav agt Christian Index, r Conyers, Ga 
Haygood L A Miss, teacher High School, r 45 McDonough 
Haygood Martha A, wid J B, r 45 McDonougb 
Haygood William A, carpets, oil cloths, etc, 38 Marietta, r 45 

McDonough 
Haynes Anna, col'd, laundress, r 41 Gate City 
flaynes Anna, wid Reuben, r 154 W Mitchell 
Haynes Charles, col'd, lab, r 130 Elliott 
Haynes Grace, col'd, cook, r 155 Luckie 
Haynes James W, carpenter, r 55 Mayes' al 
Haynes Richard O, policeman, r 154 W Mitchell 
Haynes St School, Mrs M A Mercei^, prin; 98 Haynes 

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Haynes William A, watches, clocks and jewelry, 10 Marietta, r 

128 Mangum ' . 

HA YNES, sec also HAINES 

Haynie William, carpenter Longley & Robinson i 

Hays Benjamin col'd, brick mason, r 17 Thurmond 
Hays John A, fireman W & A R R, 
Hays Mary, col'd, cook, r rear 74 N Collins 
Hays Nathan, col'd, lab, r 18 R R 
Hays Richard D, tailor, r 220 Elliott 
Hayward Stephen, col'd, wks National Hotel, r 166 Luckie 
Hazelton Henry S, printer J P Harrison & Co, r 103 Windsor 
Head John F, surgeon USA, med director Dept South, 30 E 

Wall, bds Markham House 
Head J G, elk, r 163 W Fair 

Headquarters Department of the South, office 30 E Wall 
Headspeth Comfort, col'd, laundress,, r 266 Magazine 
Healey Thomas G, contractor and builder. Marietta, nw cor 

Forsyth, r 77 Ivy 
Healing Henry, coi'd, waiter Markham House 
Heals A, r 33 W Peters 
Heard Amanda F, wid John C, r 163 W Fair 
Heard Henry, coPd, lab, r 10 Valentine 
Heard Lucius, col'd, lab, r 14 Mayes' al 
Heard Mary, col'd, laundress, r Green's Ferry av 
Heard Patrick, col'd, grocer, 112 Haynes, r 213 W Mitchell 
HEARD, see also HURD 
Hearn Priscilla P, wid Thomas, r 55 Tattnall 
Heath Adam, col'd, lab, r 256 Luckie 
Heath David H, r 322 Decatur 

, Heath Eliza A Miss, teacher Crew St School, r 51 McDonough 
Heath Malvern, col'd, lab, r 71 Gullatt 
Hector Lettie, col'd, laundress, r 137 Ira 
Hedge C G (Hedge & Martin), r 2 Marietta 
Hedge & Martin (C G Hedge and G Martin), restaurant, 16 

. Whitt-hall 
Heery Daniel O C, physician, 62 Whitehall, r 141 W Mitchell 
Heide Charles, chief surgico-machinist Nat Surg Inst, bds 62 

Collins 
HEIDE, see also HYDE 

Heinz Charles (Heinz & Berkele), r 213 Whitehall 
HeinzCharles, Jr, gunsmith Heinz & Berkele, bds 213 Whitehall 
HEINZ & BEBEELE (C Heinz and John Berkele), gun 

and locksmiths, 15 Whitehall 
HEINZ, see also HINES and HYNDS 

ESIFMUSLIN »°^ LINEN SHIRTS, open front or back, Plaited Bosom, 
made lo order for $P><i per dozen, at Wiu«»on & Crerkmur's, 25 Whitehall. 



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Hellings J P, engineer A-L Ry, r 1 16 S Forsyth 

Helmer Charles G, bkkpr J J Barnes, r 102 Windsor 

Hemphill Hugh, wks Cfa R R, bds 272 E Fair 

Hemphill Robert A, grocer, 102 Peachtree, r 475 Peachtree 

HEMPHILL WIIJLIAM A, business manager Constitution, 

r 53 Fair, cor Pryor 
Henderson Alexander, col'd, lab, r Baugh, se cor Peeples, \Y E 
Henderson Annie, col'd, lunch room, 105 Decatur 
Henderson Carrie, col'd, laundress, r 91 S Pryor 
Henderson C W, teller Mer Bank of Atlanta, bds 91 Marietta 
Henderson Elisha, col'd, lab, r rear 50 Walker 
Henderson Isaac, col'd, lab, r ss Cain, nr Calhoun 
Henderaon John, elk H A Agricola, r 65 Cone 
Henderson Lewis, col'd, lab, r ss Baker, nr Calhoun 
Henderson Walter C, printer Constitution, r 86 Terry 
Henderson William, col'd, lab, bdsrear 127 Wheat 
Hendley T J, student, bds 143 N Calhoun 
Hendree John, physician, 62 Whitehall, bds Calhoun House 
Hendricks D G, wks Winship & Bro, bds 23 Hull 
Hendricks Frances, col'd, laundress, rHightower,nr Humphries 
Hendricks H V, wks W & A R R, r 23 Hull 
Hendricks Martha, wid A G, r 23 Hull 
Hendricks Oliver E, wks Sou Agrl Works, bds 23 Hull 
Hendrix Benjamin, coPd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill ("o, r 18 

Corput '. 
Hendrix Eliza, wid L B, r 275 Crumley 
Hendrix James M, plasterer, r 275 Crumley 
Hendrix John C, r 46 E Simpson 
Hendrix Philip, col'd, lab, r 42 Mechanic 
Henry Edward, col'd, shoemkr, 16 McDonough, r 235 McDon- 
ough 
Henry H, blacksmith W & A R R 
Henry Jacob, col'd, farmer, r es Mc Daniel, nr limits 
Henry Lee, col'd, farmer, r es McDaniel. nr limits 
Henry Madison, col'd, carpenter, r 332 Washington 
Henry Moses, col'd, shoemkr, r 81 E Fair 
Henry Samuel, col'd, lab, r 256 Mangum 
Hensler William L, musician, r 19 S Broad 
Henson Augustus L, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Henson Clark S, r 78 Walker 
Henson FE, gasfitter, r 83 Rawson 
Henson Green, col'd, lab, r 67 Fort 
Henson G T, la b, r 11 Corput 
HEHTSCKEL G, saloon, 61 E Alabama ^^ 

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Herbert Lewis, coFd, lab, r SelFs av, W E 

Herd Joseph, col'd, waiter, r 261 E Fair 

Herman Matilda, ool'-d, laundress, r 39 Bradbury 

Herndon Benjamin, with W Calder, bds Spring, se cor Simpson 

Herndon B J, fireman W <fe A R R, r.23 Magazine 

Herndon Greorge, wks A-L Ry, r Hunter, se cor Fort 

Herndon Harriett, col'd, cook, r rear 75 Form wait 

^erndon Joseph, carpenter, .r 155 Nelson 

Herrick Jefferson, manager W U Tel office, r 30 McDonough 

Herring Godfi*ey, coFd, cook, r 172 Markhara 

Herrington Clarence, coFd, wks Markham House 

Herron Cynthia, col'd, latihdress, r 17 W Hunter 

Herron Edward D, elk S M Inman & Co, bds 55 W Mitchell 

Herter Herman, saloon, 18 Whitehall, r 181 Whitehall 

Hertz Edwin Mrs, boarding, 85 N Collins 

Herzog Philip (Furchgott, Benedict & Co), r New York 

Hestely Mary, wid John, r es S Pryor 

Hester Jane, col'd, laundress, r 95 E Fair 

Hetzel Lizzie Miss, embroidery and hair goods, 43 Whitehall, 

r 218 Marietta 
Hetzel William F, machinist Winship <fe Bro, bds 218 Marietta 
Hewin P N, elk R C Gregg, bds 40 Smith 
Hewitt Eugene W, r National Hotel 
Hewitt Wilson C, r National Hotel 
Hewlin Washington, col'd, lab, r ^Hall's al, bet Rawson and 

Jones * * 

Heymann S, with H Hirsch, bds 13 Terry 
Heyward W J (McConnell & Heyward), r 124 S Pryor 
Hibberts C, wks W <fe A R R, r 162 Elliott 
Hickey Arthur, supt J Keely, bds Markham House 
mCEMAN J J DR, bds Kimball House 
Hicks Aaron, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r ws State, 

nr Wallace 
Hicks Benjamin, coPd, lab, r 251 E Fair 
Hicks D Y (Hick« & Wright), r 130 Houston 
Hicks Edward, col'd, carpenter, r es Rolling Mill, nr Rice 
Hicka Florence, cook I N Hart/ r 124 Marietta 
Hicks George W, shoemkr, r 12 Martin 
Hicks James, col'd, drayman, r 20 Johnson 
Hicks Jane, col'd, cook, r 16 Mayes* al ; 

Hicks Mary, wid Robert, r 12 Martin [ 

Hicks Philip, col'd, cook Markham House 
Hicks Riley, driver Street R R Co 
Hicks Thomas, col'd, lab, bds 16 Mayes' al 

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Hicks & Wright (D Y Hicks and J T Wright), grocers, 128 

Houston 
Higgins James, fireman A & W Pt R R 
Higgins Martha, wid William, r 157 Decatur 
Higgins Thomas Y, cotton buyer, r 141 W Fair 
High tower Carrie Mrs, r 90 W <fe A R R* 
Hightower Catharine, col'd, laundress, r 31 Scofield al 
Hightower Dorcas, col'd, laundress, r R R, bet Cain and Foundry 
Hightower Margaret, col'd, cook, r 131 E Baker 
Hightower Milton H (Roberts & Hightower), bds 46 E Cain - 
Hightower Promise, col'd, lab, bds 279 Decatur 
Hightower Spen ce r, oolM , lunch room, 316 Decatur, r 13 Hil- 

liard 
Hightower Thomas J (Nunnally, Hallman & Co),<r Smyrna, Ga 
Hilbum Francis A, elk, r 44 Walker 
Hildebrand John, driver Street R R Co 
Hildreth J M, ins agt, 61 Whitehall, r Paducah, Ky 
Hildreth Mary E Miss, teacher Storr's School, bds 104 Houston 
Hill Albert, coPd, barber G Yarbrough 
Hill Alexander, coFd, barber G Yarbrough 
Hill Andrew, col'd, wks County Jail, r 236 E Fair 
Hill A P Mrs, supt Orphans' Free School, r 71 N Pryor 
Hill Benjamin, col'd, carpenter, r 15 N Bell 
Hill Benjamin H Hon, (B H Hill & Son), U S Senator, r 182 

Peach tree 
Hill Benjamin H, Jr (B H Hill & Son) and Solicitor General, 

r 20 Pfiftchtrpp 
Hill B H & Son (B H and B H Hill, Jr), lawyers, 8 and 10 

Kimball House 
Hill Charles, c-ol'd, lab, r 9 Daniel 
Hill Charles F, elk Chamberlin, Boynton & Co 
Hill C T, wid T R, r 50 N Broad 
Hill D P, lawyer, 6 E Alabama, r 147 Marietta 
Hill Edmund, col d, lab, r ns E Harris, nr limits 
Hill Edward, col'd, lab, r ss Jones, bet Pryor and Pulliam 
Hill Edward S, agt, r 266 Whitehall 
Hill Eliza, col'd, cook, r 236 E Fair 
Hill Eliza, col'd, laundi^es, r 107 Spriqg 
Hill Elizabeth, wid Thomas, r 137 W Baker 
Hill Fred W, elk Walker <fe Boyd, bds 50 N Broad 
Hill FM, engineer A & W Pt R R 
Hill Greorge, col'd, lab, r es Robbin, bet Wells and Glenn 
Hill Greorge, col'd, lab, r 165 Houston 
Hill Henry, col'd, lab, r rear -516 N ColUna 

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Hill H D Rev, bds 61 Marietta 

Hill James, cord, carpenter, r 92 Jones 

Hill John, cord, grocer, 142 E Harris 

Hill John A, carpenter, r 23 Wheat 

Hill John A, with Clayton & Webb, r 168 S Pryor 

Hill John J, ins agt; r 66 N Pryor 

Hill John M, whol liquors and cigare, 16 Decatur, r 157 Ivy 

Hill John R, bailiff, bds 128 E Hunter 

Hill Johnson H, eol'd, barber, bds 20 Whitehall 

Hill Joseph, carpenter, bds 23 Wheat 

Hill Josephine, coFd, laundress, r rear 52 Gra R R 

Hill Judge, col'd, blacksmilh, r ws Haynes, bet Chapel and 

Nelson 
Hill Mack, col'd, barber, r 12 S Collins 
Hill Maria, col'd, seamstress, r 82 Forrest 
Hill Mary, coPd, laundress, r ss Cain, nr Calhoun 
Hill Matilda, col'd, cook, r 12 S Calhoun 
Hill Missouri, col'd, domestic, r 11 S Moore 
Hill Moses, col'd, farmer, r 39 Parsons 
Hill Nathan S, U Sstorekpr, r 59 N Calhoun 
Hill Osborne C, tonnage elk W & A R R, bds 147 Marietta 
Hill Raphael, col'd, lab, r ws Randolph, nr Wheat 
Hill Robert, col'd, barber, 177 Marietta 
Hill R P, law student, bds 147 Marietta 
Hill Samuel H, trader, r 277 E Hunter 
Hill Sylvia, col'd, laundress, r 107 Spring 
Hill Thomas, col'd, lab, bds rear 174 Peachtree 
Hill Turner, col'd, lab, bds 136 Elliott 
Hill William, col'd, lab, r rear 66 Ga R R 
Hill William col'd, blacksmith P Eskridge, r 63 Richmond 
Hill William H, wks W & A R R, r 137 Elliott 
Hill William R (Cox, Hill & Thompson), r county 
Hills Edwin S, head elk Ry P O 
Hills Lucius P, route agt U S Ry M S 
Hillyer George (Hillyer & Bro), r Crew, nw cor Fair 
Hillyer Henry (Hillyer & Bro), r 10 W Alabama 
Hillyer Llewellyn, printer J P Harrison & Co, bds Crew, nw 

cor Fair • 

Hillyer Lula C Miss, teacher Crew St School, bds Crew, nw cor 

Fair 
HILLTEB & BRO (G and H Hillyer), lawyers, 10 W 

• Alabama 
Hilton Andrew, shoemkr Hilton ^ Lackey, bds 86 Cox 
Hilton Augustus, packer McBride & Co, r 8 Grant 

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Hilton W A (Hilton & Lackey), r 86 Cox 

Hilton <fe Lackey (W A Hilton and G W Lackey), shoemkrs, 

5 E Foundry 
Hindman Thomas, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Hines Edward, col'd, carpenter, r 151 Markham 
Hines George, bkkpr, r 24 Richardson 
Hines S G, wid James, bds 169 Rawson 
Hines William, elk, bds 24 Richardson 
HINES, see also HEINZ and HYNDS 
Hinkle Georgp W, editor and propr Homeward Star, 27 and 

29 S Broad, r 70 N Butler 
Hinton Alfred, col'd, lab, r 72 Billiard 
Hinton Eliza, col'd, laundress, r ss Cox, nr Bntler 
Hinton Horace, col'd, lab, r 73 Hilliard 
Hinton James A, bds 82 Terry ^ 

Hinton Terrell, col'd, lab, r es Calhoun, nr Merritt s av ^ 
Hinton Winnie, col'd, laundress, res Calhoun, nr Merritt s av 
Hirsch Henry, with M & J Hirsch, r 198 S Forsyth 
Hirsch Joseph (M & J Hirsch), r 202 S Forsyth 
Hirsch Morris (M & J Hirsch), r 194 S Forsyth 
HJnSCH M & J (Morris and Joseph Hirsch), mer tailors, 

clothiers and furnishing goods, 3 & 50 Whitehall % 

Hirschfeld Alban, bkkpr A M Lewin & Co, bds 65 Luckie • 

Hirschfeld Emma, wid Edward, r 55 Luckie 

Hirshberg David, elk, bds 33 N Pryor 

Hirshberg Jacob (J Hirshberg & Co), r 292 T uckie . 

Hirshberg J & Co (J Hirshberg and M Barwald), junk dealers, 

t2 E Mitchell 
Hitch Sylvanus, with Pendletons <fe Lampkin 
Hitchcock Hiram, col'd, drayman, r reai^ 311 Houston 
Hitchcock Luke (Hitchcock & Walden), r Chicago, 111 
Hitchcock Samuel C, soap mnfr, 41 8 Pryor, r 311 Houston 
Hitchcock & Walden (L Hitchcock and J M Walden), book- 

sellers, 110 Whitehall 
Hitchins Alonzo G (Hitchins & Bros), r 1 10 N Collins 
Hitchins Francis C (Hitchins & Bros), r 105 W Simpson 
Hitchins R J, elk Hitchins & Bros .,,,,. 

Hitchins & Bros (A G and F C Hitchins), grocers, 51 Peachtree 
Hitson R J, butcher, r 42 Wells t^ tt j 

Hobbs Mary, col'd, laundress, r es Markham, bet Haynes and 

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Hocknell William D, carpenter W & A R R, r 211 Luckie 
Hodge Catharine, domestic, colM, r 104 Walker 

Hodge Henry, col'd, lab, b ds 290 Jones 

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Hodges Hattie^ coFd, laundress, r rear 261 E Hunter 

Hodges Nancy, coFd, laundress, r 12 Grant 
^ Hodges W J, druggist, 160 Decatur, r 53 Ga Ril 
^ Hodgson Valentine M, physician, r 14 Mills 
W Hoff Frances H, wid John, r 114 Washington 
8* Hoffman John J, barber, 20 Whitehall, r 20 Young 

2 Hogan Joseph W, truck repairer Ga R R, r 206 Fair 
"8 Hogan M T, carpenter, r 66 Thurmond 

3 Hogan Susan, wid James, r 160 N Butler 
m Hoge Edward F, lawyer, 6 Whitehall, bds Markham House 
Jf Hoge Thomas H, wks Winship's Foundry, r 34 Rhodes 
^ Hoggs Hannah, col'd, cook, f rear 61 Garnett 

•g Hoke Charles F, elk, r 37 Powers 
•O Holbrook Anna, wid J P, r 7 Castleberry 
g Holbrook Augustus L, grocer, 79 Peachtree, r 296 Collins 
• Holbrook Benjamin, col'd, baker, r 201 Wheat 
g Holbrook John M, hats, caps and furs, 37 Whitehall, r 8^ 
•^ Washington 

•g Holbrook John W, elk, r 7 Castleberry 
3 Holbrook Thomas A, elk A L Holbrook, bds 37 N Pryor s 
Holoomb B D, printer Methodist Advocate, r 43 E Peters 
Holcomb C, fireman W & A R R 
<5 Holcomb Peter, coPd, engineer Nat Surg Inst, r 20 Scofield al 
^ Holcombe Henry, wks P P Car Co 

Holoombe Henry C, real estate, r 86 E Hunter 
^ Holcombe John R, farmer, bds 86 E Hunter 
•^ Holcombe Philo, opr W U Tel Co 

Holcombe William H, city marshal, r 68 N Forsyth 
Holland Edmond W (Jack & Holland), r 107 Marietta 
Holland Elbert, col'd, brick mason, r Hightower, nr Humphries 
Holland Frank, coFd, calciminer, r 133 Davis 
Holland Henry, col'd, lab, r ws McDaniel, bet Whitehall and 
^_^ Wells 

2 Holland James, col'd, wks Hunnicutt & Bellingraths 
" Holland James H, brick mason, r Kelly, bet Jones and Fair 
Holland John, elk Silvey & Dougherty, bds 239 Decatur 
Holland J S, barkpr, r 210 E Hunter 
, ^ Holland Leonidas G, sexton Oakland Cemetery, r 239 Decatur 
W Holland M B, machinist W <fe A R R, r 79 Spring 
W Holland Newton, brick mason, r 204 E Hunter 
Pq Holland Sylvia, col'd, laundress, r Whitehall, cor James 
^ Holland S G (Holland & Crenshaw) 
^ Holland Thomas, col'd, drayman, r 74 W Foundry 

M Holland William, col'd, drayman, r 294 W Mitchell 

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24 Whitehall, 
Holley Charles W (Keltner & Hollw), r 150 Crew 
Holley James, ool'd, waiter Wilson House 
Holley Sarah, wid Charles, r 150 Crew 
HoUiday George H (G H HoUidav & Co), r 369 N Calhoun 
HolHday G H & Co (G H and J S HoUiday), dry goods, 101 

Whitehall 
HoUiday Hannah, col'd, laundress, r 36 Walker 
HoUiday John S (G H HoUiday & Co), r 66 Forrest 
HoUiday John S Jr, bkkpr Citizens Bank of Ga, bds 66 Forrest 
HOLLIDAT ROBERT A, dentist, 23 Whitehall, r 66 For- 
rest 
HoUiman Lucy, wid John, r ws Thompson, n of Castleberry 
HoUingshead James B, elk M Rich & Bro, bds 61 W Mitchell 
HoUingsworth Benjamin, col'd, lab, r es Eraser, bet Fiiir and 

Hunter 
HoUingsworth Eliza, wid J F, r 23 Ivy 
HoUingsworth George, col'd, lunch room, 54 Decatur 
HoUingsworth-JaHies H/ r 34 Church 
Hollinnsworth John B, elk Crichton, Kennedy d? Co, bds 3 

Church 
HoUingsworth John F, adjuster Singer Mnfg Co, r 23 Ivy 
HoUingsworth Matilda Mrs, dr^ssmkr, r 45 N Pryor 
HoUingsworth Ruth Miss, cashier Singer Mn% Co, r 23 Ivy 
HoUingsworth William, tinner J W Hall, r Wheat, cor Pryor 
HoUis James B, elk R R Payne, bds 78 Walker 
HoUis Harriet J, wid John, r 283 W Peters 
HoUis R W, barkpr P J Kenny, bds 31 Washington 
Hollister Roswell G, with E I Clapp, bds 71 E Peters 
HoUoway David F, painter, 9 E Hunter, r 266 Eraser 
Hoi man Marshall, col'd, lab, r 396 Mangum 
Holmes Charles, elk, bds 150 Crew 
Holmes Charles, col'd, lab, r 127 Wheat 
Holmes Fannie A Miss, r 14 Hilliard 

Holmes Greorge W, col'd, shoemkr I H Alexander, r 32 Solomon 
Holmes Green, col'd (Callaway & Holmes), r 11 S Moore 
Holmes Green Rev, col'd, r 300 Wheat 
Holmes Hannah, col'd, cook, r rear 75 McDonough 
Holmes Henry, r 269 Luckie 
Holmes Homer, col'd, drayman Rice & Mitchell, r ns Foster, 

nrElla 
Holmes John, ool'd, shoemkr T J <& ,W M Brown, r ws Fort, 

nr Hunter 

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Holmes Jalia, wid R F, r 154 Decatar 
Holmes Lewis, ool'd, laft), r 24 Randolph 
Holmes L S, wks . C R R, r 34 Rhodes 
Holmetf Matilda; cordiJauBdtegs, rTear 144 Wheat 
^HOLMES HICK, col'd, boot and shoe mkr, 78 S Broad, r42 
%f W Alabama. (See adv. p. 69.) 

^ Holmes N E Mrs^ seamstress, r 279 Jones _ 

Holmes Patsey, col'd, laundress, r 75 Gullatt 
Holmes Rebecca, wid A T, r 154 Decatur 
Holmes S P, coFd, shoemkr, 68 Decatur, r 24 Randolph 
Holmes William, coUd, cook, r 31 Richmond 
Holroy Sarah Miss, milliner, 11 £ Alabama 
Holsten Abram, col'd, lab, r rear 12 Biggers 
Holt Frank, elk, bds 219 S Pryor 
^ Holt Hampton, coVd, lab, r 48 Humphries 
g Holt Peyton R Dr (Pinson & Holt), r 219 S Pryor 
O Holt Robert E, elk Silvey & Dougherty, bds 39 N Pryor 
if Holtzclaw Henry J, carpenter, r 105 Stonewall 
• Homeward Star, G W Hinkle, editor and propr ; J P Harrison 
SB <fe Co, publishers; 27 and 29 S Broad 

^ HONEA WILLIAM B, pictures and picture frames, 10 W 
ri Hunter, r 361* N Collins 

^ Honecker Christian, wks A-L Ry, r 40 Rhodes 

. Hook Addison C, elk A O M Gay, bds 65 Peach tree 
pj Hooks John C, grocer, 296 Peachtree, r 24 Cedar 
^ Hoo^ Thomas J (Rheinhardt & Hooks), bds Crawford House 
n HooperEdward M M (G W Burroughs & Co), r 359 Whitehall 
p4 Hooper John W, r 115 Simpson 

3 Hooper Robert, col'd, shoemkr, r 82 N Forsyth 
^j Hoover Burrell, coFd, lab, r 54 Johnson 

q^ Hoover H Ly surgeon chiropodist, r 18 Connally 
»Tj Hope George M, dk E A Robertson, bds 49 W Harris 

^ Hope Hannah, col'd, cook, r ss Baker, nr Butler 
^jgj Hopkins Anna, coFd, laundress, r 199 W Hunter 
Qj Hopkins Doc, col'd, porter T C Mayson, r 44 Gate City 
^A Hopkins Dolly col'd, laundress, r 199 W Hunter 
^O Hopkins Hulda, wid Moses, r 81 N Butler 

gP Hopkins John L (Hopkins & Glenn), r 31 Gilmer 
*3 Hopkins Richard. coPd, drayman, r 41 Gate City 

P^OFEINS ft GLENN (J L Hopkins and J T Glenn), law- 

g yers, 4 Marietta 

S Hopp Christopher, carriage mkr J M Smith, r 12 W Mitchell 
^i Hopp Jacob, carriage mkr. J M Smith, 

^ mi ILSON A CREEKMUR m^« ^^<^7 Linen. Percale, Zephyr and Creton 
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Horn William, lab, Sou Agrl Works, bds 143 Walton 

Horsey Gwrge, coPd, wks Markham House 

Horsey H S, elk, bds 140 Hawson 

Horsey Thomas A, bkkpr T M Horsey, bds 140 Rawson 

Horsey Thomas M, hats, caps, etc, 15 N Pryor, r 140 Rawson 

Horton Agnes J, col'd, cook, r 86 W Foundry 

Horton Anthony, lab, r Marietta rd, Bellwood 

Horton George, coFd, lab, r rear 301 W Mitchell 

Horton George W, blacksmith, r 52 Young 

Horton Howard, col'd, lab, r 15 Ivy 

Horton James, wks Jack & Holland 

Horton James A, farmer, r Marieta rd, Bellwood 

Horton Jesse L, elk J A Wimpy, bds 52 Yoking 

Horton Judy, col'd, nurse, r 55 Cone 

Horton Mattie, r Connally, bet Fair and Jones 

Horton Pinckney, col'd, wks Markham House, r 18 Thompson 

Horton Robert P, plumber, bds Marietta rd, Bellwood 

Horton William, col'd, porter McKoy & Williams, r 286 N 

Calhoun 
Horton William C, trader, r ns Marietta, nr Ponder's av 
Hosking John O, shoemkr, 132 Whitehall 
House Nelson, col'd, waiter Kimball House 
Houseworth Frances, col'd, laundress, r rear 139 Walker 
Houston Anna L, wid Osborne, r 70 S Loyd 
Houston Columbus M, cabinet mkr, r 37 Garnett 
Houston Rufus, col'd, coachman, r 82 Hoge 
Howard Abbie Mad, r ns Line, bet Pryor and Ivy 
Howard Azariah G (Howard, Wood & Co), r 132 S Pryor 
Howard Benjamin G, elk M W Johnson, r 112 Decatur 
Howard Charles, col'd, lab, r rear 254 N Calhoun 
Howard Charles A, elk J Perley, r 7 Peachtree 
Howard C B, carpenter Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 82 W & A R R 
Howard David T, colM, porter Green Line, r 177 Blackmon 
Howard Ephraim, col'd, porter Kimball House, r rear 94 S 

Pryor 
Howard Etta Mrs, bookbinder, bds 76 S Forsyth 
Howard Frank, col'd, wks W & A R R, p 122 W Baker 
HOWARD 6E0B0E J, druggist, 2 Marietta, r 18 Houston 
Howard Henry, col'd, lab, r es Vine, nr Foundry 
Howard Isaac, col'd, porter W & A R R 
Howard James W, elk R A Hemphill^ bds 50 N Broad 
Howard Johanna, col'd. laundress, r 32 Markham 
Howard John, col'd, lab, r 176 Fraser 
Howard Levi, ooPd, wood worker H Green, r 186 N Butler 

RR INFORMATION M to Passage Rates, nme Cards, efte, to NoHh, 
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Howard L E, prioter, r 11 Rhodes 
Howard Mary, col'd, laundress, r 26 McDonough 
Howard MoUie, col'd, cook, r 15 Ivy 

Howard Morris, ool'd, wks W & A R R, r Vine, ne cor Maga- 
zine 
Howard M D Mrs, dressmkr, 49 Peachtree 
Howard Richard, ool'd, lab, r 21 Fowler 
Howard Robert, coPd, blacksmith, r 142 E Cain 
Howard Jtobert, col'd, waiter Kimball House, r 123 Ellis 
Howard Rafus A, r 112 Decatur 
Howard Sarah, col'd, laundress, r Jennings al, bet Rawson and 

Jones 

Howard Simon, coPd, drayman, r 122 Davis 

Howard Spotswood, col'd, lab, r Vine, ne cor Magazine 

Howard Thomas C, elk Executive Dept 

Howard T W, student, bds 143 N Calhoun 

Howard William, ool'd, blacksmith J M Smith, r 181 C R R 

Howard William H, elk, bds 18 Houston 

Howard, Wood <fe Co (A G Howard, T M Wood and W A 
Powell), whol cigara an d toba cco, 33 E Alabama 

HOWE MACHnnB CO THE, A M B Graham, manager; 
41 Broad, oor Alabama 

HOWELL ALBERT, pres Constitution Pub Co, r 26 Cooper 

Howell Alice A Miss, bds Edgewood 

Howell Cicero, col'd, broom mkr A S Lenfestey, r rear 29 Moore 

Howell C V, wid Clement, r 38 Larkin 

HOWELL EVAN P, editor Constitution, r 241 Whitehall 

Howell G A, lawyer, 30 Kimball House, r 461 W Peters 

Howell James F, lab, bds Edgewood 

HOWELL J B» mechanical and hydraulic engineer and mill- 
wright, 13 Broad 

Howell Kent, col'd, lab, r 200 Fort 

Howell Lewis, bds 160 S Pry or 

Howell Martha J Miss, bds Edgewood . ^ 

Howell Mary Mrs, r Edgewood 

Howell Nelson, col'd, porter C H Strong, r 21 Crumley 

Howell William H, r 289 Peachtree 

Hoya-vonder Emmy Mme, pianist, r 67 Whitehall 

Hoya-vonder M G Mrs, r 67 Whitehall 

Hoyle Anthony, ool'd, plasterer, r we Crowell, nr limits 

Hoyle Frank E, elk A C & B F Wyly, bds 228 S Pryor 

Hoyle Samuel R, Co Tax Collector, 9 W Alabama, r 289 Peacb- 

tree 
Hoyk William E, r 228 S Pryor ■ 

OR SATISFACTION 1" flaiih*"! work aiid low prioea, go t» 
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HOTT SAMUEL B, pres Atlanta Savings Bank of 6a, t ^ 
E Hunter 

Hubbard Charles W, carrier P O, r 26 N Calhoun 

Hubbard William L, r 26 N Calhoun 

Hubner Charles W, editor, bds 79 S Pryor 

Hudgins George W, lab, r Baugh,Jir Peeples, W E 

Hudson Bayliss, elk, r 114 W Harris 

Hudson Ed A, col'd, waiter Kimball House 

Hudson John, ool'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 128 Gray 

Hudson J B, molder, r 18 Jenkins 

Hudson Lena, ool'd, laundress, r ns Henry, nr Elliott 

Hudson P Y, wid Charles, bds 141 McDonough 

Hudson Sarah, ool'd, laundress, r rear 85 Marietta 

Hudson Thomas, fireman W <& A R R 

Hudson William I, wks W & A R R, r 44 Victoria 

Hudson William J, bkkpr Adair ife Bro, r 48 Collins 

Hudson Willis, ool'd, waiter W D Grant, r 320 Peachtree 

Hudson W P, conductor W & A R R 

Huff Henry H, r 43 S Broad 

Huff James C, grocer, 62 S Broad, bds Hunter, se oor Forsyth 

Huff John F, grocer, 214 W Peters 

Huff Richard, col'd, barber Kimball House, r rear 29 N Cal- 
houn. Information Refused. 

Huggins Dungan, ool'd, waiter Kimball House, r 95 Houston 

Hughes A, lab, bds Edgewood 

Hughes Hansil, col'd, helper Atlamta Rolling Mill Co 

Hughes Hayden, r 59 JJ Harris 

Hughes Horace, col'd, painter J C Peek & Co 

Hughes James, carpenter, r ss Factory, nr Borne . 

Hughes John W, with R P S Kimbro, bds Forsyth, ne 
Hunter 

Hughes Louisa Miss, txis Edgewood 

Hughes L, lab, bds Edgewood 

Hughes W, lab, r Ed^wood 

Hughey Doc, col'd, wks D F Hammond, r w E 

Hughey Henry H (Hughey & Pyroq). r 128 W Peters 

Hughey <fe Pyron (H H Hughey and W Y Pyron), grocers, 81 
and 83 Whitehall 

Hulbert Abijah, car insp W & A R R, r 98 Davis 

Hulbert Edward, r 312 Houston 

Hulbert W W, agt Sou Exp Co, r 71 E Peters 

Hull Frank, news agt Ga R R, bds 112 S Pryor 

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Hull William, oolM, lab, r 114 WaUcer 

Hulsey Agnes, coPd, laundress, r 236 Wheat 

Hulsey Augustus J (Bulsey & Hulsey), r 129 N CJollins 

fiulsey EH J, planter, 23 Marietta, r lOTJN Collins 

Hulsey William H (Hulsey & Hulsey), r Edgewood 

HULSET ft.HULSET (\J' H and A J Hulsey), lawyers, 23 

Marietta 
Humphries Isaac, col'd, porter McMillan & Snow, r W E 
Humphreys Joseph, col'd, driver McGaughey Bros, r Crumley, 

cor McDaniel 
Humphreys Josephine, col'd, laundress, r 62 Hilliard 
Humphreys Matthew, coPd, wks Ga R R, r i 83 E Baker 
Humphreys Solomon, coFd, drayman, r es Eraser, nr Crumley 
Humphries John W, bkkpr Smythe & Perkerson, bds 8 W 

Mitchell 
Hunnerkopf Rosanna, wid F, r 166 N Collins 
Hunnicutt Calvin W (Hunnicutt & Bellingraths), r 306 Peach- 

tree 
Hunnicutt ^\i T, with Hunnicutt <& Bellingraths, r 236 S For- 
syth 
Hunnicutt John, engineer A-L Ry, r 66 Gilmer 
Hunnicutt John, cord, lab, r 193 Chapel 
Hunnicutt Joseph M, elk A-L Ry 
Hunnicutt L L, elk Hunnioutt & Bellingraths, bds 306 Peach- 

tree 

HXnnnCXrTT & BELLDTORATHS (C W Hunnictittand 
L and A Bellingraths), stoves and tinware,* plumbers, gas 
and steam fitters, house-furnishing, etc, 36 and 38 Peach- 
tree, cor Walton 
Hunt Alfred M, r 213 Marietta 
Hunt Augustus N (Simmons & Hunt, and Simmons, Hunt & 

Gilbert), r 23 W Foundry 
Hunt Benjamin, col'd, lab, r 39 Moseley 
Hunt G W, conductor W & A R R, r Ringgold, Ga 
Hunt Henry, col'd, lab, bds 138 Elliott 
Hunt Leonard W (Hunt, Rankin & Lamar), r Macon, Ga 
Hunt Needham A, watchman . Oakland Cemeterry, r 267 E 
Hunter > 

HXTNT. EANKIlff & LAHAR (L W Hunt, J W Rankin 

and H J Lamar), who! druggists, UN Pry or 
Hunt William F, elk W H Stanton, bds 267 E Hunter 
Hunt William H Rev, r 181 McDonough . 
Hunter Amanda, wid H, bds 90 Nelson 

CUSTOM M AD"E SflJRTS, tinish^ tnd partly finish- 
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Hunter John T (Hunter & South), r 441 Marietta 

Hunter Peter, col'd, lab, r 169 E Baket 

Hunter Sarah Mrs, dyer, r 271 E Hunter 

Hunter Sophia, coFd, laundress, r ns Henry, nr Mangum 

Hunter Street Church, Rev W A Dabney pastor, ss Hunter, nr 

Haynes 
Hunter & South (J T Hunter and F South), 'saloon, 462 Ma- 

- rietta ' 

Hurd Marshall, col'd, waiter, r 97 £ Mitehell 
Hurd Simon, lab, r John, nr W <& A K K 
HURD, see also HE ARD 
Hurley John H, painter, r 25 Cone 
Hurley John T, elk Ga R R, r 44 Gilmer • c .. 

Hurley M E, wid W B, r 26 Luckie 
Hurley Sarah A Mrs, with J P Harrison & Co, r 25 Cone 
Hurst Esther, col'd, laundress, r 6 Fort 
Hurst Green, col'd, blacksmith, r 34 WGarnett 
Hurt E Fleteher (E F <fe J Hurt), r 33 N Forsyth 
HUBT E F ft J (E Fletcher and Joel Hurt), real estate and 

rental agts, and agte Liverpool & London & Globe Ins Co, 

44 Marietta. (See adv. p. 80.) 
Hurt James A, bds 33 N Forsyth 
Hurt James W, artist, r 292 Jones 
Hurt Joel (E F & J Hurt), r 107 Peachtree 
Hurt John W, cotton buyer, 6 Marietta, r Edgewood 
Hurt L A Mrs, r 33 N Forsyth 

Hurt Oliver, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co. r 120 Gr^y 
Huteheson Leander B, shoemkr M G&ines, r Church, sw cor 

Spring 
Huteheson Turner S, wks Oakland Cemetery, r 91 E Hunter 
Hutehins Charles, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co,T 53 

Bush 
Hutehins Isaac, col'd, helper Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 114 

Gray 
Hutehins Jane, col'd, laundress, r 201 McDaniel 
Hutehins Larkin, col'd, lab, r ns Mayson's Ferry rd, P^llwood 
Hutehins Matilda, col'd, laundress, r rear 76 S Forsyth 
Hutehins Peter, col'd, drayman, t Keith, se cor Fourth 
Hutehins Reuben B, tax collector, r 160 Nelson 
Hutehins W D, col'd, barber, 18 Marietta, r 167 Houston 
Hutehinson Christopher, col'd, farmer, r es McDaniel, nr limits 
Hutehinson John, wks A-L Ry, r 16 Hilliard 
Hutehinson Joshua, col'd, blacksmith, r 211 W Peters 
Hutehinson L P, wks Ga R R, r Bell, sw cor Ga R R 

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Hutchinson, Z T, eny ncer A & W Pt R R, r 299 E Fair 
nu'i-ciiigOy W TTXTAfl T, sewing machine repairer and 

dealer, 26 Peachttee, r S2 W Peters 
HatsoA Sarah,, wid M, r 39 Bradbury 
Huzza Robert H, foreman L Lieberman, r 15 W Peters 
Hyde E H, wood engraver, 31 8 Broad, r Decatur, (la 
HYDE, see also' HEIDE 
Hyer Willia m L, e ngineer W & A R R 
HTOnanC UTSTITUTE, J Stainbaok Willson, M D; 13 

Loyd, opp Markham House. (See adv. front fly A.) 
Hymes John, wks Sou Agrl Works, bds 21 Johnson 
Hynds George H, with S M Inman A Co, r 24 Richardson 
Hynds William M, elk 8 M Inman <fe Co, r 24 Richardson 
H YNDS, see also HEINZ and HINE8 

LIVE IN ATLANTA. 'AND EXPECT TO REMAIN. 

cannot, therefore, afford to do anj bat the best work ia mj line. 

let my work adTertUe me, aa it has always dose. 

remain, years to jSommand, 

Contractor for Plain and Ornamental Plastering. 

p. O. BOX 103. / 

ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY, Charles Cluoas <fe Co, pub- 
lishers, New York; southern branch offioe, 56 Whitehall 
Ingalls Charles C, elk Furohgbtt, Benedict & Co 
Ingram Henry, col'd, lab, r 32 Gate City 
Inman Colin H, col'd, porter O Hentschel 
Inman Hugh T, cotton mer, r Peachtree, sw cor Harris 
Inman Shadrach W, cotton buyer, r 80 Thompson 
Inman S M (8 M Inman <fe Co), r 117 8 Forsyth 
Inman S M <& Co (S M and W P Inman), cotton mers, 65 

Whitehall 
Inman Walker P (S M Inman & Co), r 55 Mitchell 
Irby Daniel S, carpenter, r 334 Mangum 
Irish Theodore D, U 8 storekpr, 33J Whitehall, r 14 CKfford 
Irvine Amanda, col'd, laundress, r 7 Maple 
Irvine Anthony, col'd, wheelwright, r 46 S Butler 
Irvine George, col'd, gardener, r 46 S Butler 
Irvine Margaret, col'd, seamstress, r 32 Marklinni 
Irwin Anthony, col'd, wagon mkr, 323 Decatur, r 90 S Butler 
Irwin Charles Rev, bds ws Pryor, nr Hunter 
Irwin Elizabeth C, wid John, r 142 8 Forsyth 
Irwin Marion, bkkpr, bds 241 Whitehall 

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IRWIN, see also ER WIN 

Isaac Henry, ool'd, shoemkr, 107 Decatur, r 68 King 

Isaac William, col'd, porter fiobo <& Chapman, r King, bet Fair 

and Jones 
Isaiah Mary" A, col'd, laundress, r 65 Gra R R 
Iseman Jacob, brick raasoor, r 34 Hayden 
ISEMAN, see also EISEMAN 
Isham John, prin Crew St School, r 41 Crew 
Isoa William, buyer J 8 Oliver & Co 
Israel Aaron, r 78 Whitehall 
Ives Lavton M, furniture, r 9 Marietta 
Ivie M *L, wid William, r 305 E Fair 
Ivie Robert, dk, r 305 E Fair 
Ivie Taylor, wks Traynham & Co, r 305 E Fair 
Ivie Theophilus, with G C Drummond, bds 305 E Fair 
Ivie William B, driver, bds 305 E Fair 
Ivy Amand^, col'd, laundress, r rear 104 Magazine 
Ivy Billings S, wks W «fe A R R, r 9 Mills 
Ivy Isaac, col'd, carpenter, r rear 30 8 Bell 
Ivy M A, wid William, r 385 Decatur 
Ivy Richard H, lab, r ns Mayson's Ferry rd, Bellwood » 

Ivy Robert, col'd, packer Castleberry & Co, r 288 Wheat 
Ivy St School, E G Moore, prin ; 173 Ivy 

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James G. Thrower 

Pliut«red J. H. James* resid'ence aod Bank Block, Odd FeUows* Block, Kim- 
ball House, State Moose, Markhtta Block, Centeolhial Block, ^. B. Adair's 
house, and too many others to mention here. Send orders to P. 0. Box 108* 




JACK FRANCIS M, machinist, r 287 Whitehall 
Jack Georee W, trav a^ r 287 Whitehall . 
Jack Henry, cord, lab, r 68 Fuller's row 
Jack William F (Jack & Holland), r 36 Whitehall 
JACK A; HOJXAirD ( W^ F Jack and £ W Holland), candy 

and cracker mnfrs, 36 Whitehall 
Jackson Alice, col'd, lacndress, r 42 W Humphries 
Jackson Alfred, col'd, drayman Rice & Mitchell 
Jackson Alfred, col'd, brickm^son, r es Crowell, nr limits 
Jackson Alfen M, tailor, r 275 Crumley 
Jackson Csesar, col'd, hostler, r 93 Spring 
Jackson Caroline Mrs, bds 112 8 Pryor 
JacksoB Charles, col'd, lab, r 13 High 
Jackson Delia, col'd, laasdress, r rear Connty Jail 

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Jackson Edward, cdl'd, hostler Street R R Co 

Jackaoa £phratin Rev, ool'd, r rear 62 Walker 

Jackson Fannie Miss, r rear 137 Walker 

Jackson Gordon, ool'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 

Jackson' Henry, colM, lab, r rear 85 Elliott 

Jackson Henry (Jackson <& Lumpkin), and reporter Supreme 
Court, r 246 Rawson 

Jackson Howell C, warrant sep. Executive Dept, bds National 
Hotel 

Jackson Isaac, coFd, wks R C Shumate 

Jackson James, lab, bds 33 S Bell 

Jackson James, col'd, lab, r es Rolling Hill, nr Houston 

'Jackson James Hon, judge Supreme Court, State House, r 67 
Marietta 

Jackson Jesse W, r 22 Jones 

Jackson Jonas, col'd, carpenter, r 14 Wallace 

Jackson Joseph, col'd, coachman S B Hoyt, r 68 E Hunter 

Jackson Lillie, col'd, cook, r rear 79 S Loyd 

Jackson Lizzie, col'd, laundress, r 139 Luckie 

Jackson Lacy, col'^, laundress, r ss Hightower, nr Humphries 

Jackson Lula, col'd, laundress, r rear 157 W Peters 

Jackson Martha, col'd, laundress, r 21 Eraser 

Jackson Mary, col'd, laundress, r 78 Mayes' al 

Jackson M&ry, col'd, laondress, r Edgewood 

Jackson Mary A, wid DaVid, 1 32 S Bell .- .^ . 

Jackson Moscow, col'd, porter, r Vine, nr Parsons } 

Jackson M, col'd, drayman, r 27 Richmond 

Jackson M Mrs, seamstress, r 275 Crumley 

Jackson Nellie, col'd, laundress, r rear 14 W Mitchell 

Jackson N C, warrant sec. Executive Dept 

. Jackson Parthenia, col'd, laundress, r ss Henry, nr Elliott 

Jackson Peggy, col'd, cook, r 38 S Bell 

Jackson Prince, col'd, lab, r 266 Crew 

Jackson Robert, col'd, porter F E Block, r 136 N Butler 

Jackson Robert P, assistant mailing elk P O, bds 266 Whitehall 

Jackson Robert S, ins agt, r ns Mitchell, bet Loyd and Wash- 
ington 

Jackson R S, elk, bds 190 N Calhoun 

^Jackson Sallie, col'd, laundress, r 100 E Simpson 

'Jackson Sarah, col'd, cook, r 29 Chapel 

Jackson Sheppard, col'd, shoemkr,- 99 Decatur, r Harris, cor Ivy 

Jackson Solomon, col'd, lab, r 1 Beokwith 

Jackson Thomas, ool'd, carpenter, r 32 Rawson 

Jackson Thomas, col'd, lab, r W E 

EST MUSLIN •^^ LINEH SHIRTS, op«n front or Uok.jPUited Bosom, 
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Jackson Thomas E, civil engineer and surveyor, 6 E Wall, r 97 
E Mitchell 

Jackson Thomas L, col'd, porter Stewart & Williams, bds Spring, 
cor Luckie 

Jackson Walter M (Smith <& Jackson), bds 67 Marietta • 

Jackson Warren, ool'd, fireman J C Peck <& Co 

Jackson William, col'd, porter Powell, Hall & Co, r 262 N Cal- 
houn 

Jackson William, col'd, hostler C Taylor 

Jackson William H, elk W F Stokes & Co, bds 148 Marietta 

Jackson W S, bkkpr J Rya n 

JACBSOir ft LUMnmr (H Jackson and J H Lumpkin), 

lawyers, 40 Marietta 
Jacob T O, r 92 N Butler 
Jacob W P, elk, bds 92 N BuUer 

Jacobs Ferdinand Rev, D D, r 82 S Pryor ' 

James Albert, col'd draymaoi, r 187 Markbum 
James' Bank Block, es Whitehall, bet Alabama and R R r 
James Charles, elk Brock Bros 
James Emanuel, col'd, drayman, r 103 Tattnall 
James George, col'd, hackman, r 103 Tattnall • 
James George J, salesman, r West End 
James' fiall, 6 Whitehall 
James John, brickmason, r 42 N Calhoun 
James John, col'd, stone cutter, r 18 Chapel 
James John H. banker, 22 Whitehall, r 114 Peachtree 
James Leonard, ool'd, hackman, r 103 Tattnall 
James Taylor, with W R Honea, r Alabama, se cor Pryor 
James Thomas J, tinner, r Alabama, se cor Pryor 

JAITES THOKAS P DR, State Comr of Agriculture, bds 

Markham House 
Janes William, elk, bds 8 S Broad 
Janes W F, elk Dept Agriculture, r 39 Powere 
Jarnagin Alonzo C, carpenter, r 40 Gartrell 
Jarnagin Christopher, col'd, lab^ r ss Harris, nr Randolph 
Jarnaffin William H, carpenter Longley k Robinson 
JarrelT Charles, machinist, bds 25 W Hunter 
Jarrell Willis, polioemaa, r 45 E Simpson 
Jarrett Dinah, col'd, cook; r 187 N Calho^in 
Jarrotte John, mason, bds 56 N Collins 
Jarvis William L (Spenoe & Jarvip), r 43 E Pefeprs 
Jeffi-ies Richard S, lawyer, 23 Whitehall, r 141 McDonough 
Jefferson Edward, col'd, waiter Markham House 
Jeflerson Lucy, col' d, laundress, r ss Baker> nr Butler 

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Jenkins AUen, col'd, wks W & A R R, r Fraser, bet Falton 
and Richardson ^^ 

Jenkins A J, wks Atlanta Rolling Mil] Co 4- 

Jenkins Charles, ooFd, lab, r Edgpwood ^^ 

Jenkins Cornelius, coFd, blacksmith, r 65 Humphries 
Jenkitas Eli, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 9 Means 
Jenkins Ephraim, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 580 Ma- 
rietta 
Jenkins George W, shoemkr, 58 Peachtree, r 83 Willow, cor 

North av ^ 

Jenkins James B, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 20 Bash 
Jenkins J^hn F, painter D F Holloway; r 367 Decatur 
Jenkins Joseph, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Jenkins J J, r 83 Willow 

Jenkins Maria, ooFd, cook, r 273 W Mitchell ' 

Jenkins Mar7,ool'd, laundress, r 13 S Collins 
Jenkins Robert H, carpenter, r 33 Plnm* 
JEmCnrS SimSOir T» gen'l agt Alabama Gold Life Ins 

Co, and editor and propr Gwrgia Enterprise; 5 James' 

Bank Blk, r ns Mitchell, nr Loyd. (See adv. p. 79.) 
Jenkins Spencer, ooFd, lab, r 143 Magazine 
Jenkins Stephen, col'd. Waiter, r 44 W Fair 
Jenkins William, col'd, lab, r 316 8 Pryor 
Jenkins William F, druggist, 77 Peachtree 
Jennings Alfred, col'd, farmer, r 11-5 Stonewall 
Jennings Augustus, col'd, drayman, r 65 Haynes 
Jennings Elbert, coFd drayman^ L Watkins, r 192 Markham 
Jennings Hichaid, col'd, porter Langston & Crane, r 339 Jones 
Jennings William (W Jennings A Co, and W G Ashley & Co), 

r 149 Jackson 
Jennings W A Co (W Jennings and W G Ashley), doors, sash 

and blinds, 38 Decatur 
Jentzen John H, saloon, 131 Whitehall, r 203 W Peters 
Jepson James L^ wks Middleton A Bro, bda 271 E Hunter 
Jepson Sarah Mrs, r 271 E Hunter 
Jerrold C W, machinist W Ar A R R 
Jeter William L, with Crane, Boylston & Co, r 67 N Pryor 
Jett A W, saloon, 13 Peachtree, bds Cannon House 
Jett John B, saloon, 212 Marietta, r 26 Rock 
Jett John L, grocer, r Chattahoochee, nr Jones 
Jewett Amia R Miss, teacher Storr's School, bds 104 Houston 
Jewish Congregation, Rev HGersoni, rabbi; synagogue, Forsyth, 

se cor Qarnett 
Johns Edward, fireman Ga R R 

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Johns G W^ r Connally, het Fair and Jones 

Johns Lewis, coFd, drayman, r Fulton, bet Fraser and Martin 

Johns Lindsey, carpenter Cook <& Stewart 

Johns Sanfbrd T, carpenter Longley & Robinson, r county 

Johnson Allen, elk, r 88 Peachtree 

Johnson Allen, col'd, lab, r rear 149 S Forsyth 

J<»hnson Andrew, elk, bds 193 8 Pryor 

Johnson Anna, col'd, laundress, r 24 James 

Johnson Archibald C, elk J S Boyd, r 223 N Calhoun 

Johnson A M Mrs, r 81 Hill 

Johnson Benjamin, ool'd^ carpenter, r 125 N Butler 

Johnson Benjamin, col'd, lab, r Thurmond, sw cor Mangum 

Johnson Benjamin, col'd, porter J J Barnes, r rear 288 W Peters 

Johnson Benjamin F, r 82 Davis 

Johnson Berrjr, cbl'd, wks Atlanta City Brewery, r 187 E Cain 

Johnson Bettie, col'd, cook, r 65 Cia R R 

Johnson B W, elk J Peel, r 88 Peachtree 

Johnson Caroline, col'd, laundress, r 75 Humphries 

Johnson Catharine, col'd, seamstress, bds 118 Collins 

Johnson Chandler A, machinist Atlanta Machine Works, bds 

King, cor Gra R R ' 
Johnson Charles, col'd, lab, r 36 E Hunter 
John8f>n Charles O, elk, r 153 Mangum 
Johnson Daphne, col'd, domestic, r 60 Richmond 
Johnson David, col'd, wks J A Crusselle, r es Peachtree rd, nr 

4th 
Johnson Dennis, grocer, 253 E Fair 
Johnson Edgar, printer, J P Harrison & Co 
Johnson Edward, col'd, porter, r rear 284 W Petei« 
Johnson Edward, col'd, waiter Markham House, rrear 123 De- 
catur 
Johnson Edward W, wks Atlanta Machine Works, r King, cor 

QaRR 
Johnson Eliza, col'd, cook, r 188 Fraser 
Johnson Eliza, col'd, laundress, r rear 127 Wheat 
Johnson Elizabeth, col'd, laundress, r 51 Chattahoochee 
Johnson Elizabeth, col'd, laundress, r 23 Moealey 
Johnson Eugenia, col'd, laundress, r 298 N Calhoun 
Johnson Frances, col'd, laundress, bds 42 Terry 
Johnson Frank, ool'd, painter, r 22So(i^d al 
Johnson George, shoemkr, bds ws Savaonah, nr Ga R B 
Johnson Greorge, col'd, wks A-L Rv^ r 13 G^ibsgd 
Johnson George E, candy mkr Jack & QoUimd 
Johnson Green, col'd, blacksmith J M Smith, r 54 Bitwson 

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Johnson Green, col'd, lab, r rear 107 Walker 

Johnson Hannah, coFd, laundress, r 99 Decatur 

Johnson Harvey , ooFd, reel driver Stmr No 3, r 14 N Broad 

Johnson Henry, wks C R R, r 60 W ife A R R 

Johnson Henry S (Chamberlin,. Boynton & Co), r 211 S Pryor 

Johnson Henry T, butcher, r Wells, cor Glenn 

Johnson Hizon, shoemkr, 196 Decatur, r ws Savannah, nr Ga 

R R, 
Johnson H A, printer, bds 54 Walton 
Johnson Isaiah, col'd, porter National Hotel 
Johnson Jack W, ticket agt Union depot, 1 72 Wheat 
Johnson Jacob, painter, r 9 Cox 
Johnson Jacob V, elk O L Pease, r 122 Gullatt 
Johnson James, col'd, hostler, r 22 Fraser 
Johnson James, col'd, lab, r 78 Fraser f 

Johnson James, butcher P Johnson ^ 

Johnson James, r 253 E Fair , 
Johnson James Jr, with D Johnson, bds 253 £ Fair 
Johnson James, col'd, driver S M Inman, r rear 80 Thompson 
Johnson James, harness mkr, r 230 Luckie / ' , 

Johnson Jeremiah, lab, r 48 Grartrell . 

Johnson Jesse, col'd, wks A-L Ry, r 182 Decatur 
Johnson John, col'd, lab, r 24 Thurmond 
fJohnson John, col'd, drayman, r 85 Hoge 
Johnson John M (Miller <fe Johnson), r 72 Marietta 
Johnson Jordan, col'd, lab, r 18 Railroad 
Johnson Joseph A, machinist Longley <&; Robinson, r 261 

Luckie 
Johnson Joseph N, carpenter W<{rARR, rl81 Haynes 
Johnson Josiah M, mer, r 17 Haynes 
Johnson J C P, storekpr Ga R R, r 162 Crew 
Johnson J Mark, wks A-L Ry, r 24 Bradbury 
Johnson J T, dean Atlanta Med College ; chairman Board of 

Health, and physician, 25 Whitehall, r 221 Whitehall 
Johnson Kate, col'd, laundress, r 153 Thompson 
Johnson Lee, col'd, wks National Hotel, r 83 W Hunter 
Johnson Lilly, ool'd, cook, r es Ira, nr Hood 
Johnson Lizzie, ool'd, seamstress, r 50 Robin 
Johnson Louisa, col'd, laundress, r 71 Markham 
Johnson Lucinda, ool'd, laundress, r rear County Jail 
Johnson Lula, col'd, domestic, r 19 W Hunter 
Johnspn L Mrs, r rear 135 Walker 

Johnson Mack, ool'd, lab, r rear 85 Elliott ' , 

Johnson Maggie, col'd, laundress, r 106 Elliott 

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Johnson Maria, col'd, laundress, r 54 J^elson 
Johnson Martha, col'd, laundress, r 258 N Calhoun 
Johnson Martha J, wid Allen, r 17 E Hunter 
JOHNSON M ARK W, com mer, agrl implements, seeds, fer- 
tilizers and carriages, 32 and 34 W Alabama, r Kirkwood. 
' (See adv. p. 72.) 
Johnson Mary, col'd, laundress, r rear 108 Peachtree 
Johnson Mary Miss, bds ws Savannah, nr Ga B R 
Johnson Mary, wid L A, r 14 Terry , 

Johnson Matthew, col'd, porter P Jones, r 60 Decatur 
, Johnson Mildred, col'd, cook, a 70 E Harris 
Johnson O, elk, bds 261 Luckie 
Johnson Patsy, col'd, laundress, r 116 E Baker 

Johnson Perry, meat market,, 100 McDonough, r 234 McDon- 
ough 

Johnson Preston, col'd, lab, r 1 Scofield al, 

Johnson Priscilla, col'd, laundress, r 236 N Calhoun 

Johnson Rebecca, col'd, laundress, r 47 Jones 

Johnson Richard, col'd, cook, p 22 Fraser 

Johnson Richard J, carpenter, r 413 Whitehall 

Johnson Robert, col'd, porter J HirschbergA Co, r 18 Fraser 

Johnson Robert, col'd, lab, r 108 Rhodes 

Johnson Robert, col'd, lab, r 299 W Mitchell 

Johnson Russell C, elk McBride & Co, r 13 N Pryor 

Johnson Ruth, col'd, seamstress, r 11 S Moore 

Johnson Ruth C Mrs, r 55 Walton 

Johnson Sallie Mrs, r 277 Mangum 

Johnson Samuel, col'd, lab, r 18 Mangum 

Johnson Samuel, col'd, lab, r 61 Chattahoochee 

Johnson Sarah, col'd, laundress, r 50 Robbin 

Johnson Solomon, coPd, wks J A Crusselle, r es Peachtree rd. 

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Johnson Stephen, col'd, waiter Mrs M A Watts 
Johnson Thomas, col'd, carpenter, r ss Foundry, nr Vine 
Johnson Thomas, ool'd, porter J F Morris, r 151 Thompson 
Johnson Thomas A, bds 17 E Hunter 
Johnson Turner, col'd, lab, r 267 Rolling Mill 
Johnson Wade, col'd, wks Ga R R 
Johnson Warren, col'd, wks Kimball House 
Johnson Washington, col'd, carpenter Longley <fe Robinson, r 

224 Foster 
Johnson Wiley, col'd, lab, r es Mangum, nr Rhodes 
Johnson William, fireman W & A R R, r Alabama, se cor Piyor 
Johnson Wi lliam, plasterer, r 13 N Butler 

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Johnson WiUiam A, meat market, 192 Marietta ^ 
Johnson William A (Shropshire & Co), r Fayette Co 
John9on WiUiam M, elk, r 413 Whitehall 
Johnson W, elk, bds SI Hill ^ _. . „ 

Johnson W E, collector Constitution, bds Wilson House 
Johnson W B, wks W & A R R, r 133 W Foondry 
Johnson W W, chief elk Q M Dept, bds 72 Marietta 
Johnson Zaeh T, elk Dunn, Ogletree & Co 
Johnston George A, elk, r 92 Walker 
Johnston Harriet, wid Frank M, r 129 S Loyd 
Johnston James M (Johnston & Martin), r 117 W Fair 
Johnston Malcolm, sec Ga State Agrl Society, office State House, 

r Peeples W £ 
Johnston Mark, elk Stati School Comr, r West End 
Johnston O A, with J LlWinter <fe Co^ ^J'^^^'^jy* ^^ 
Johnston & Martin (J MlJohnston and R W Martin), grocers, 

170 W Peters \ 

Joiner Hansel, butcher J O'Neill, r 77 W Cain 

Joiner Hardy, col'd, lab, r BOFairiie 

Joiner Lizzie, wid Edward, r 238 W Hunter 

JOINER, see also JOYNER 

Jones Adam, col'd, lab, r rear 124 Peachtree 

Jones Alice, coFd, nurse, r 133 McDaniel 

Jones Angeline, col'd, laundress, r es Vine, nr Foundry 

Jones Annie, col'd, laundress, r 191 Mark^am 

Jones Arminius B, manager Hitchcock & Walden, r 61 Cooper 

Jones Augustus, coFd, lab, r ws Terry, nr limits 

Jones A L, lab, r 398 Marietta 
; Jones Batney, Qol'd, lab, r ws Teriy, nr limits 
I Jones Bartee ^, student, bds 62 Walton 

Jones Benjamin, col'd, kb, r 110 Haynes ^ , . 

Jones Benjamin F, molder Atlanta Machine Works 

JONES 8B0S & CO, publishers; J T Porter, manager; T 

and 9 Marietta . ^ 

Jones Calvin D, physician, r 252 W Peters i 

Jones Catharine, ool'd, nurse, r EdgewcKKl 

Jones Charity, col'd, laundress, r rear 16 Spring _^ 

Jones Charl4 carpenter, bds R R, bet Bartow and Spring 

Jones Charles, coW, lab, r 101 Jones 

Jones Charles O Rev, col'd, pastor Pleasant Grove Baptist. 

Church,rll8ECain 
Jones Clara, col'd, laundress, r 7 W Peters 
Jones Clifton, elk, R D Mann, bds 50 N Broad 
Jones C A, wid t^ohn M, r 69 Houston 

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Jones Darwin G (D G Jones & Co, and Jones <fe Whitqey), r. 

Jones D C Dr, 23 Whitehall, bds Markham Houae 

Jones D G & Co (D G Jones, S Hape and H H Witt), millers, 

47 S Forsyth 
Jones Edward "L, pres Georgia Nat Bank, r 27 Hood 
Jones Elizabeth, wid John, r Gordon, cor Ashby. WE 
Jones Ella, coFd, nurse, r 22 Collins 
Jones E A Mrs, boardinj?, 63 S Broad 
Jones E R, cord, waiter National Hotel 
Jones Frank, col'd, barber W D Hutehins 
Jones Frank, col'd, waiter National Hotel 
Jones George, ooFd, wks T Gardner, r rear 377 W Peters 
Jones George I, with Langston <fe Crane, r GriflSn,. Gm 
Jones George M, carpenter Cook & Stewart, r 40 W Simpson 
Jones George P, driver Street R R Co, r 110 Walker 
Jones Granville, col'd, wks L Cohen & Co, r 12 Fuller's row 
Jones G L Dr, with T PuUum k Co 
Jones Henry, carpenter, r Marietta rd, Bell wood 
Jones Henry, col'd, lab, r 101 W Foundry 
Jones Henry, col'd, porter National Hotel, r ws Haynes, bet 

Chapel and Nelson 
Jones Henry H, elk Sharp & McDaniel, r 117 Whitehall 
Jones H, col'd, grocer, 314 Decatur, r Hilliard, nr Foster 
Jones Jackson, col'd, drayman, r 185 N Bntler 
Jones James, drayman, r 260 Elliott 
Jones James, lab, r 192 Rolling Mill 
Jones James M, binder C M Ramspeck, bds 53 S Broad 
Jones Jeremiah M Rev, col'd, pastor Macedonia Baptist Church, 

r es State, nr Wallace 
Jones Jesse, col'd, lab, r rear 166 Fillmore 
Jones John, coPd, &rmer, r 7 Maple 
Jones John, col'd, lab, r Connally, cor Richmond 
Jones John, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 54 Chattahoochee 
Jones John, r 388 Peachtree 
Jones John, Jr (Jones & Co) 
Jon^ John Rev, r 104 McDonough 
Jones John A (Jones & Co), r Polk Co 
Jones John B, coFd, shoemkr, r 150 Decatur 
Jones John C, lawyer, 18 Whitehall, ^ 104 McDonough 
Jones John D, with Bowit <fe Gholstin,*r 200 Jones 
Jones John F, elk Secretary of State, r 963 Whitehall 

JOKES JOHH G, mer tailor, 1 £ Alabiuna, r ss Ellis, e of 1^ 
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«>rir Jones John T, grocer, 65 Martin „ „ 

3 Jones Joseph, wke A-L By, bds 105 Ga RR 
^ Jones Joeejh H, lawyer, 26 Kimball House, bdsT 104 McDon- 

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)g Jones Joseph T, painter, r 162 Gullatt 
^ Jones Joshua, ool'd, porter Kimball House 
Gb Jones Lavinia, col'd, r 22 James , 

*Sf Jones Lawrence, elk P Jones, bds Wheat, nw cor Collins 
' % Jones Leonidas R, elk J C Carter, r 61 E Alabama 

* Jones Letitia, col'd, laundress, r 26 Fairlie 

C Jones Lizzie, col'd, cook, r 128 E Cain 

S J«°es Lucinda, col'd, midwife, r 162 E Hams 
• JONES L C, local agt W & A R R, bds 108 Marietta 

1 Jones L C. wid Paul, r 72 Wheat 

£ Jones L H, clk,r 276 Marietta 

•^ Jones Margaret, colM, cook, r 438 EFair 

"g Jones Martha, coFd, laundress, r 438 E Fair 

e Jones Martha, col'd, laundress, r 41 Mechanic 
-r Jones Mary, wid Stephen, bds 65 Walton 
8 Jones Mary, wid William, r 95 Haynes 

% Jones Matilda, col'd laundress, r 209 Chapel 

O Jones Moses, coVd, driver W S Wilson & Bro, r 180 Pine 

d Jones M A, wid T W, bds 76 McDonongh 

^ Jones M R, col'd, lafc, bds 16 Reed 

"*. Jones Nichol as, coFd , grocer, 75 W Peters, r 63 Form wait 

^ JONES OLIVER H (Jones & Beatie), and livery and sale 

•^ stables, 49 to 57 8 Loyd, r 61 E Hunter 

P) Jones Oscar, coVd, carpenter, r ws Venable, nr Pine 

JONES OTIS, lawyer and real estate agt, 29 Whitehall, r 4» 

Jones Otis, shoemkr W J Malone, bds 43J Whitehall 
Jones Paul, liquors, 27 E Alabama, bds 72 Wheat 
^^ Jones Pompey, coPd, cook G W Ada^ 
S Jones Priscilla, col'd, laundress, r ns Henry, nr Elliott 
S Jones Richard, col'd, drayman Clayton & Webb 
S-Jones Richard, col'd, shoemkr, r 116 Ellis 
T; Jones Robert, blacksmith Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 66 W 

Jones Robe^ 6oVd, porter Atlanta Ice Mnfg Co, r 1 12 Haynes 
„ Jones Robert, lab, r 185 Martin _„. 
S^Jones Russell, col'd, shoemkr, r 127 EHis 
•^Jones R M, trav agt, bds 67 N Pryor 

Jones Samuel H, contractor, r 51 Ivy 

Jones Sarah, col'd, laundress, r rear County Jail ^ 

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Jones Sarah C, wid John, r 179 MarietU 

Jones Savannah, col'd, laundress, r rtar 126 Wheat 

Jones Solomon, col'd, lab, r 116 Stonewall 

Jones Stepjien, col'd, drayman Amos Fox, r 220 Fort 

Jones, Susan , col'd, lau nd ress, r 96 Jones 

Jones 8 E B Mrs, teacher St Philip's Parish School, r 9 Wheat 

Jones S P, bkkpr P Jones, bds 72 Wheat 

Jones Thomas, painter, bds 202 N Collins 

Jones Thomas, Jab, r 64 Chattahoochee 

Jones Thomas B, meat store, 92 Peachtres 

Jones Thomas E, carpenter, r ns Warner av^ bet Jones mdi 

Pettis 
Jones Thomas W, elk S W Day, bds 160 Gulliitt 
Jones T H, storekpr Kimball House 
Jones Walter, elk S M In man ^ Co 
Jones Warner P, with P Jooes, bdf 7i i Wheat 
Jones Wiley, col'd, kb, r 61 Victoria 
Jones William, foreman H Lewis <& Co, r 68 £ ^l^U mt 
Jones William, col'd, lab, r 183 N Oalhouo 
Jones William, coPd, lab, x. m Cain, or OiMimio 
Jones William, col'd, lab, bds 334 HayiST^ 
Jones William A, elk, r 96 Crew 

Jones William H, elk Hunt, Rankin* ^Immt^ kimfti 
Donough ' 1TTC1M 

Jones William H, wks Atlanta RoIUfl^^ill C)b. r W^ 
Jones William L, painter, r 160,G«IJ^ \ r 

Jones William L, poUeemao, c57 Fteer Z. t 

Jones William O, bkkpr O H JooeaTbls JSl ^ Ifi^^t ff 
Jones W, colM, lab, r 16 Beed ^ 14 .'^mT^ 

Jones Zack, col'd, lab; r bds 15 Biefii 

Jones <& Bttitie (O H Jones and D A Beiliel 
R R, bet Bell and Fort \ 

Jones <fe Co (John A and John Jon^ Jr, aoA* J. 
liquors, 20 Marietta 

Jones 4fc Whitoey (D O Jones and Xii^"^ 
Vinegar Works, Jaeksom wr^B^ 

Joplin Milton, ooPd, nmbratla rm, rl 

Jordan Atocandarj Ma N^ilmiftl^tef^ , ... 

Jordan Carrie Mr^ wmM^^^^^"^' ^'^ 

Jordan Charles, ool'd, hk t 7^ mo^^k^^ ' 

Jordan Charles W, r sSLm ^^^^^^^^^ '' 

Jordan James B, ool'd, i»^|^ 

Jordan Mary, wid WiUI||ik i' 

Jordan M J Mn, booidiiig^l 

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Jordan Reaben, wks A-L Ry, r 39 N Forsyth 

JordL Robert, ool'd, butUr krs M J Jordan, 67 Marietta 

Jordan Robert, elk M A I^n . 

Jordan Thoma. W, carpenter, r m Marietta . 

Tnnliin V M col'd. seanwtresB, r 224 W Foundry 
jSaS Wi^~ wiih Jerry Lynch bd. Markham House 
Jordan William, drayman, r 229 Martin ^ 

Jordan WilUam H, r 162 Nelson 

Joseph Zrank, col'd, dyer, r ws '^rry, nr Hunter 

Joe^h Phil, ool'd. painter, r 73 HiUiard 

Jose? Robert, ool'd, lab, r Fert sw cor Cam 

Tntev T B. elk I N Hart, r 124 Marietta rr j .- 

J^iidSw J, carriage mkr Spence & Jarvis, r Hayden, sw 

JovcelRiSZnd, col'd, driver Elsas May & Co, r 106 Ivy 
Joy^er Shard V (Frierson, Ellis & Co, and Joyner & Ellis), 

Joyner^miK. with W H Patterson, and chief engineer Tne 

* JOlS&t MiffilR W Joyner and D P Ellis), auction 
com mere, 33 Marietta 
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Ih. moit MltabU m«n to do the work. For plMWring. etU on 

J. G. THROWER. 
OFFICE MO. 3i KIMBAUL HO USE, WALL ST.. UP-STAIR8. 

ADEL RICHARD, wks Atlanta Cihr Brewery 
Kagcn George W, upholsterer J H Gavan 
Kaglemakw Augustus, dainrman, r 200 Jactoon 
^ler Scipio, col'd, porter G W ^^^^ Bro, r W E 
KJen WalUm, wks Atlanta ^*7^^ 
Kane Bernard J, p^Kser. 164 W Mitohell 
Kane Michael, painter Longley & R<*"»«»n ^ ,^^ 

Kane Michael, Jr. oik Regenstem & Kutz, bds 24 Mechanic 
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Karney Edirard, plafrtei^r^ r| 
Karr George W« armer^ t 
Karr Jolwi carpenter, r m 
Karr John A, baili£r 69 
EABR, see al8» C4^BB. 
Karw iech g enu MPcU eft^ JB[ 1 
XABWISGH HDfSf /grdceljr, 

93Peoatnr. (Seeiotet^ * 
K^tes George W, with A CI 
Kanfman Dt^vid, with MA J 
Kaufman Samoel, with L Ophev 
Keef Jennie, ool'd, la'nndre8|»,X'Hl 
Keel Andrew J, Qoal dealffi 9MI 
Keel William H, elk L B tmt^ 

and Spring ^ . 

Keeling W J, Uker H A Agrioola/bdal 
XEELT JOHHt dry ge^aa, ^iflM» 

and 64 WbitehaU^ bds 109 S Pmir 
Keen George, ool'd, lab, r 300 Z^p|^. , 
Keene Annie £, wid N B, r 31 1| l^fifiH 
Keene Jeremiah B, r rear 1 35 Wallar 
Keese E £, with Crichton, Km^Mif 4 

House 
Keese William S, with A C A B 7 M^ 
Kefifer John, route agt US.KjrM&r 
Keirsej William, carpenter, r30 
Keith Charles J, dk W A A E J , . , 
Keith Euge9# D, eo^d, porter J^mm 
Keith Jaape^jpsKir Yil 

Keith Pat8^S^<^i ^im _ 
Kellam Eldrid)^ P, carrier P 
Kellam John F,clk, bds 31 
Kellam Mary, wid D S, r 31, 
Keller Charles, captain Co G, 
Keller Charles, cord, drayman, red 
Keller David, shipping olkSou Ajcrl 
Keller Joseph B, tinner, r SA W Om> 
Kellett Emma, wid TfriUiam, r 86 Terry 
Kelley B G, bds 25 W Hunter 

Kelley iMriing P,clk Schindler & ^ 

Kelley D R, wks Winship db jftro, bdi 10 
Kelley John, saloon, Wall, cor P^ef , r tl , . 
Kelley Michael, wks Atlanta BollWlfQl Oo^ 
Kelly Barbara, wid Robert, bda M Tetrjr 

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Kelly BeBJamio, watchmkr, 4 Loyd, r Rolling Mill, cor Hairii' 

£ Kelly Catharine Mrs, bds ss Factory, nr Qa R R 
Kelly Frank O, elk H M Soott & Co, r country 
Kdly G R, wk8 Winship & Bro - 

. Kelly James G, deputy City Marshal, r 82 Terry 
\Kelly James P, carpenter Longley & Robinson, r 263 Wash- 
j^v ington 

i Kelly Martha, wid Leander, r si Mills, nr Lovejoy 
Kelly Martha, col'd, laundressj r 275 Richardson 
Kelly Michael, lab, r 365 Decatur 
5^ Kelly Richard, driver Street R R Co, bds 26 Gilmer 
Y Kelly Thomas, tanner, r 99 Walton 

L; Kelly Waddy, col'd, porter Joyner & Ellis, r 275 Richardson 
« Kelsey Fannie, wid John, r 95 E Hunter 
pif Kelsey Richard, coFd, gardener A H Colquitt, r rear 134 
Peachtree 
Keltner Harriet Mrs, seamstress, r 271 Jones 
Keltner Thomas W, elk J D Turner, r 224 Haynes 
Keltner Washington (Keltner & Holley), r 132 Magazine 
o Keltner k HoUey (W Keltner and C W HoUey), shoemkrs, 103 
3 W Mitchell 

q Kemp Greorge B, foreman Eddleman & Brown 
-a- Kendall Edward, ool'd, lab, r 161 Fillmore !I> 

-* Kendall Shadrach, coPd, porter G P Guilford, r 75 Gullatt 
i Kendall Sidney, coPd, cook R G Thompson 
Kendrick Abram, col'd, farmer, r 23 Pettis 
Kendrick Clark, coFd, barber K Watts, bds 5 W Alabama 
Kendrick David P, r 162 W Foundry 

Kendrick Edward S (E S Kendrick & Co), bds 93 Washington 
KENDBICK E S & CO (E S Kendrick and D W Appier), 
whol and ret furniture, 21 Marietta 
S Kendrick James, carpenter, r 145 Ira 
« Kendrick John R (Abbott & Kendrick), r 91 Washington 

S Kendrick Samuel S, r 93 Washington 
Kendrick Sylvanus, bds 145 Ira 

» Kendrick William B, agt University Pub Co, 8 Marietta 
Kennedy Cornelius, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Kennedy George W, carpenter, r 158 Decatur 
Kennedy Henry P (Crichton, Kennedy & Co), r 133 Collins 
Kennedy Hugh, gardener, r 119 Davis 
Kennedy James, machinist, r 119 Davis 
Kennedy James W, dentist, 257 Washington 
Kennedy Jane Mrs, dressmkr, 61 Whitehall 
Kennedy Johanna Miss, with Miss Mary Kennedy 

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Kennedy John G, engineer W <& A R R, f 32 W Fooodry 
Kennedy M artin, elk, r Polliam, bet Fair and Jones 
KENNEDY MAST KlBSt milliner and roillinerv goods, 

57 Whitehall, r 5 PuUiam 
Kennedy Simon, r Pulliam, bet Fair and Jones 
Kennedy Thomas H, bkkpr Nunnally, Hallman &Co,rl54 

Rawson 
Kennedy William A, shoemkr, 356 Decatur 
Kenney Francis M, wks A-L Ry, r Warner av, bet Pettis and 

Jones 
Kenney Ralph, lab, r ss Factory, nr Gra R R 
Kenney T heresa, wid M E, r 59 Haynes 
KENNY P J, saloon and lunch stand, 7 E Alabama, r 31 

Washington. (See index to adv.) 
Kent Doc, col'd, lab, r ns North av, nr Fort 
Kent E D, carpenter, r ss Factory, nr Ga R R 
Kent Thomas, painter, bds 89 Kelly 
Kenyon Jesse P, wks W & A R R, bds 210 Haynes 
Kenyon WilH&n, asst supt car dept W <& A R K, r 210 Haynes 
Kerney Patrick, policeman, r 8 Pulliam 
Kemodle Columbus C, baggage agt Ballard's Transfer, r 162 

Kernolte V, wid William, bds 162 Crew 

Kerr James S, carpenter, r rear 97 Larkin 

Kerr John W, carpenter, r 23 Stonewall 

Kerr John Y, r 23 Stonewall 

Kerr Patrick, col'd, drayman, r 75 I^ratt 

Kerr William, molder E Van Winkle 

Kershaw John, machinist W & A R R, r 97 E Hunter 

Kershaw Miriam C, wid James, bds 79 E Alabama 

Kershaw William, machinist, r 97 E Hunter 

Ketchum Sarah, wid R C, r 416 Whitehall 

Ketner John H, agt Kennesaw Mills, and State Grange agt, 26 
« £J Alabama, r 179 McDonough 

Key Daniel, col'd, hostler C Taylor, r 53 E Mitchell 

Key James L, lab, r ns North av, nr Fort 

Key Jane, coFd, laundress, r 68 Fuller's row 

K'hilo Kodish G'emilas Chesed, Rev HGrersoni, rabbi; Forsyth, 
se cor Gramett 

Kicklighter Charles J, grocer, 104 Whitehall, r W E 

Kicklighter Fred T, elk Moore, Marsh & Co, r 23 Larkin 

Kicklighter Mary A, wid Frederick, r 128 W Fair 

Kicklighter Spencer C, dk Moore, Marsh & Co, r West Peach- 
tree, nw cor Pine 





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Kidd PcHy, col'd, !aiin4re«, r 10 8 Oalhoao 
^Kiddoo ACMts; t^ber Ha/ne« 8t School, r 147 W Hunter 
PbKigler George, batcher, r county 

K:ill>y Peyton P (Bell & Kilbyl r 138 W Baker 

Kill^ William J, tailor, r 199 E Hanttnr 

Kile Cynthia L, wid John, r 82 N Calhoun 

Kilby Napoleon B, bds Peters, cor Barracks av 
^ Kile Thomas, r 113 Walton 
'^ Kile Thrasher, painter, bds Peters, cof Barracks av 
M Kile William, coroner Fulton Co, r Peters, cor Barracks av 

Kile W C, saloon, 45 S Broad, bds Peters, cor Barracks av 

KILE, see also KYLE 

Kiley John, miller City Flouring Mills, r 247 E Fair 
^ Killian Charles H, elk Ga R R, bds 227 8 Pryor 
^ Kimball Charles, baker Jack <fe Holland, r 196 W Peters 

Kimball Hannibal I, r Kimball, nwcor Peachtree 

•pryintATX HOUSEi G McGinly & Co, proprs; ws Pryor, 
bet Decatur and Wall 

Kimball John C, yardmaster Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r rear 

Rolling Mill 
Kimball Joseph W, news stand, Post Office, r Marietta, rear 

Rolling Mill * m 

^ Kimbro Benjamin F, carpenter A-L Ry W 

^ Kimbro Emma, wid William, r ns Mayson's Ferry rd, Bell-wood 
• Kimbro John W, bds 22 Collins 

Kimbro Miranda, wid J W, r 22 Collins 

XIMBBO B P S, whol and ret clothing and gents' furnishing, 

56 Whitehall, r 9 Houston. (See adv. p, 71.) 
Kincannon Samuel P, elk Hitchins & Bros, r 26 Spring 
Kindley Jb rederick, wks AtlanU City Brewery, r 208 jT Collins 
King Alexander C (Fry & King), r 127 Ivy 
King Armistead, coFd, lab, r rear 100 North av 
King Beniah S, farmer, r 27 Chapel 
King Daniel, col'd, carpenter, r es Jackson, nr E Harris » 
King Daniel, col'd, drayman, r 54 Walker 
King Emanuel, col'd, shoemkr, 251 W Peters 
King E P, with C Pratt, r 127 Ivy 
King Fannie Miss, r rear 141 Walker 
King Ferdinand, physician, 26 Whitehall, r 61 W Mitchell 
King Henry, coM, painter, r ss Baker, nr Butler 
King Hilliard, col'd, porter Clayton & Webb, r 74 Hilliard 
King Horace, bridge builder, r 97 Marietta 
King Jane, col'd, laundress, r 27 Crumley 
King John, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 

INK ALL LINEN Shi^s mnde to oHer »t $48 perdow* Mid up- 
wards, at WILSOK k CREEKMUR'S. 25 Whitehall. 




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King John, coFd, drayman, r rear 82 N Calhoun 

King John P, pre» A <fe W Pt R R, r Augusta, Ga 

King Joshua, dk, Ms 61 W Mitchell 

King J G, pres Atlanta Board of Underwriters, and gen'l ina 

agt, 61 S Broad, r 127 Ivy 
King J O, elk G F Piatt, bds 61 W Mitchell 
King Lettie, col'd, cook, r 16 Wells 
King Rebecca Miss, milliner, bds 27 Chapel 
King Robert, colM, wks W A A R R, r 147 Davis 
King Rufus, col'd, lab, r, 23 Crumley 
King Thomas, col'd, lab, r rear 157 W Peters 
King Thomas 8, postal elk U S Ry M 8, r 13 Richardson 
King William, ooVd, lab, r es State, nr Wallace 
King William, col'd, driver J Ryan, r rear 180 Whitehall 
King William, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
King William, coPd, lab, r rear 214 W Foundry 
King William A, elk E G Little, r 7 Bailey 
King Willis A, policemap, bds 27 Chapel 
Kingsbery Charles 8, elk, r 98 Ellis 
Kingsbery Edwin, with Moore, Marsh &. Co 
Kingsbery Joseph (Moore, Marsh & Co) 
Kinnebrew Cyrus, coFd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Kinnebrew David, ool'd, lab, r rear 46 Alexander 
Kinnebrew Eliza, ool'd, laundress, r 44 Gray 
Kinnebrew Newton, col'd, wks Atknta Rolling Mill Co' 
Kinyon Anderson, col'd, lab, r ss Forrest, bet Collins and Cal- 
houn 
Kinyon J P, carpenter W & A R R 

Kinyon WilliamJ asst snpt car dept W & A R R, r 210 Haines 
Kinsie John, lieut 2d Inf, r McPkeraon Barracks 
Kirbo Martha Mrs, seanistress, r 212 Elliott 
Kirby Frank, lawyer, r 35 N Pryor 
Kirby Henry, coFd, farmer, r 59 Foster . 
Kirby James, cord, lab, r rear 35 Fort 
Kirby 8amuel, ool'd, lab, r rear 89 Larkin 
Kircher Ferdinand, shoemkr 8 Long, bds 10 N Forsyth 
Kirk Mack, r 216 Whitehall 
Kirkland Isaac, coFd, lab, r 114 Magazine 
Kirkpatrick John C (T M Clarke & Co), r 64 W Baker 
Kirksoey E J, agt Piedmont & Arlington Life Ins Co, 61 

Whitehall, r Columbus, Ga 
Kirksey George W, engineer Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 18 

Emma 
Kiser Andrew J, grocer, 7 9 Whitehall, bds 160 S Pryor . 

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Kiser John B, elk, bds 378 8 Pryor 

Kiaer John F (M C & J F Kiser & Co), bd» Kimball House 
^Kiser Marion C (M C & J F Kiaer & Co), r 61 Wheat 
^Kiser M C <fe J F «fe Co (Marioti C and J F Ki«er, and W S 

Everett), dry goods, Pryor, ne oor Wall 
Kiser Meriwether P, r 378 8 Pryor 
Kitchen Abraham, ool'd. Jab, r R R, cor Collins 
Klaitz William, elk Beeranan & Kuhrt, r 19 Formwalt 
Klasset Andrew, shoemkr, 6 E Alabama, r 100 Nelson 
Klasset Charles, upholsterer Chamberlin, Boynton <fe Co, r 153 

W Fair 
Klasset JohnT, foreman bindery J P Harrison A C, r 100 Nelson 
qI Klasset William, wks Heinz <fe Berkele, bds 100 Nelson 
2 Kleinert George J (Jones <fe Co), r Brotherton, w of Whitehall 
. Kline Nicholas W, molder, r West End park 

2 Klotz John P, brewer, r West End park 
^ Knapp Peter, barber D 8traus8 

)i Knapp Reginald H, bkkpr W MoNaught & Co, r Washington/ 
o nr limits 

'3 Kneeland Thomas, 5 I)ecatur 

Knight E A,.clk J A Taylor, bds 290 Peachtree 
; Knight Harry, col'd, wks A-L Ry 

Knight James, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
^ Knight John, collector Atlanta Gas Co, bds 163 Walton 
ff Knight Joseph N, blackamtth, bds 214 Decatur 
•0^' Knight Rachel, col'd, Jaandress, r R R, cor Collins 
^ Kniglit Thomas, bailiff, bds 26 Gilmer 

Knights of Pythias Hall, 66 Peachtree / 

Knipe Dulcina Mrs, r ws McAfee, nr Hunnicutt 
^ Knolly John, cdi'd, Wlaeksmith, r West End 
S Knott Carl, r 180 Marietta 

3 Knott James J, physioiaB, 3 W Wall, r'24 Ellis 
2 Knott James M, r ns Fair, nr Fort 

g Knott Joseph, col'd, lab, r Lee, W K 
i Knott W L, bds 8 8 Broad 
S KNOTT, see also NOTT 

Knawlden George, elk E I Clapp, bds 15 W Mitchell 
Knowles George W, shoemkr W J Malone, bds 26 Castleberry 
Knox Julia, col'd, laundres?, rce Hilliard, nr Hariris 
^ Knox Peter J, elk C R R, r 71 W Mitchell 
S Knox Sophia, col'd, laundress, r 135 Markhom 
5*5 Knox Walter, colM, iarmer, r ss W^ells, bet Holland and Hum- 
fM phries 

p4 Koch Frederick (Koch & Bro), r Harris, nr limits 




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Koch William (Koch & Bro), r Harris, nr limits 

KOCH ft BBO (F and W Koch), butchers, 34 Marietta 

Kontz Anton L, conductor P P Oar Go, bds 76 Marietta 

Xonts Christian, r 76 Marietta 

Kontz Lena, wid Henry, bds 161 W Mitchell 

Kontz Wilbem B, oik' bds 76 Marietta 

Kratzmer Joseph, harnessmkr J R Maxwell, r 79 Bradley 

Kreis A W, meat market, r W Humphries, nr limits I 

Kreis Jacob, propr Gate City Dyeing and Cleaning House, 9 E 

Mitchell, r 84 Humphries 
Kreis Jacob, meat market, 107 Whitehall, r 494 Whitehall 
Kre is Julius, butcher, 214 Decatur, r 212 Decatur 
KBEIS MICHAEL, meat market, 135 Whitehall, r Hum- 
phries, nr limits ^ ^ 
Kreisle Alexander, dry goods, etc, 53 Whitehall, bds l^tional 

Hotel i 

Kretchmer Joseph, harness mkr, bds 79 Bradley 
Krog Frederick, machinist, r 342 Decatur 
Krouse Harry (Krous e <fe S hackelfoiyl), r 58 E Harris 
EBOnSE ft SHACEELFOBB <H Krouse and H P Shack- 
elford), auction and com mers, 32 Peachtree 
Kuhn Anthony J, supt Atlanta City Brewery, r 80 E Harris 
Kuhns A F, elk L S Morris, r Luckie, nr Baker 
Kuhns Julius H (W Kuhns & Son), bds 185 Luckio 
Kuhns William ( W Kuhns & Son), r 185 Luckie 
EUHHS W ft SON (W and J H Kuhns), photographers, 

37 Whitehall. (See adv. front fly A.) 
Kuhns W T, with W Kuhns <fe Son, bds 185 Luckie • 
Kuhrt Henry G (Beerman & Kuhrt), r 209 Whitehall 
Kutz Grabriel S (Regensiein & Kutz), r New York 
Kutz Max, elk Regenstein & Kutz 
Kutzs chan Rudolph, mason, r 54 E Harris 
KTUB ROBEBT, supt Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 492 Ma- 
riet^a * 

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OOK AT THE PL ASTERING IN G. B. ADAIR'S HOUSE, and then 

np JAXES 0. TBBOWSB. who didt^M wnk, and 

CT HIM DO YOURS. HE QUARAVTEC8 Alt HE DOES. 

LACKEY GEORGE W (Hilton & Lackey), r 288 Marietta ^ 
Lacy C W, elk, r 106 Whitehall ■' ^- 

Ladd AloDzo C, lime and fertilisers, 9 S Broad, r 311 Whitehall j| 




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Lftdd Daniel B, r 92 Wheat '^■y¥,^^r^^^^^-yn^-h'^^'^f^M^''. 

La Fayette Block, as Mitchell, nr Broad /^tflSS* ^ ¥ 
Lafontaine E L, wks W & A R R iv 

Lafontaine John A, machinist W & A R R, r Spencer, ae cor 

Lowe 
Lagget Margaret, coFd, drcssmkr, r 3 Mechanic 
LAOOMABSINO JOHN, confectionery and fruit, 4 White- 
hall, and whol candy mnfr, 8 Whitehall, r 90 8 Pryor. 
(See adv. p. 69.) • ^\ 

La Hatt Julius H, meat market, 127 W Mitchell, r W E 
Laird John, elk W Laird, bd«,203 Rawson 
Laird William, grocer, 197 Whitehall, r 203 Rawson 
Lamar C A, bkkpr J C Whitner 
Lamar George, col'd, c6ok, r 66 W Peters 
Camar Henry J (Hunt, Rankin & Lamar), r Macon, Ga 
' Lamar James, col'd, lab, r es Mitchell, nr Haynes 
Lamar James, col'd, wheelwright, r rear 197 W Peters 
' Lamar John, col'd, lab, r Bangh, nr Peeples, W E 
Lamar J L, col'd, waiter, r 71 E Fair 
Lamar Mary J Mrs, r 11 S Broad 
Lamar Wesley, col'd, butcher, r rear 59 Walker 
LAHBEBT ALFHONSE, propr Central Nursery, Fair, se 

cor Wood, r Wood, s of Fair 
Lambert Jamea F, bds Chapel, cor Humphries 
Lambert Joseph, gardener, r 168 W Simpson 
Lambert William, shoemkr, r Chapel, cor Humphries 
Lambert William F,>baker, bds Chapel, cor Humphries 
Lamont John, carpenter, r 49 Powers 
Lampkin James, col'd, hackman, r 24 Formwalt 
Lampkin William L (Pendletons & Lampkin), r Dalt«n, Ga 
Lana Candis, wid Josiah, r 58 Martin 
Land M J, wid W H, r rear 133 W Foundry 
LAin) WHUAH J, analytical chemist, and chemist Dept 
Agriculture, 1 Line, cor Peaehtree, r 63 E Cain. (See adv. 
p. 71.) 
Land W H, pedler, r 562 Marietta 
Landauer S, with Sou Agrl Works, bds 16 E Cain 
Landers Letitia, wid Thornberry, r 101 Marietta 
Landers Louisa, wid Barney, r W Humphries 
Landis Solomon, pattern pakr, 11 Spring, r county 
Landis William, molder Atlanta Foundry 
Landrum John N, elk, r 41 Church 

Landrum Simeon H (Landrum <fe Bostwick), r 67 W Harris 
Landrum Sylvanus P, elk Hi tchins <fe Bros, r 88 Peaehtree 

ARTLY FINISHED Shirts, open bwk, 4-ply Bosomi Md Co«fo, 
mSe to meMurTfotVlS per do2en by WILSON & CREEKMUR. 



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LAHDBIJM & BOSTWICK (S H Landrum and T E Bost- 
wick), grocers, 80 Peaehtree 
Lane Fannie, col'd, laundress, r rear 82 N* Calhoun 
Lane Harry C, dk, bds 86 E Cain 
Lane Jackson, colM, carpenter, r 165 Fort 
Lane Jesse C. mer, r 28 Young 
Lane John, elk, r 86 E Cain 

Lane Walter L, bkkpr W H Hancock, r 31 Formwalt 
Laney J L, opr W U Tel Co, bds Cannon House 
Langgesscr Emil, bkkpr Atlanta City Brewery Co, r 184 S Pryor 
Langley John B, constable, 18 Whitehall, r 136 Crew 
Langston David B, with Langston & Crane 
Langston Elijah W, carpenter, r 29 Merritt's av 
Langston James, dep U 8 Marshal, bds 26 Gilmer 
Langston J N, r 341 Peachtfee 

Langston Thomas L (Langston & Crane), r 4 Wheat >^ 

Langston William J, engineer Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 422 

Marietta ' , 

LAN OSTON & CBAHE (T L Langston and B E Crane and. 

Geo W Williams, special), vhol grocers and com mers, 46 

and 48 E Alabama 

Lanier James B, wks A & W Pt R R, r 284 E Fair 

Lanier Lewis R, machinist A-Ii Ry, r 414 E Fair 

Lanier L R, collector, r 119 Eraser 

Lanier Randall, cord, baker H Karwisch, r 163 Houston 

Lanneau JuliaL Miss, teacher Crew St School,,r 90 McDonough 

Lansdell J T, trav agt, r 155 Fillmore 
Lansdell William A, with Daniel & Marsh 

Lansdell , wks Longley & Robinson 

Larabee Charles F, elk Longley <fe Robinson, bds 104 Crew 

Larabee Frank K. with Longley & Robinson, r 102 Washington 

Laramore Mary E, wid James, r 231 W Peters 

Lard Mary A, wid Thomas, r 185 Fillmore 

Lard R W, carpenter, r 341 Maneum 

Larendon Walter S, conductor A-L Ry, bds 170 E Hunter 

Larkins Thomas, enwneer Ga R R, Ms 126 Decatur 

LaRoque Paul, elk, bds 62 Gilmer 

LaSalle John B, contractor, r ws McDaniel, cor W Peters 

Lasseter Andrew J, elk I Bird, r Lee, W E , 

La^seter B Mrs, bds Anderson, nr Grant 

Lasseter Lula Miss, bds Anderson, nr Grant . 

Lasseter William, col'd, lab, r ConnaJly, bet Richmond antf 

Richardson 
Laster Clifford, ooFd , waiter Alhambra, r 38 B R 

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Laster Harriet, col'd, seamstress, r 98 Lackie 

Laster Shadrach, ool'd, lab, r 11 N Bell 

Latham Adam, col'd, sboemkr, 193 Marietta, r 38 Hayden 

Latham James^wood jrard, r 224 W Fair 

Latham 8 A 8, wid A B, b^ 389 Whitehall 

Latimer Alfred, coPd, candj roller F E Block, r 19 Eraser 

Latimer Charles^ r 103 Washington 

Latimer Henry, coPd, hostler Sou Ex Co, r rear 75 E Hunter 

Latimer H A, wks J C Peck & Co, r 52 6a R R, cor Butler 

Latimer Lewis, ool'd, lab, r ns E Harris, nr limits 

Latimer Nelson, col'd, lab, r ns E Harris nr limits, 

Latimer Nelson, col'd, painter, r 67 Richmond 

Lavender Hilljer, col'd, lab, r ss W Peters, nr Humphries 

Law Frederick B, with Brock Bros, bds 67 N Pryor - 

Law B Sidney, elk, r 26 Marietta 

Law J H, agt, china, glass and queensware, 26 Marietta, r 13 

Marietta 
Lawhorn Robert E, elk J H Ketner, r 26 E Alabama 
Lawless Frank, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 

1 Lawless Louisa Miss, r 134 N Butler * 

Lawrence John D T, elk Hunt, Rankin & Lamar, bds 87 N 
Calhoun 

Lawrence Proctor B (Glover & Lawrence), r 87 N Calhoun 

Lawrence Samuel, r 87 N Calhoun 

Lawrence Thomas, cook R G Thompson, r county 

LAWSHE EB (W FPeck & Co), and jeweler and optician. 
47 Whitehall, r 150 Peachtree 

Lawshe James, fireman, r Green's Ferry av 

Lawshe John Z, bkkpr, bds 150 Peachtree 

Lawshe William A, baker H Lewis & Co, bds 149 Whitehall 

Lawshe William C, r 237 Houston 

lawshe William P, student P L Mynatt,bds 150 Peachtree 

Lawson John, col'd, barber, r 96 Houston I 

Lawson Joseph T, with G W Boroughs & Co, r 125 Walker 

Lawson J B, &rmer, r Peachtree rd, bey limits J 

Lawton James L, 27 8 Broad, bds 63 Forrest 

Lawton James S Dr, asst editor Christian Index, bds Markham 
House 

Lawton Winborn, dk, bds 67 N Pryor 

Lay Joseph, col'd, lab, r 8 Green's Ferry av 

Lazaron William, dk J Hirshberg & Co 

Lazarus Edward W, grocer, 12 Whitehall 

Leak James T, pressman Constitution, r 41 Magazine 

Leak John, col'd, lab, r 275 Jones 

OPEN FRONT or Bax^k, p^rtlj finished Shim, PlAited Bosoms, 
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Leak Selitha, wid William, bils 204 E Hunter 

Leak Thomas, printer V P Sisson <fe Co, bds 204 E Hunter 

Leak William J, feeder Constitution, r 52 Davis 

Leake Harrison F, elk, r69 W Mitchell 

Leake W-C, route agt U S Ry M S 

Leamont John, carpenter Longley & Robinson 

Ledbetter Emma Miss, seamstress, r rear 153 Thompson 

Ledbetter William A, elk J L Watkins 

Lee Alfred, col'd, wks Sou Agrl Works, r 66 Larkin 

Lee Allen, col'd, lab, r 26 al, bet Eraser and Martin 

Lee Alonzo F, carpenter, r W & A R R, nr W Simpson 

Lee Andrew, col'd, carpenter, r 165 E Baker 

Lee Ann, col'd, laundress, r 278 Foster 

Lee Anna, col'd, laundress, r 17 Ella 

Lee Barney D, constable, r 104 Crew 

Lee Cynthia, col'd, laundress^ r 26 Fairlie 

Lee David J, carpenter Cook & Stewart, r 43 Rock 

Lee Dennis, col'd, carpenter, r ws Markham, nr Haynes 

Lee Elizabeth B, wid J F, r 43 Rock 

Lee Ella/ col'd, laundress, r 26 Fairlie 

Lee F B, bkkpr, r 79 Harris 

Lee George, fruit stand, 35 W Mitchell 

Lee George, col'd, lab, r 6 Mangum 

Lee George W, col'd, grocer, 50 Richmond, r 207 Martin 

Lee Henry B, j^hysician, 14 Whitehall, and city physician, 

ward 2, bds 20 E Mitchell 
Lee Jesse M (Simons & Lee), r 90 Thompson 
Lee John F, blacksgiith W & A R R, r 94 McDonough 
Lee John W, carpenter Cook & Stewart, r 75 Rock 
Lee Leah, col'd, cook, r 326 N Calhoun . 
Lee Lucius, col'd, driver O H Jones, r rear 169 Jones 
Lee Lucius B (Webster & Lee), r 267 Jones 
Lee L A, student, bds 143 N Calhoun 
Lee Mary, ool'd, laundress, r 48 N Broad 
Lee M, wid of Mark, r 154 N Collins 
Lee Sanders W, r 152 Whitehall 
Lee Seaborn, col'd, plasterer, r ns Currier, nr Jackson 
Lee 8 A, wid W W; r 27 Cone 
Lee Thomas, col'd, slater, r 30 Foster 
Lee Washington, ool'd, cook, r 280 Fwt 
Lee William, col'd, lab, bds 281 Eraser 
Lee W W, carpenter, r ws Vine, nr Magazine 
Leftwich James T Rev, pastor Central Presbyterian Church, 37, 

S Broad, bds Eimbill House 

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Lemke Charles, harncasmkr D MorgnD, r 161 W Foandry 
LemoiM A H, ool'dy wks A Thompion, bds Bicbardson, pr 

Martin 
LemoDS BurtoD, col'd, ptriker Atlanta Boiling Mill Co, r 20 

Fraser 
Lemons John T, r 47 W Foundry 
Lemons Matthew It, painter Spence & Jarvis, r 21 Bell 
Lenfestcy A S, broom mnfr, 27 Luckie . 
Leng Wo©, wks Q Chang, r 78 Decatur 
Lentz J H, watchmkr J C Gerbie, bds 184 Collins 
Leonard Cornelius, col'd, carpenter, r rear 62 Forrest 
Leonard Elbert, ool'd, farmer, r Humphries rd, bey limits 
Leonard Greorge, ooFd, drayman Moore, Marsh & Co, r 17 Larkin 
Leonard George W> agt Singer Mnfg Co, 40 S Broad, r 19 W 

Baker 
Ijeonard Henry C, teller J H James, r 46 Houston 
Leonard James, col'd, lab, r 91 Haynes 
Leonard Patrick, elk Begenstein & Kutz, bds 81 E Alabama 
Leonard Bobert, col'd, cook, r 282 Decatur 
Leonard Bobert, col'd, lab, r 13 Green's Ferry av^ . 
Lep^ E G Mrs, r 99 Martin 
Lester Charles B, coFd, porter, r 164 W Fair 
Lester Charles B Jr, coFd, lab, bds 164 W Fair 
Lester Frank, wks W & A B B, r 132 Thompson 
Lester Humphrey, col'd, lab, r Hightower, nr Holland 
Lester Isaac N, grocer, 165 W Mitchell, bds 60 Walker 
Lester J Frank, dk Phillips & Crew, bds 79 Spring 
Lester James S, with T G Eisewald, r 48 ^artow 
Lester Sarah A, wid W H, r 79 Spring 
Lester Shadrach, col'd, wks A-L By, r 11 N Bell 
Lester Sylvester, printer, r 9 Stonewall 
Lester Thomas A, stamp elk P O, bds 79 Spring 
Lester William H, fireman W <fe A B B, bds 79 Spring 
Letchworth Elias H, carpenter, r 10 Ezzard 
Xevan L H, elk, bds 68 S Pryor 
Leverett Mary, col'd, laundress, r rear 109 Decatur 
Levin Amy, col'd, cook, r rear 26 Cooper 
Levison (reorge B, prof bkkpg Moore's Sou Business University, 

r 38 Ivy 
Lewin Adolph M (A M Lewin & Co), r 129 N Collins 
LEWIN A M & CO (A M Lewin and_- ), groceries, 

liquors etc, 49 Peachtree 
Lewis Alexander, col'd, lab, r 65 Howell 
Lewis Amy, r 119 Marietta 

FQl IMUm 9<*^ MosUb and LioMi, Aiitld or aqoare Botom. ofM front 
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Lewis Anna, col'd, laundress, r 127 Markham 

Lewis Caroline, col'd, laundress, r 22 Bradbury 

Lewis Catharine Mrs, r 35 Emma 

Lewis Curtis, bds 158 Peachtree 

Lewis George, col'd, lab, r 18 Mangum 

Lewis Harriet, col'd, laundress, r 173 Fort 

Lewis Henry, col'd, drayman, r 89 Haynes 

Lewis Henry (H Lewis <fe Co), and mjUer, Hunter, sw cor 

Thompson, r 310 Whitehall 
Lewis H <fe Co (H and T S Lewis), bakers, 67 E Alabama 
Lewis Isham, col'd, lab, r 81 Hoge 

Lewis James A, foreman Sou Agrl Works, r 383 Marietta 
Lewis James L, col'd, porter, bds rear 107 Harietta 
Lewis John, col'd, barber, r 19 Fester 
Lewis John, master mechanic Atlanta Boiling Mill Co, r ns 

Hunnicutt, nr Plum , 

Lewis Levi, col'd, farmer, r 8 Scofield al 
Lewis Maria, col'd, laundress, r 161 Houston 
Lewis Martha, wid John, r 69 W Foundry 
Lewis Mary, col'd, cook, r es Ira, nr Hood 
Lewis Nicholas, r 167 Harietta 
Lewis Oliver, col'd, barber, 80 W Peters 
Lewis Pickens B, carpenter W & A 11 B, r 28 Tattnall 
Lewis Samuel, col'd, lab, r Lee, W E 
Lewis Solomon, col'd, lab, r Edgewood 
Lewis Thomas S (H Lewis & Co), r 31 Nelson 
Lewis Warner, col'd, wks W <fe A B B, r 222 Mangum 
Lewis William, col'd, barber, r 22 Bradbury 
Lewis William, col'd, farmer, r 6 Scofield al 
Lewis William, col'd, lab, r Bawson, bet Ik^in and Fraser 
Lewis William, ool'd, lab, r 50 W Fair 
Lewis Willis, col'd, lab, r 46 W & A B B 
LEWIS, see also LOUIS 
Leyden Austin, cotton warehouse, Bartow, cor W & A B B r 

124 Peachtree * ' 

Lewis John, col'd, lab, r ws State, nr 4th ' 

Lichtenstadt Melvin L, elk A & W Pt B B, r 55 E Harris 
LIEBERMAir LEOIT, trunk mnfr, 92 Whitehall, r 149 

Mangum 

Liebman L, cigars whol, Pryor, cqr Alabama, r 21 Collins 
Life Association of America (Georgia Dept), J H Morgan, sec 

and manager; 35 Marietta 
Light Bailey B, brickmaaon, r 198 W Hunter 
Ligon Woodson L, with Camp <fe Camp, bds 62 Houston 








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Linan Hugh, elk, r 11 W Mitchell 

Linch Hezekiah (H Linch & Cd), r 108 I>eoBtar 

Linch H & Co (H Linch and H A Whittle), junk dealers, 130 

_ Marietta 

m LINCH, see also LYNCH 

Zjt Lindley Moses, col'd, porter A C & B F Wyly, r 5 Ivy 

'ki Lindsay Doc, ool'd, waiter R G Thompson . 

< Lind«y Rufos, oolM, wks Kimball House 

"^ LIHK JAMES A, dentist, room 2, 63 Whitehall, r 43 

fg Cx)oper. (See adv. p. 74.) 

g L'insiey Bettie, col'd, domestic, r 8 Gate City 

li Lipes Moses, contractor, bds 14 N Calhoun 
. Lipes Thomas, elk, bds 80 McDonough 

a Lipford C E, wid George, r 65 Magazine 

£ Lipskin Sylvia, ool'd, laundress, bds 19 W Hunter 

^ Little C O, conductor, r Alabama, ne cor Pryor 

"g LitUe Edgar G, erocer, 43 Chapel, rill Green's Ferry av 

D Little Enoch, cofd, drayman, r 116 Ellis 
-r LitUe Francis L, r 55 S Forsyth 
8 LITTLE OEOBOE DB, State Geologist, r 64 Cooper 

*& Little James, physician, r 64 Cooper _ 

O Little James E, dk Jack & Holland, bds 87J Whitehall 

pi Little J M, wks Concrete Pipe Works, r ?5 Reed 

1^ Little Thomas, r 161 Marietta 

Little William, coPd, lab, r 93 Rock 

0A Littlejohn William, col'd, coachman A Austell ♦ 

. Lively Jane, col'd, laundress, r 138 Elliott 

P^ Lively John W, mail elk Constitution 

^ Lively Joseph B, printer Constitution 

§ Lively Waiiam Rev, r 59 Hood ^ ^ ,. a 

^ Lively William E (W E Lively & Co), r Crew, bet Fulton and 

S Richardson 

pS Lively W E & Co (W E Lively and J J & S P Richards), gro- 

^ oers, 19 SMcDonongh 

S Livingston William S, stock dealer, bds 117 S Pryor 
S Lloyd James M, r 16 Spring ^ , 

^ Lloyd Theodore A, elk A A Campbell, bds 39 Peachtree 
CO LLOYD, see also LOYD _ ^ 

Lochrane Osborne A, lawyer, 2 S Pryor, r 268 Peachtree 
^ Lochrftne's HaU, Pryor, se cor Decatur^ . e ^ tt x 
S Lochrey Jamee, propr Atlanta Steam Dye Works, 45 E Hunter 
^^Lockhart Arabella, wid R H, r 8 Wheat 
Lockhart A, wks W & A R R, 151 Elliott 
Lockhart Robert H, dk, bds 50 N Broad 

lAllLftfiH A. CICCKMUI make Fuiej LUtn, Peroia«, Zepliyr Mid Crettn 
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Lockhart R H Mrs, boardinjr, 50 N Broad 
Lodtman Charles, tailor, r 220 W Peters . 
Loflis James, saloon, ss Marietta nr Mayson's Ferry rd 
Lofton Robert, col'd, drayman, r 25 Rock 
Lofton William H, asst elk U S Court, r 123 Houston 
Lofty Archibald, col'd, wks J C Bowen 
Lofty Mary, ool'd, cook, r 115 Stonewall 
Logan Anderson, with T M Clarke & Co, bds 51 Houston 
Logan Frank, ool'd, fiirmer, r es Ira, nr Glenn 
Logan Frank R (Cook & Logan), r 51 Houston 
Logan George W, elk Chamberlin, Boynton <fe Co, bds 160 8 
Pryor 

Logan Hattie, colM, laundress, r 225 Jones 

Logan James, elk, bds 8 S Broad 

L<^n James J, watchman C R R, r 78 Tattnall 

Logan James L, wild land agt, 68 E Alabama, r 51 Houston 

Logan James L, Jr, bkkpr T M Clarke & Co, bds 51 Houston 

Logan John H, prof Atlanta Med College, r 381 S Pryor 

Logan Joseph P, physician, 20 Line, bds Kimball House 

Logan Louisa, col'd, laundress, r 22 Collins 

Logan Motte C, dk A C & B F Wyly, bds 160 S Pryor 

Logan Samuel, coPd, lab, r rear 122 Houston 

Logan Samuel, coPd, waiter Markham House, r 50 Hilliard 

Logue George M, driver Street R R Co, r 33 Ivy- 

Loiseaun M, watchman Markham House 

Long Gus, elk, r Alabama, ne cor Pryor 

Long John A, machinist, r 84 Gilmer 

Long John P, lab, r 595 Marietta 

Long J 8, carpenter, r 290 Deoitur 

Long Mitfy B, wid H W, r ss Nortli av, nr Williams 

Long Mitchell F, ooFd, &niier, r 24 Mangnm 

Long Nancy, wid L, r 158 Marietta ^^ ..^ ' 

Long Peter, od'd, lab, r 101 Jones '^ '- ^ ' 

Long Samuel, shoemkr, 16 Marietta, r 48 8 Broad 

Long Timothy, coFd, driver Fuller A Smith 

Long William A, dk, bds 168 8 Pfyor 

Long W J, dairyman, r Edgewood 

^°^ir "^ ^"' ^ch«f Summer Hill School, r Marietta, nr 

Longee David^ lab, r 123 McDaniel 

Longley Benjamin F (Longley <fe Robinson), r 40 N BotlCT 

LOW OLET ft BOBlHflDir (B F Lobj^ and Isaae fiobin^ 

son), lumber mnfi* and dealers, and contractors aid baiM- 

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LOR 228 LOW 

Lord C E, elk Med Dept, Hdqre Dept South, r 6 Spring 
Lother Elizabeth, wid John, r 37 N Calhoun 
Lother Margaret, wid^William, r 247 E Fair 
Lother W P,wk9W<fe A RR,r 37 N Calhoun 

Louder Henry, col'd, blacksmith, r Baugh, se c»r Peeples, W U. 
Loughmiller William C, upholsterer, r 118 W Peters 
Louis Fannie, wid Simon, r 270 Whitehall . 
LOUIS, see also LEWIS ^ , ^ 

Love Bunnie Miss, teacher Walker St School, r 136 Walker 
Love David G, wks Longley & Robinson 
Love Doc, cord, drayman, r ns Tattnall, nr Markham 
Love Harrison, cord, lab, r 62 Rawson 
Love Jordan, col'd, brick mason, r 125 N Collins 
Love Mattie, coFd, laundress, r 27 Crumley 
Love Sargent R, r 117 Chapel . , t>,j oxuw, 

LOVE WM AUTtAM, physician, 6 Centennial Bldg, 3 White- 
hall, r 135 Walker (on W E St car line.) 
Love Willitm A, Jr, elk, bds 135 Walker 
Lovejoy Edward B, liquors, 56 Peachtree, bds 35 N Pryor 
Lovejoy John, carriage mkr, r 213 W Harris 
Lovejoy John H, with J M Hill, r 84 Ivy 
Lovett Warren P, with O S Lowndes, bds 117 S Pryor 
Lovette John, route agt, r 86 Mangum . «« ^r t^ 

LOW GLABENCE P (James H Low & Co), r 183 McDon- 

Low James H, physician,. Peachtree, ne cor Decatur, r 152 
Whitehall ^ ^, ^ . 

LOW JAMES H (James H Low & Co), r 183 McDonough 

LOW JAMES H ft CO (James H • and Clarence F Low), 
ien'l agts FIMS ASSOCIATIOH of Piijladelphja ; and 
local Igts FIBE ASSOCIATION of P^ade^hia; 
AMERICAN INS CO of Philadelphia ; andJ^EST- 
CHESTER INS CO of New York ; 6 and 6 Oentennial 
Bldg, 3J Whitehall. (See adv. on covers.) 

Lowe B T, with Adair & Bro 

Lowe Charles, col'd, carpenter, r es S Pryor, nr hmits 

Lowe George W (Lowe & Magbee), r 125 Nelson 

Lowe Jackson, col'd, lab, r rear 20 Hilliard 

Lowe James M, with T J Lowe <fe Bro , 

Lowe 5ohn S (T J Lowe & Bro), r Stonewall 

Lowe John T, grocer, r 174 W Foundry 

Lowe Julia, ooPd, laaiidreBS,^ 66 KkfgflHOH ^ Y^iJOi^OJ 

Lowe J A, with T J Lowe & Bro 

Lowe Laura, ool'd, laundr ess, r 147 C B B ' 

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Lowe Merrel C, elk W Lowe, bds 161 8 fryor 

Lowe M L, bkkpr, r 82 W Simpson 

Lowe Sidney H (Loyall & Lowe), bds National Hotel 

Lowe Thomas J (T J Lowe & Bro), r 89 Chapel 

Lowe T J & Bro (T J and J S Lowe), grocers, 36 W Mitchell 

Lowe William, elk WLowe, bds 161 S Pryor 

Lowe William, grocer, 81 S Broad, r 161 S Prvor 

Lowe William B (WB Lowe&Co), r 178 W Peters 

Lowe W B <fe Co (W B Lowe and G J Dallas), clothing, 41 

Whitehall 
Lowe & Magbee (G W Lowe and M J Magbee), grocers, 9 W 

Mitchell 
Lowenbein Frederick, elk, bds 33 N Pr^or 
Lowndes George S, cigars and tobacco, 17 N Pryor, bds Kim- 
ball House 
JjOMTDdes ML Mrs, r 18 Ellis 

Lowry George P, with Tommey, Stewart & Beck, r 196 Peach- 
tree 
Lowry John A, live stock dealer, bds, 17 WCain 
Lowry John G, elk W M & B J Lowry, bds Markham House 
Lowry Bobert J (W M *fe B J Lowry), bds Kimball House 
Lowry S^lina A, wid John, bds 144 Decatur 
Lowry William M (W M & B J Lowry), r 206 Peachtree 
Lowry W M & B J (William M and Bobert J Lowry), bankers, 

67 £ Alabama 
Loyall Bichard J (Loyall & Lowe), bds National Hotel 
Loyall & Lowe (B J Loyall and S H Lowe), saloon, 8 Peachtree 
Loyd Benjamin S (B M Mitchell & Co), r 36 Marietta 
Loyd Jackson, col'd, lab, r es Calhoun, nr Merritt's av * 
Loyd James W, r Lnckie, ne cor Forsyth 
Loyd John H, 13 Peachtree, r 24 Luckie 
Loyd Newman S, elk, bds 95 Walton 
Loyd St M E Church< (North), Bev George Standing, pastor ; 

Loyd, nw cor Hunter 
LOYD, see also LLOYD 
Loyless William A, with Hunt, Bankin & Lamar, bds 16 E 

Peters 
Lucas O E, supt Lucas Car Co, r 21 Gilmer 
Lucas Eliza, col'd, laundress, r ss Foster, nr Yonge 
Lucas Samuel, col'd. Jab, bds 66 Thurmond 
Luckie Charity A, coFd, laundress, r 136 N Calhoun 
Luckie Edith, coPd, laundress, r 212 Boiling Mill 
Luckie Eugene S, farmer, r 149 North av 
Luckie Henry, QoPd, carpenter, r ws Hilliard, nr Harris 

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Luckie L, ool'd, aeamstreaB, r 176 E Baker 

Lackie Mary, ooVd, domestic, r 22 Collins 

Lnckie William D, mer, bds 124 8 Pryor 

Lompkin Amanda, col'd, laundress, r 18 Terry 

Lumpkin Beiry, ooFd, shocmkr, 80 N Forsyth 

Lumpkin Eldred, elk W S Lumpkin, bds 189 Marietta 

Lumpkin Joseph H (Jackson & Lumpkin), bds 246 Rawson 

Lumpkin Joseph T, reporter, bds 62 Spring 

Lumpkin Levi, ooFd, lab, r rear 214 Decatur 

Lumpkin Mahala, col'd, laundress, r 23 Pettis 

Lumpkin P C, carpenter Ltngley & Robmson 

Lumpkin Robert, col'd, baker H A Agrioola 

Lumpkin Thomas, col^d, wks Atlanta Rx)lling Mill Co, r 11 

Beokwiih 5 
Lumpkin William S, grocer, 179 Marietta 
LuuMky^lfred, ool'd, porter C Pratt ^ 

LudquitJShn M (Lunquest & Scarratt), r 47 Whitehall 

Liinquest Magnus J, dentist, r 260 E Hunter 

Lunquest <fe &arratt (J M Lunquest and J B Scarratt), photo- 
graphers, 33 Whitehall 

Lyman Hester, col'd, laundress, r 97 Thurmond 

Lyman Hugh, elk C Sheehan, bds 21 N Calhoon 

Lyman Maria, wid James, r 21 N Calhoun 

Lynch Anna, ool'd, laundress, r 134 Formwalt 

Lynch Bridget, wid Patrick, r 66 N Collins 

Lynch Ella, wid Owen, r 111 E Hunter 

Lynch Hugh, gardener, r 122 W Simpson 

Lvnch James, r 12 Gilmer ^ _, ^ 

Lynch James'c, machinist W & A R R, bds 1 1 1 E Hunter 

LYNCH JEBBT, mer tailor and dealer in furnishing goods, 
8 Whitehall aud 3 Peaohtree, bds Markham House 

Lynch John, r 214 Foster 

Lynch John,, engineer W A A R R, bds Walton, se cor Bar- 

tow ^ 

Lynch John J, grocer, 44 Decatur, r 12 Gilmer 
Lynch John T, elk Jerry Lynch 
Lynch Joshua, blacksmith, bds 9 Magazine 
Lynch Michael (Lynch & Thornton), r 58 N Butler 
Lynch Patrick, builder, r 122 W Simpson 
Lynch Patrick W, grocer, 56 l?«^*"^.^%^^*'!\%^,r'! ra f 
Lynch Peter, grocer, 95 Whitehall and 7 W Mitchell, r 56 E 

Lynch Robert, coFd, brickmason, r 114 Markham 

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booksellers and stationers, 5 Whitehall, Centennial Buila- 
ing. (See adv. p. 68.) 

LYNCH, see also LINCH 

Lynes J J, carpenter, r 89 Jones 

Lynes Timothy D, com mer, r Garnett, cor Whitehall 

Lynn Harriet, col'd, cook, r 18 Valentine 

Lyitin R A, wks Winahip & Bro, r county 

Lynn W W, wks W <fe A R R 

Lyon Bettie Mrs (Mesdames Morris & Lyon), r 60 Whitehall 

Lyon Elizabeth, col'd, cook, r ws Hilliara, nr Harris 

Lyon G^rge W, musician, r 16 Huge 

Lyon John A, gin builder, r 14 Huge 

Lyon John J, po liceman, r 60 Whitehall 

LzOlf ITATHAir, agt Atlapla Ice Mnfg Co, Wall, cor 
Peachtree, r 21 Orme 

Tiyon Rhoda, col'd, laundress, r 19 Eraser 

Lyon Washington, col'd, porter Markham House 

Lyon William M, carpenter, r 31 Magiizine 




McAPEE ANNIE, wid J W, bds 152 S Pryor 
McAFEE JEBOME M, lawyer, 37 S Broad, bds 82 
S Pryor 

McA^ William W, contractor, r 152 S Pryor 

McAllister James H, salesman, r 72 S Forsyth 

McAllister James I, carpenter, r 23 Williams 

McAllister John M, r 12 Wheat 

McAllister W Erskine, eonductor, r 65 Peachtree 

McAllister W J, printer J P Harrison & Co, r 56 N Collins 

McArthur John W, bkkpr Cook & Stewart, bds 54 Walton 

McArthur Thomas W, r 146 S Pryor 

McArthur William, stone cutter, r. 12 Mooie 

MeBride Andrew Jay (MoBride <& Co), r 248 Washington 

McBride Samuel L (McBride & Co), r Rawson, bet Cooper and 
Formwalt 

McBXIDE ft CO (A J <& S L McBride), china, glass, queens- 
ware and house furnishing goods, 11 and 13 N Pryor 

McCain Benjamin J (McCain & Barnes), r 146 W Mitchell 

McCain Mack, col'd, lab, r 98 Spring 

McCain <& Barnes (B J McCain and L P Barnes), grocers, 94 S 
Broad 

McCall James B, carpenter Cook & Stewart, r 9 Newton 

McCallig Patrick, pedler, r 60 Gilmer 

McCandless Edward S, teller Atlanta Savings Bank of Ga, r W E 

lULLMAN PALACC cars leaTe AUmiU dail7 for Wishington 
hj the KENNE;^AW ROUTE— Dalton, Bristol mi^ Lynchburg. 

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McCandkfis Faanie A Mrs, private scbool, 67 E Mitchell, r W E 
McCandless F>t) Miss, teacher, r W E 

McCandless K L Miss, r W E , ^ , 

McCandless Sidney C, cotton warehouse, Marietta, ne cor Broad, 

rWE 
McCandless William, machinist W & A R R, r 105 Luckie 
McCann John, col'd, lab, r 26 N Calhoun 
McCants Joseph, coFd, porter J Warlick & Sons 
McCants Robert G, elk S M Inraan «fe Co, r 42 Houston 
McCarley Thomas J, porter A Leyden, r 21 Tattnall 
McCarter Reid, elk J C Fuller, bds 236 W Peters 
McCarter Thomas P, wks Sou Agrl Works, r 395 Marietta 
McCarthy Annie P, wid Stephen, r Grordon, W E 
McCarthy Lulu, with Daniel, r rear 438 Fair 
McCarty George W, elk Adair & Bro, Ms Markliam House 
McCarty James D,^lk Adair & Bro, bds Markham House 
McCarty Paul, grocer, 40 W Foundry ' 

MCay Heiiry K (MoCay <fe Trippe), r 304 Whitehall 
McCay Nancy, wid J H, r 169 Elliott 
McCay & Trippe (H K McCay and R P Trippe), lawyers, 14 

Wall 
McClain Richard Mrs, r 75 Richroowl 

McClain William H, elk, bds 115 Decatur ^ 

McCLAIN, see also McCLEAN 
McClarty Oliver, 8hoemkr,r al bet Hunter and Rhodes, w of W 

<fe A R R : . 

McClellan C J, steward Kimball House 
McClellan Ely, major and attending surgeon Dept South, bds 

Kimball House ^ 

McClellan Walter G, with Jack & Holland 
McClellan William, carpenter, r 82 W Simpson 
McClendon John T, elk Atlanta Nat Bank, bds 78 Calhoun 
McCLENDON, see also McLENDON 
McCleskey Lucius L, agt Port Royal F F, 54 E Alabama, bds 

Kimball House 
McCleskey William T (McCIeskey <feGramling),r 97 XPryor 
McCleskey & Gramling (W T McCleskey and W S Gramling), 

dry goods, 53 Peachtree^ 
McClure Daniel, colonel Pay Dept, chief P M Dept South, 30 

E Wall, bds Kimball House 
McColgan Charles, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
McColgan Eugene, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
McColgan Mary, wid Osborne, r 20 Emma 
McCombs Calvin, col'd, lab, r 30 Biggers 

FINS ALL LINSN Shirts mnde to order at $48 per doien and up" 
wards, at WILSON & OREBKMUR*S» 25 Whitehall. 



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MoCombs Columbus Rev, col'd, r SO Biggers * 

McCombs Lewis, col'd, lab, r 80 Hoge 

McConnell John M, blacksmit]i W <£ A R R, r 5 Spencer 

McConnell Samuel D (McConnell <fe Hey ward), r 62 Crew 

McConnell William, contractor, r 52 Houston 

McConnell & Hey ward (S D McConnell and W I Heyward), 
lawyers, 63 Whitehall 

McConothy Robert, col'd, r 61 Hoge 

McCorkle Matthew B, painter, r 5 W Garnelt 

McCormick Anna Mrs, milliner and millinery goods, 31 White- 
hall 

McCorniick James T; baker, r 1*33' Luckie 

McCown E P, painter W & A R R, r 39 W Foundry 

McCown George R, wks J C Peck & Co, r 39 W Foundry 

McCown Henry J, machinist E Van Winkle, r 39 W Foundry 

MoCown Robert W, carpenter W & A R R, r 263 Marietta 

McCown William C, printer Sunny South, bds 263 Marietta 

McCoy Aaron, col'd, lab, r rear 57 Ga R R 

McCoy Elizabeth, wid James, r ss Mills, nr Lovejoy 

McCoy Martha, col'd, laundress, r 15 E Foundry 

McCoy Mary A, col'd, cook, r rear 124 Ellis 

McCoy Melissa, col'd, laundress, r 151 Thompson 

McCoy Samuel, col'd, lab, r 48 W Simpson 

McCoy Simon, col'd, baker, r Railroad, bet Collins and Calhoun 

MoCoy Thomas, machinist W <fe A R R 

McCoy William, col'd, lab, r 191 Fillmore 

McCOY, see also McKOY 

McCrary Charles J, fireman W & A R R, r 41 W Simpson 

McCrary John W, policeman, r 15 Bailey 

McCrary M P, engineer W & A R R, r T Rock 

McCrary Thomas C, elk I N Hart, r 47 Rock 

McCrary W P, dk, bds 15 Bailey 

McCravy George B (Robinson & McCravy), r 14 Strong 

McCrosky Mack, trav agt,.r 12 W Mitchell 

McCrystal Robert H, musician, r Kimball House 

McCullough Charles, col'd, lab, r 60 Houston 

McCullough Edward, col'd, eating house, 31 W Peters 

McCullough George, col'd, lab, r 163 E Cain 

McCullough Jsham, col'd, lab, r 104 S Pryor 

McCullough Laura, col'd, laundress, r ss Gilmer, bet Butler and 
Calhoun 

McCullough Lottie, col'd, laundress, r 22 Chapel 

McDade Harriet, col'd, laundress, r 72 S Butler 

McDade Rebecca, wid Franklin, r 36 S Butler 

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McDade Windsor C, engineer A & W.Pt R R, r 122 E Honter 

McDaniel Edward, ool'd, lab, r 96 Jooes 

McDaoiel George, wk^ Ga R R, bds Edgewood 

McDan iel Geo r|gia, wid Jamee, r !l33 W Peters 

McDANIEL H T, city engineer, 47 S Pryor, bds 72 Mari- 
etta 

McDaniel John J (Sharp & McDaniel), r 117 WhUehall 

McDaniel Monroe, wks Ga R R 

McDaniel P E, buyer G W Parrott <fe Bro 

McDaniel Sarah, col'd, laundress, r 26 Ira 

McDaniel William H, shoemkr, r Edgewood 

McDaniel Wilson, col'd, gardener, r 138 Smith 

McDeviU Charles (McDevitt & Co), r 43J Whitehall 

McDevitt Edward, watchman, r Reed, cor Crumley 

McDevitt James, painter J M Smith, bds 43^ Whitehall 

McDevitt & Co (C McDevitt and J P Griffis), grocers, lift 
Whitehall 

McDonald A B, r 89 S Loyd 

McDonald Colin, messenger W U Tel Co 

McDonald E H, barkpr,'bds 18 Whitehall . . 

McDonald Hugfi A, bkkpr, bds 150 S Pryor 

McDonald Jame», bds 55 S Forsyth 

McDonald James, ool'd, blacksmith I Williams, r 53 Rawson 

McDonald James P, bkkpr Morrison, Bain & Co, bds 5 Clarke 

McDonald James T, tinner Hunnicutt & Bellingraths, r 257 
E Hunter 

McDonald Lorenzo D, engineer W & A R R, r 321 Marietta 

McDonald Mattie Mrs (McDonald & Forsyth), bds 41 White- 
hall 

McDonald Murdock C, .elk, r 26 S Butler 

McDonald Oscar V, carpenter, r 333 E Fair 

McDonald S A, fireman W & A R R, r 14 W Simpson 

McDonald William M, fireman W <& A R R 

McDonald -. — , elk, bds 43J Whitehall 

McDonald & Forsyth (Mrs M McDonald and Mrs M Forsyth), 
dressmakers, 64 Whitehall 

McDonell Louisa, wid A B, r 54 W Peters 

McDougal William R, wks A-L R R, r 414 E Fair 

^ McDow Stephen, col'd, lab, r 230 W Hunter \| ' 

' McDowell Mary B Miss, millinery ^nd fancjr^goods, 40 White- 
hall, r 144 Loyd 

McDowell William A (Moon & McDowell), bds 144 Loyd 

McDuffie Daniel A, plasterer, r 7 Magazine 

McDuffie Neil M, plasterer, r 52 W Foundry ■ 

£|f~Ji||gL||| Md LINEN SBIRTS, on^n front or back. Plaited Bomb* 
made to order for $36 per doxeo, at Wilson Sl CRtsKMna's, 25 WhUehall. . 



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McDuffie William B, plasterer, r 161 W Mitdiell 

McEachern D L, wks W & A R E, r 73 W Foundry 

McFver Austin, col'd, porter Silvey & Dougherty 

McEvoy Allen, r 34 Terry 

McFail Henry, cord, lab, r 84 Ho^ 

McFail I H, elk W S Wilson A Bro, bds 92 N Calhoun 

McFail William £, bkkpr Merchant <& Mosley, r 92 N Calhoun 

McFarland Henry C, cord, lab, r 17 W Peters 

McFaulJ W, physician, r 194 E Harris 

McGarr John, col'd, lab, r 95 E Cain 

McGarr Joseph, col'd, lab, r 20 Williams 

McGAVGEET BBOS (G B, J L arid W G McGaughey), 
grain and produce com mers, 85 S Broad 

McGaughey Frank 8, elk McGaughey Bros, bds 51 Walker 

MoGraughey George B (McGaughey Bros), r 51 Walker 

McNaughey John L (McGaughey Bros), r 22 Stonewall 

McGaughey William G (McGaughey Bros), bds 51 Walker 

McGee i>ora, col'd, domestic, r 78 E Hunter 

McGee Harry, ool'd, driver Traynham & Co 

McGee James, polioeman 

McGee James L, gardener, r Gordon, W E 

McGree Jane, col'd, laundress, r Kile's row 

McGee Jesse, col'd, lab, r 185 Markham 

McGee John, barkpr, r 230 Decatur 

McGee Pony, ool'd, lab, r rear 82 S Pryor 

McGehee James H, printer, bds Wilson House 

McGhee Crawford, ool'd, painter, r 11 8 Calhoun 

McGhee George, ool'd, lab, rill Stonewall 

McGhee George, col'd, lab, r ns Richardson, bet Pryor and 
Windsor 

McGhee Hassie, col'd, laundress, r 91 S Pryor 

McGhee J C, machinist W <fe A R R 

McGhee Porapev, ool'd, laundress, r 11 S Calhoun 

MoOILL THOMAS, gen'l R R ticket agent, 32 E Wall, r 
100 Richardson , >> 

McGiloray Angus, carpenter, r 12 Gartrell 

McGinly Georije (G MoGinly <fe,Ce), r Kimball House 

MoGINLT O ft 00 (G MdGinly and W'T Cox)^ proprs Kim- 
ball House, WB Pryor, bet Wall and Decatur 

McGlnness John R, captain Ordnance Dept, chief ordnance offi- 
cer Dept Soutli, 30 E Wall, bds Kimball House 

McGinniss J M Mrs, t 166 E Simpson 

McGinty James, brickmason, r 218 Elliott 

McGinty John W, conductor W <fe A R R,bds 147 Alexander 

O SECURE SPEED, Safety and Comfort, bay Tickets via The 
Kennesaw Route, B. W. WRENN. General PMsenger Agent. 




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McGinty J A Mrs, r 147 Alexander 
McGraw Dftvid, col'd, porter Markham Houae 
McGrath Jeremiah F, bds 71 Ga R R 
MoOroarty Thomai^ L, elk, bds 98 Decatur 
McGrory William, printer J P Harrison & Co 
McGafifey John, col'd, lab, r 292 N Calhoun 
MoGroinness J R Maj , Q M Dept South, bds Kimball House 
MoGUntE JOHll T, provision and mer broker, 66 E Ala- 
bama, r 132 Washington 
McGnire Lnther M, elk, bds 29 Houston 
McG uire S B, wid Thomas, r 132 Washington 
MqGVIBE THMCAS J", gen'l agt Brooklyn Life Ins Co, of 

N Y, 5 James' Bank BIk, r 132 Washington 
McGuire William, elk Furchgott, Benedict & Co 
McGuirk J M, grocer, 196 Decatur 
MoHan Charles H, grocer, 276 Fair, r 165 E Hunter 
McHenry C, col'd, grocer, 254 Marietta 
McHenry Henry, col'd, bellman Kimball House 
McHenry Jackson, col'd, porter Wheeler & Wilson Mnfg Co, r 

116 E Cain 
McHenry Jefferson, col'd, wks, Ga R R, r Hunnicutt, ne cor 

Venable 
McHenry Randall, col'd, lab, r Venable, nr Hunnicutt 
McHenry William, col'd, carpenter J C Peck & Co, r 144 Wheat 
Mcllfield Delia, col'd, laundress, r 55 Fairlie 
Mc llhen ny E D, conductor W <fe A R R, r Wilmington, N C 
McINTOSH T M, physician, 57 Marietta 
Mclntyre Frank, helper Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 6 Means 
Mclver Austin, drayman, r 61 Johnson 
McKamey Samuel M, elk J C Huff, bds 41 Peach tree 
McKeel J^mes, jnolder, r 614 Marietta 
McKeen V L, carpenter, r 56 Pettis . ^ 

McKeever Chaunoey Lieut Colonel, A A G.Dept South, 30 E 

Wall, bds Kimball House 
McKennon Ellen Mrs, r ns Dairy, w of McAfee 
McKeon R J Mrs, teacher Walker St School, r 133 W Hunter 
McKinleyAdaline, col'd, laundress, r 167 Davis 
McKinley Ann E, wid E, r 260 Ivy 

McKinley Jacob, col'd, car^^nter J C Peck & Co, r 32 Horton 
McKinley Joseph £, elk E Bates <& Co, bds 260 Peachtree 
McKinley Nathaniel, painter, 32 Marietta, r 260 Peachtree 
McKinncss Maegie Miss, with Snni^ South, bds 112 S Pry«r 
McKinney Leah, col'd, grocer, 33 McDaniel 
Mc^^inney William, col'd, carpenter, r rear 205 E Hunter 

PARTLT FINISHED ShirU. op«a bftok, 4-plj Bosomi and Calb, 
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McKinney , carpenter, bds 76 8 Forsyth 

McKinzie Sarah J, wid James, r 56 Rock 
McKnight Whitfield, r i«ar 141 Walker 
McKoy John J (MoKoy k Williams), r 67 Houston 
McKoy h Williams (John J McKoy and N C Williams), gro- 
cers, 50 Peachtree 
McKOY, see also McCOY 
McLaughlin William, blacksmith A T Finney, bds Callaway 

" House * 

McLaurin E J E (M L Flowers & Co), bda 3a Peachtree 
McLean Joel, tailor, r 139 Thompson 
McLEAN, see also McCL AIN 
McLendoa C L, elk G C R(»ers, bds 11 7 Washington 
McLendon Jesse L, machine hand J C Peck <& Co, r 1 94 De- 
catur 
McLendon John J, freieht agt A-L By, r 78 N Calhoun 
McLendon Matilda, cord, laundress, r ss North av, nr Lovejoy 
McLendon Nicholais A, r 117 Washington' 
McLendon T L, conductor C R B, bds Markham House 
McLendon Wilson, ool'd, wks Atlanta Boiling Mill Co, r ss 

North av, nr Lovgoy 
McLENDON, see also McCLENDON 
MoLin James G, dep sheriff Supreme Court, r 158 Ivy 
McLucus Alexander, col'd, lab, r 82 W Foundry 
McMahon James, barkpr P Carroll, bds Campbell House 
McManus John, lab, r 213 W Harris 

McMaster Martin J, clothing, 107 Decatur, r 518 Whitehall 
McMichael Lee, col'd, lab, r 41 Biggers 
McMichael Peter, col'd, porter, r 64 W 4& A B B 
McMillan Augustus, elk, bds 130 Whitehall / 
McMillan Harry, elk McMillan & Snow, bds 100 E Ellis 
McMillan John C (McMillan <& Snow), r 100 E Ellis 
McMillan Joseph, wks Hunnicutt <& Bellinmiths 
McMillan J W, watchmkr and jeweler, 4 Walton, r 15 W Baker 
McMillan William H, meat store, 204 Marietta 
McMillan & snow (J C McMUlan and H Y Snow), 

whol and ret grocers, 25 Marietta and 11 S Forsyth 
McMillen Bane, prints E L Winham, r ooanty 
Mclkf urray Peter, col'd, porter Nunnally^ Hallman <fe Co, r 44 

Cone 
McNab D A, wks Atlanta BoHing Mill Co, r 421 Peachtree 
McNab Lorinda D, wks C B B, bds 28 Bhodes 
McNab Bobert E, fireman, bds 38 Larkin 
McNair F L, col'd, drayman, r 16 B^ed ^ 

T?/\D FDDIPUT Rates to or frea North, SmI or Wert, ftpply 
r Ull r llEilljJll to R. A. Anderson, GonorEl Freight Agwit. 




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McNair Winfield, oolM, porter Robinson & MoOravy, r 132 

Formwalt 
McNaught William (McNaoght & Sorotchin, and Wm Mo- 

Naaght & Co), r Washington, nr limits 
McNaught William & Co (Wm McNaoght, T Scrutchin and T 

F Scully), paper mill, office 86 Whitehall 
McNaaght & Scrutchin (Wm McNaught and T Scrutchin), 

hardware, 86 and 88 Whitehall 
McNeely Robert O, carpenter, r 39 Plum 
McNeil Mack, coFd, driver, r rear 173 Peachtree 
McNerhany Francis Jr, oik Q M Dept, bds 79 S Piyor: 
McNew Thomas J, machinist, r 109 W Baker 
MoPHEE B C, dry goods, groceries, etc. Marietta, opp Roll- 
ing Mill 
McPhee W S, elk D C McPhee, r rear 477 Marietta 
McPherson L E, elk judge advocate Dept of the South, bds 10 

W MJtchell / 
McPherson Wallace, dk Green Line, r Decatur, Ga 
McQuaid Patrick, dk J Ryan, bda 180 Whitehall 
McQueen William, col'd, lab, r rear 135 Walker • 

McRae Cicero, ool'd, porter Gate City Vinegar Works, r rear 

220 W Peters 
McRae Levi, ool'd, waiter R F Stapler 
McRae Stephen, ool'd, waiter A W Crawford 
McReynolds John G, oik M L Flowers & Co, bds Decatur, nr 

Cemetery 
McRoy Amanda, col'd, doBftestic, bds Exlgewood 
McRoy Washington, col'd, lab, r Edgewood 
McWaters Alexander H, carpenter Ga R R, r 54 S Butler 
McWaters James G, fireman A <& W Pt R R, r 54 S Butler 
McWaters John F, engineer A & W Pt R R, r 187 E Hunter 
McWaters Robert S, fireman A&WPtRR, bds54S Butler 
McWhorter Laura Mrs, bds 152 GuUatt 




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MABIN JOHN, wks A-LBy, r rear 270 E Fair 
Mabra John, Qol'd, wks BR 
H Mabra Miles J, saloon, 91 Qa B B, r 83 GaB B 

OPSN FRONT or Back, parUy finished Shirte, Plaited Boeoms, 
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Macauley Greorge Bev, rector St Luke's • Spiacopal Charoh, r 

170 Marietta 
Macdiarmid Angus, with Morrison, Bain & Co, bds Cannon 

House 
Mace Frances, col'd, laundress, r ss Currier, nr Calhoun 
Macedonia Baptist Church, coFd, Bev J M Jones, pastor; State, 

ne cor Wallace 
Mackey John, col'd, carpenter, r 81 Gullatt ^ 

Mackey W^illiam, col'd, lab, r 47 Bush 
Mackfield Charlotte, col'd, laundress, r 16 Green's Ferrj av 
Miickin Claude, pressman J P Harrison & Co, r Stone Moun- 
tain 
Macklin M ary Mi ss, teacher, r Cain, cor Ivy 
MiM?FAV, WILLIAM, gen'l supt W & A B B, r, 20 £ 

Mitchell 
Macy A Frank, glazier W Jennings & Co, r 127 Jones 
Madden Agnes Miss, dressmkr, 40 Whitehall, r 153 Whitehall 
Madden Ann M, wid J H, bds 153 Whitehall 
Maddox Alexander, col'd, lab, r 238 Marietta 
Maddoz Angline, wid Washington, r 140 Foster 
Maddox Charles K, president's sec, W & A B B, and council- 

manFourth Ward, r 148 Fillmore. 
Maddox Joseph E, wks W <& A B B, r 10 W Simpson 
Maddox Lewis, col'd, wks Atlanta Boiling Mill Co 
Maddox Lucy A Mrs, dressmkr, bds 367 S Pryor 
Maddox Mary, col'd, cook, r 297 Fraser 
Maddox Bobert F (Maddox & Bucker), r 125 Peachtree 
Maddox William, wks W & A B B, r 63 Thurmond 
Maddox William C, elk W H White, bds 67 Peachtree 
MABDOX ft BUOEEB (B F Maddox and J W Bupker), 

cigars and tobacco, Peaentree, nw oor Bailroad ar~-^ 
MADDOX, see also MATTOX 
Magbee Milton J (Lowe & Magbee), r 122 W Peters 
Magnus Joseph A, elk Great l&uthern Tea Co, bds 146 N Cal- 
houn 
Mahan Mrchael H, wks A-L By, bds 105 Ga B B 
Maher John C (Nelly & Maher and Cassidy & Maher), r 14 

Marietta 
Maher Michael, tailor, bds 43 Whitehall 
Maher Michael £, councilman First Ward, and saloon, 11 W 

Mitchell, r 168 Mangum 
Mahlerwein N (Gate City Vin^ar Works), bds 10 N Forsyth 
Mahoney Andrew, tailor Eiseman Bros, bds 120 Decatur 
Mahoney John, wks Atlanta Boiling Mill Co 




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- Mahooej Michael, grocer, 124 Decatur, r 120 Decatur 'f«>^ffcf;^' 
8 Maier Albert D, wks Winship «fe Bro, bds 176 Davis 

^ MaierJohD, grocer, 176 Davis r 

-^ Mains James, col'd, frescoer, r 73 Fort ~- -*^ ■ . ^t^^* -1 
* Makemson AD«1rew J, elk, bds 158 Houston > >**f-^i f^^i\5;^ 
g< Makemson Emeline, wid William, r,158 Houston- fj^tti^^^i^i 
^ Mallard William J, lawyer, r 142 N Calhoun a ^ ^ 

*S Mallon Bernard, supt Public Schools, bds 89 Washingto»^ti^rk 
g Mallory Ellen, col'd, cook, r 12 Chapel • ' ' 

IB Malone Charles 1 , with M )0 <& J F Kiser & Co, bds Cannon 
|J» House 

^ Malone Emma,>col'd, cook, r r 128 E Harris 
"3 Malone Felix, coFd, carpenter, r Jennings al bet Rawson and 
•O Jones 

S Malone Jefferson, coPd, wks Spencer & Jarvis, r 28 Chapel 
* Malone Randall, col'd, wks O A Smith, r Bellwood 
g 'Malone Thomas J, messenger Sou Express Co, r 75 E Hunter 
^ Malone William, coFd, lab, r rear 100 Elliott 
fH Malone William J, shoemkr, 28 Marietta, bds 63 Luckie 
S Maloney Catharine, col'd, laundress, r 48 Decatur 
Maloney Ida, col'd, cook, r 48 Decatur 

Maloney Robert, elk Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 493 Marietta 
g Mangum Calvin W, conductor W & A R R, r R R, bet Bartow 
^ and Spring 

Mangum C L (Sharman & Mangum), r 102 Marietta 
^ Mangum John, cord, shoemkr, 63J Decatur, r es Collins, nr 
Decatur " y 

pa Mangum MUlard C, elk A & S Rosenfeld, bds 39 N.Pryor ^ 
Q Mangum Squire, col'd, drayman,^ r ss Crumley, bet Formwalt 
^ and Windsor 

. Manhattan Fire Ins Co, of N Y (Southern Dept), J S Raine, 
m gen'l agt; 14 Whitehall 

M Manly Daniel, ooFd, lab, r r 8 George 

3 Manly J C, carpenter, bds 22 Gantrell 

S Manly Martin, r 22 Gartrell 

5*1 Manly W P, policeman, bds 22 Gartrell 

^ Mann Amanda, col'd, laundress, r ws Pryor, bet Richardson and 

H"l Clarke 

^ MANlf ANDREW, foreman upholsterer P P Car Co, r 368 

W S Pryor 

Q3 Mann Asa V, physician, r 51 W Hunter 

^ Mann Eli^abeth^ wid W J, r 94 S Pryor 

R Mann Edward, upholsterer P P Car Co, bds 368 S Pryor 

H^ Mann G W, coFd, teadier, r Edgewood 

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Mann James, blacksmith, 65 S Broad, r Venable, nr Hunnicatt 

Mann James E, elk, r 157 Calhoun 

Mann Robert D, gen'l R R. ticket agt, 4 Kimball House, bds 
Kimball House 

Manning Enoch, col'd, porter Hdqrs Dept of the Sonth ' 

Manning Jethro W, county school comr, bds 152 Alexander 

Mansfield Edward, butcher Sparks & Tye 

Mansfield James D, carpenter W G Ashley & Co, r county 

Mapp David, col'd, lab, r 51 Thurmond 

Mapp James J, physician, 53 E Mitchell 

Mapp Joseph, coPd, lab, r rear 38 Hilliard 

Marable Griffin, col'd, lab,r 39 Jones 

Marable W A, conductor W & A R R 

Marble Benjamin, col'd, fireman Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 

Marbut Job J, grocer, 63 Decatur, r county 

Marbut Samuel P, elk J J Marbut^ r county 

Marcus Max (Marcus & Cohen), r 19 Williams 

Marcus & Cohen (M Marcus and A Cohen), tailors, 16 Peachtree 

Marietta St School, H C Mitchell, prin; 271 Marietta 

Maring C S, painter W & A R R 

Marion Josephine Mrs, r 156 Whitehall 

Marion Sylvester, grocer, 282 Marietta 

Markham House, James E Owen's^ propr; Loyd, opp Wall 

Markham William, bds Markham House 

Marks Abraham, clothing, 42 Decatur 

Marks George M, lawyer, 4 Marietta, bds 125 S Pryor 

Mark waiter Michael, painter, r 12 Jenkins 

Mar ley S C, carpenter W & A R R 

Marmaduke H H, gen'l sou frt and pass agt Va & Tenn Air- 
Line, 32 E Wall, bds Markham House 

Marsh Edwin M (Moore, Marsh & Co), r 129 Washington 

Marsh Edwin W Jr (David & Marsh), bds 125 Washington 

Marsh Elizabeth, wid William, r ns Houston, nr limits 

Marshall Alice Mad, rU'fi Collins 

Marshall Edmund B, dentist, r 20 Mills \ 

Marshall Harriet, coPd, laundress, r 14 Fort 

Marshall Henry, col'd, wks W & A R R, r 185 Wheat 

Marshall John G, printer Constitution 

Marshall Moses) ooPd, cook Mrs E Bell, r 67 N Pryor 

Marshall Pocahontas, col'd, cook, r 17 W Peters 

Martin Allie, wid Richard, r 107 Stonewall 

Martin Anna, wid George, r rear 42 W Alabama 

Martin A T, tinner J T Eichberg, r 57 W Cain 

Martin Caroline V Mrs, grocer, r 190 Marietta 

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J- Martin Charity, col'd, laundress, r 47 Humphreys 
Martin Daniel, coFd, carpenter, r rear 18 Calhoun 
^ Martin Edward, cord, lab, r rear 4 Gilmer 
g Martin Eli, ool'd, lab, r 157 Markham 
M Martin George Rev, c©l'd, r 16 Cedar 
^ Martin George, wks W & A R R, r 10 Rock 
"to Martin George R, wks A & W Pt R R, bds 95 Crew 

< Martin George W, printer Dodson & Scott, r 14 Hilljard 
" Martin G W, blacksmith, r 236 Crew 

Martin G, plasterer, r 125 Jackson 

Martin Henry B, painter, r 133 North av 

Martin Henry C, grocer, ss Marietta rd, nr Mayson s Ferry rd 
^ Martin James S, elk, bda 78 Washington 
I Martin Jesse H, elk McGaughey Bros, r 85 S Broad 
P4 Martin John G, r 95 Crew 
-H Martin John H, gardener, r 93 Windsor 
"g Martin John W, elk, bds 190 Marietta ». « 

O Martin Joseph H Rev, pastor First Presbyterian Church, r 52 

-T W Harris 

8 Martin Julius (Hedge <fe Martin), r Whitehall, nr Mitchell 
Jm Martin Julius R, tinner J Warlick ^ Sons, bds 63 Peachtree 
O Martin J V, prin Clarke University, r 377 Whitehall 
fii Martin Kate, coFd,, laundress, r 181 S Forsyth 
^ Martin Madison, coFd, wks W & A R R, r tear 85 Elliott 
Martin Melville C (Harville & Martin), r 10 Pratt 

#^ Martin Nevelton, wks Oakland Cemetery, r 48 Young 

T Martin N P, engineer Ga R R 

n Martin Richard W (Jdhnston & Martin), r 65 Castleberry 
Martin Robert, ool'd, waiter, r rear 76 S Forsyth 

J Martin Samuel, cord, porter, r 284 Foster . 
Martin Susie T Miss, milliner, bds 190 Marietta 
S Martin Thomas A, engineer A <fe W Pt R R, r 99 Crew 
•-a Martin William, carpenter, r ws Tumlin, nr 4th 
S Martin W A, packer Daniel & Marsh, r 286 Peachtree 
3 Martin Zach, conductor A & W Pt R R, bds 61 Marietta 
23 Martin Julius, r 152 Whitehall 
jIT Marvin Benjamin, coPd, lab, r ws State, nr Wallace 
^ MABVnr 6IX>B0E W, physician, 7 and 8 Centennial Bldg, 
m 1 Whitehall, r 208 Whitehall 

•g Marvin Griffin, coPd, wks Fowler & Stewart 
'S .Mashburn E, w^n mkr, 375 Peachtree, r 270 Peachtree 
^^Mashburn John H, driver Street R R Co, r 404 Collins 

Mason Amos, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r ss North 
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Mason Anthony, cord,8hoemkr I Westmoreland 
Mason Carrie, ool'd, cook, r 54 Nelson 

Mason Charles B, pattern mkr Atlanta Machine Works r 56 
Bell ' 

Mason Charlotte M, wid W K, r 80 Gilmer ' 

Mason Daniel, col'd, lab, r 79 Martin 

Mason Henry, col'd, wks Kimball House 

Mason John (Mason & Weaver), r 29 Foundry 

Mason Mollie, col'd, laundress, r 223 W Mitchell 

Mason & Weaver (J Mason and J Weaver), saloon, 204 Marietta 

MASON, see also MAYSON , «.« 

Masonic Hall, Marietta, se cor Broad 

MASSA EHKICO A, confectionery and fruits, 19 Peachtree, 
r Pryor, ne cor Line . 

Massey Katie B Miss, teacher Walker St Schdol, r 36 Richardson 

Massey Mary P, wid James, r rear 107 Walker 

Massey Robert J, physician, r 36 Richardson 

Masters P C, carpenter A-L Ry, bds 283 E Hunter 

Mastin Sophie, wid William, bds 49 Chapel 

Matthews Aquilla B, trader, r Gordon, W E 

Matthews Benjamin N (B N Matthews & Co) 

Matthews B N <fe Co (B N Matthews and G E White, Jr). iob 

printers, 47 Whitehall '' 

Matthews Fannie, col'd, cook, r 227 S Forsyth 
Matthews George, col'd, lab, r 36 Walker 
Matthews Henry, col'd, porter Hitchins & Bros, r 277 N Cal- 

houn / 

Matthews H T, with Pendletons k Lampkin 

Matthews James, col'd, lab, r ns Henry, nr Elliott 

Matthews James H, elk R J Griffin, bds 121 Rhodes 

Matthews Julia, col'd, laundress, r 49 Victoria 

Matthews J M, col'd, carpenter, bds 162 E Harris 

Matthews Katie, col'd laundress, rCalhoun, sw cor Currier 

Matthews Luckie, col'd, carpenter, 11 George 

Matthews Parthenia, col'd, laundress, r Hunter, sw cor Terrv 

Matthews William, col'd, lab, r 20 E Mitchell 

Mattison Alexander, route agt U S Ry M S, r 58 ^ Simpson 

Mattison William, col'd, lab, r 156 Fillmore 

Mattox Elijah N, trader, r 308 E Hunter 

Mattox Frank W, elk, bds National Hotel 

MATTOX, see also MADDOX 

Maulding James, lab, bds Edgewood 

Maulding John W, r Edgewood 

Mauro Angel o, fruit stand, 16 Whitehall, r 79 Loyd 

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Maxey Margaret, ool'd, domestic, r rear 66 CcK^per p 

Maxey P T Mrs, sc^mstreae, r 42 Young . 

Maxwell Allen, ool'd, plasterer, r rear 210 E Cam ■ _^r 

Maxwell James R, saddlery and harness, 47 8 Broad, r 75^^ 

Max Jell'^^R, Jr, harnessmkr J R Maxwell, r 270 E Harris 

Maxwell Sampson, col'd, driver Dunn, Ogletree & Co 

Maxwell Sarah, coFd, r 33 Rawson 

May Dinah, col'd, cook, r Grant, se cor Glynn 

May Isaac (Elsas, May & Co), r 179 S Pryor 

May Laura L, wid S S, r 70 S Loyd 

May Wylie, coFd, lab, r Clarke, bet Martin and Connally 

Mayer David (Mayer, Son & Co), r 151 Whitehall 

Mayer Maria J, wid David, r 46 Formwalt 

MayerSol C(Mayer,Son& Co), bds 161 Whitehall 

MATES, SON ft CO (David and S C Mayer, and C M 
a Pfeifer), whol wines and lianors, 62 Whitehall 

o MAYER, see also MEYER and MEYERS , 

^ Mayes Albert, col'd, wks Ga R R, r 229 Clarke 
^ Mayes Columbus, col'd, lab, r rear 10 Valentine 
5 Mayes Henry, coFd, lab, rss Baker nr Butler 

5 Mayes John P, conductor W i& A R R, i* 234 Elliott 
8 Mayes William H, elk I N Hart, r 114 Marietta 

^ Mayes Wilson L, policeman, bds 55 S Forsyth 

6 Mayfield Robert, engineer A-L Ry, r 66 Ga R R 
Maynard Robert J, book binder, r 62 Markham 

^ Mayo Fannie Miss, with R M Mitchell & Co^ r 46 Formwalt 

H Mayson Allen, col'd, lab, r 514 Decatur 

W Mayson J L, Jr, elk, bds 43 Walker „ ,,, „ 

^ Mayson Thomas C, groceries. 3 Marietta, r 43 W alker 

Hi MAYSON, see also MASON 

P4 Mead Ann, col'd, laundress, r 25 Riggers 

C? Mead Eugene N, trav agt, r 144 Crew 

m Mead Henrv, col'd, wks Sparks & Tye, r 25 Biggers 

S Mead Phillis, col'd, cook, r 33 Ivy 

■^ Mead Sarah, wid J H, r 33 Ivy 

U Meador Charles D, with Meador Bros, bds Markham House 

S Meador James J (Meador & Bros), r 210 S Pryor 

~ Meador John T (Meador & Bros), r Stone Mountain ^ 

H Meador Bros (J T and J J Meador), cigars and tobacco, 21 h. 

8 Meador'^Thomas D, witlr J W Goldsmith, r 1 Peachtree 
g Meador Whitney, col'd, wks J M Nace, r 31 Ezzard 
M Meakin Joshua W (Porter&Dav is), r 251 Peachtree 



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Means Samuel, ooFd, drayman, r 55 Horton 

Means Williai;i H, lab, r 68 Tattnall 

MEGASLIN JOHN H, sec and treas Atlanta Gas Light Co, 

r69NBatler 
Medlin James A, watchman Cook & Stewart, r 30 Jones 
Medlin R C J, director Hose Co Gate City No 5, r 30 Jones 
MedliA Thomas, watchman-Cook <& Stewart, r 30 Jones 
Medlock Cicero, coPd, lab, r es Rolling Mill, nr Houston 
Med lock Ellen, col'd, laundress, r ss Harris, nr Randolph 
Meeker B L Miss, laundress, r ns Currier, nr Calhoun ^* 

Megee Benjamin F (W L Stanton & Co), r W E ^ 

Mehaffey Charles, stone cutter, r 11 W Mitchell ^ 

Mehaffey Jolin R, station kpr, bds 364 Decatur o 

Mehaffev Laura, wid John W, bds 13 W Grarnett R 

Meigs William H, printer, r 31 Chapel Jj^ 

Meister Herman C, harkpr P A B Meister, bds 10 N Forsyth A 
eister Peter A B, saloon, 40 Decatur, r W E ^ 

Mell Armstead, col'd, drayman, r 163 Markham 5 

Mell Caroline, col'd, laundress, r al bet Markham and Tattnall S 
Mell John L, elk Hunnicutt & Bellingraths ^ 

Mell P H, Jr. asst chemist Dept Agriculture, bds 28 N Forsyth B* 
Mell Robert J, with Camp & Camp fi 

Meller Henry, col'd, waiter Markham House,,r rear 60 Ivy ^ 
Melton B F R, elk FuHigott, Benedict & Co, bds Callaway » 

House « ^ 

Mendelson B, oculist, bds 33 N Pryor ?^ 

Menefee L, coFd, lab, r 13 Ella ^ M 

Menefee Jemima, col'd, laundress, r ns Irwin, nr Rolling Mill f^ 
Menefee Wesley, col'd, drayman J ^arlick & Son, r ns Irwin, Ck 

nr Rolling Mill tt 

Menken Fritz, policeman, r ns Smith, bet Fulton and Whitehall ^ 
Menko Martin (M Menko & Bro), r 62 W Peters ™ 

Menko M & Bro (M and J Menko), dry goods, etc, 21 Whitehall 
Menko Joseph (M Menko & Bro), r 16 Garnett 
Mercer 'Edward, contractor, r 160 Haynes " , ^ 

Mercer M A Mrs, prin Haynes St School, bds 2 Marietta ^ 

HEBCHANTS BANK OF ATLANTA, Campbell WaL g 

lace, pres; W W Clayton, cashier; Pryor, nw cor Wall m 
Merchant John R (Merchant & Mosley), r 66 Jackson o 

Merchant & Mosley (J R Merchant and S L Mosley), grocers & 

whol, 70 and 72 E Alabama 9 

Merckle -:-, col'd, lab, r rear 75 Luckie M 

Meriwether L ( J D Simms cfe Co), bds 180 McDonough ' ^ 

Merriam Aaron B, r 146 Ivy g" 

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Merrick B. coFd, oook, r 153 Thompson 

Merrick William, ool'd, lab, r 218 Richardson 

Merrifield George H, shoemkr, 6 Marietta 

Merrill Alesaoder, eol'd, lab, r 25 Green's Ferry rd 

Merritt James B, elk Veal & Bradley, r 4 Randolph 

Merritt Mildred, col'd, laundress, r 73 Terry 

Merritt William O, meat market, r 75 Form wait 

Mervin H C, lieut-colonel 2d Inf, r McPherson Barracks 

Messeline William, salesman, r 151 W Fair 

Metcalf Alexander, driver Street R R Co 

Methodist Advocate, Rev E Q Fuller, editor and propr; 110 
Whitehall 

Meyer Samuel, propr drays, 44 E Alabama, r 28 Cain 

Meyer W H, cabinet rokr, bds 127 E Harris 

MEYER, see also MAYER and MYERS 

Michaels Gha' ^, trader, bds Kimball House # , 

Michaely Chat cs, %rmer, r ws Humphries, nr limits 

Michie John V ' k 61 S Forsyth 

Miokelberry Ch k^ A, oik Abbott & Bro, bds 46 E Cain 

Mickelberry Jamf ^, olk| r 46 E Cain 

. Mickelberry Willu » H C, elk McMillan & Snow, r 46 E Cain 

Micklejohn Franci ' , engineer, r 85 Elliott 

Middlebrooks Johi i, elk, bds 417 W Peters 

Middlebrooks Wir.i-^o? M, grocer, 405 W Peters, r 417 W Peters 

Middleton James A ^ Is 69 Hill 

Middleton James G, ' 'lliard room, Markham House. Infor- 
mation Refus :t>. 

Middleton John A (jUiddleton & Bros), r 69 Hill 

Middleton John F, r 90 Ellis 

Middleton William ^r Middleton & Bro), r 289 E Fair 

Middleton & Bro (. . and W G Middleton), brass founders and 
machine shop, j^ S Broad 

Mihalovitch Louis, li.]uors, 26 Decatur, r 169 S Forsyth 

Mihalovitch Samuel, oik, bds 169 S Forsyth 

Miles Abel, printer Su jir South, r 221 Decatur 

Millbrooks Andersor coi'd, lab,r Rawson, bet Eraser and Martin 

Milledce C H, wid ' ' - - 176 E Peters 

HILLEDOE JOH. , ^wyer, 2 S Pryor, r 176 E Fair 

Miller C«sar, colM, v kf» Ga R R, r 200 Wheat 

Miller CcBsar Jr, coFd, r ns Irwin, nr Rolling Mill 

Miller Cornelius, col'd, iK)rter Morrison, Bain & Co, bds De- 
catur, cor Loyd 

ttlLLEB DANIEL S, saddlery and harness, 80 VV hitehall, 
r 153 Whitehall 

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Miller E A, wid J R, r 82 S Forsyth 
Miller George, wks Atlanta City Brewery, r 89 E Harris 
Miller George, col'd, lab, 138 Gray / 

Miller George H, elk, bds 48 Calhoun J . 

Miller Georjre H (G H Miller & Co), bds Markham House 
aniiLEB O H ft CO (G H Miller and C A Fretz), silver and 

plated ware, bronze, etc, 15 S Pryor. (See adv. p. 75.) 
Miller Henry, coPd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Miller Hester, col'd, laundress, r es Mitchell, nr Haynes 
(filler Homer V M (Miller & Johnson), 43 Walton 
Miller James, lieut 2d Inf, r McPherson Barracks • 
Miller James E, carpenter, r Hunter, se cor Fort 
Miller James I, job foreman Constitution, r county 
Miller Jeanette, wid Peter, r 110 W Harris 
Miller J T, bds 276 Peachtree 
Miller Myra Mrs, baker, 269 W Peachtree 
Miller O F, elk Kimball House 
Miller Pauline, col'd, laundress, r 55 Chattahoochee 
Miller Polly, col'd, laundress, r ns Currier, nr Calhoun 
Miller Ralph E, printer Methodist Advocate, bds 43 Markham 
Miller Ransom, col'd, waiter Kimball House 
Miller Rebecca, wid Ransom, r ws Crowell, nr limits 
Miller Sott, coFd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Miller Stephen, coPd, barber A L Nash, r Decatur, nr Ivy 
Miller William, wks W & A R R, r 46 Hulsey 
Miller William, coPd, carpenter, r 80 Houston 
Miller William E (Miller & Berry), bds 168 S Pryor ' 
Miller Willis, col'd, shoemaker, 137 Marietta ' 

Miller & Berry (W E Miller and E M Berry), drugs, medicines 

and toilet articles, 14 Whitehall 
Miller & Johnson (H V M Miller and J M Johnson), physicians, 

10 W Alabama 
MILLER, see also MULLER 
Millican C Miss (Misses Mellican), r 15 S Broad 
Millican E Miss (Misses Millican), r 15 S Broad 
Millican M Miss (Misses Millican), r 15 S Broad ^ 
Millican Misses (S, C, M and E Millican), proprs Callaway Houf e, 

15 S Broad 
Millican S Miss (Misses- MiHican), r 15 S Broad 
Mills Anthony, col'd, lab, r 163 E Cain 
Mills Fannie, confectioner, 375 W Peters 
Milla Frank, distributibg.clk P O, r 344 Marietta 
Mills James M, engineer W & A R R, r 14 W Simpson 
Mills Joseph G W, r 331 Marietta 

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Mills Matilda, col'd, laundress, r 164 N Calhoun 

Mills Oscar, wks Ga R R, bds Fair, nw cor Terry 

Mills Solomon, col'd, lab, r 148 Martin 

Mills William, captain Co A, 2d Inf, r MePherson Barracks 

Mills William, col'd, carriage mkr J M Smith, r 42 Howard < 

Milner Adaline, col'd, domestic, bds 269 Fraser 

Milner Ann, wid J B, r 51 W Cain 

Milner Arnold J, elk. bds 138 Whifehall 

Milner W J, mail elk Christian Index, r 51 W Cain 

Milton Robert, col'd, lab, r 8 Fort 

Mims Henry, col'd, r es Reid, bet Crumley and Richmond 

Mims Franklin P, conductor A <fe W Pt R R, r 225 Decatur 

Mims Rboda, col'd, laundress, r 106 North av 

Mims R H, col'd, wks W & A R R 

Mims William, supervisor A & W Pt R R, r 281 Peachtree 

Miqdler Augustus W, fruit stand, 14 W Alabama 

Mindler F T, gardener, 14 W Alabama 

Minor John, col'd, barber, 6 W Mitchell, r Collins, nr Decatur 

Minor Philip, col'd, painter, r 103 W Foundry 

Minter Elizabeth L, wid John, r 75 Formwalt 

Minter Polly, col'd, laundress, r Chapel, nr Barracks 

Minter Warren, col'd, hostler Street R R Co 

Mirden Warren, col'd, lab, r ns E Harris, nr limits 

Mission of the Redeemer Episcopal Church, Walker, nw cor 

Fair 
Mitchell Alexander W, buyer G W Parrott & Bro, r 138 

Whitehall 
Mitchell Allison, col'd, lab, r ss Crumley, bet Fraser and Mc- 

Donough / 

Mitchell Andrew, col'd, porter Dr T Johnson, r 281 Fraser 
Mitchell Benjamin, wks Johnston k Martin, r 170 W Peters 
Mitchell CflBsar, col'd, lab, r 256 Mangum 
Mitchell Caroline, wid William, bds 363 Whitehall 
Mttchell Doo, col'd, barber K Watls^r 85 Marietta 
Mitchell Edward, col'd, waiter Kimball House 
Mitchell Fannie, col'd, laundress, r 227 S Forsyth 
Mitchell Foster, col'd, porter E C Allen i 

Mitchell Green, col'^ lab, r Beckwith. nr Maple 
Mitchell Glenn P, elk C C Shepperson, bds 50 N Brpad 
Mitchell Henry, col'd, waiter Kimball House 
Mitchell Henry A, elk, bds 138 Whitehall 
Mitchell Henry C, prin Marietta St School, r 104 W Harris 
Mitchell Isaac G Rev, r 30 W Garnett 
Mitchell Isaac S, grocer, 142 Whitehall, r 145 S Forsy th 

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Mitchell J, cord, waiter R G Thompson, r rear 280 N Calhoun 

Mitchell John, col'd, lab, r ws Peters, eor Mangum 

Mitchiell Jordan, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling. Mill Co, r ws State, 

nr Wallac<^ 
Mitchell Joseph, col'd, lab, r 151 Fillmore 
Mitchell J M, col'd, printer C W Motes, bds 49 Rolling Mill 
Mitchell Katie Mrs, dressmkr, 47 S Loyd 
Mitchell Martial, wid William, r 145 Nelson 
Mitchell Mary, col'd, cook, r 195 Fillmore 
Mitchell Matthew, col'd, carpenter, r ss Wells, bet Holland and 

Humphries 
Mitchell Matthew, coFd, lab, r 49 Rolling Mill 
Mitchell Mick, col'd, harnessmkr D S Miller, r 49 Rolling Mill 
Miichell Newton, col'd, lab, r rear 85 Elliott 
Mitchell Pauline, coi'd, cook, r 153 Markham 
Mitchell Robert, col'd, painter, r rear 5 W Garnett 
Mitchell Robert, col'd, lab, r rear 31 W Garnett 
Mitchell Robert, col'd, lab, r rear 107 Peachtree 
Mitchell Robert M (R M Mitchell & Co), r 40 N Forsyth 
HITCHISiL B M ft CO (R M Mitehell and B S Loyd), 

gen'l agts Remington Sewing Machines, 31 Marietta » 

Mitchell Russell C (Rice & Mitchell), r 202 Ivy 
Mitchell Sarah Mrs, r Edgewood * 

Mitchell Shadrach, col'd, porter, r 140 E Cain 
Mitchell Thomas, col'd, barber, bds 49 RoUing^Mill 
Mitchell Thomas, wks D Morgan 
Mitchell Wesley D, grocer, 298 W Peters 
Mitchell William W, carpenter, r rear 81 Larkin 
Mitchell William, col'd, plasterer, r 281 W Mitchell 
Mitchell William A, r 201 S Forpyth 
Mitchell William D, engineer C R R, r Hunter, cor C R R 
Mitchell William P, elk S M Inman & Co, bds 138 Whitehall 
Mitchell Willis, col'd, lab, r 118 Irwin 
Mitchell W E, lab, r Edgewood 
Mize Mary A, r 76 S Broad 
Mize Thomas, wood yard, r 28 Strong 
Mobley John, col'd, wks Cabtleberry & Co, r 51 W Hunter 
Moffat Alexander, elk, r 119 Ga R R 
Moffat George, col'd, lab, r rear 33 W Cain 
Moldcr Randall, col'd, lab, r nr Mayson's Ferry rd, Bellwood 
Molsdale James, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 95 Pine 
Monach James, Jr (Monach & Muller), r 35 Marietta 
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Mooagban John B. bailiff, r 243 E Eair 

HoDcrete Mary, col'd, laundress, r 3 N Calhoan 

Monroe Crawford, col'd, propr drays, 18 S Forsyth, r 17Q Pine 

Monroe £, col'd, lab, r ws Markham, bet Mang^um and Haynes 

Monroe Mary, col'd, laundress, r rear 132 Gra R R 

Monroe Spencer, oel'd, driver Bowie <& Gholstin, bds rear 132 

6a R R 
Monteith Elizabeth Mrs, l)oarding, r 4 Gilmer 
Monteith Robert A, elk M C <fe J F Kiser & CM, r 144 Ivy 
Montfort Smith, coFd, lab, r 270 Mangum 
Montgomery Andrew, col'd, lab, r 181 N Butler 
Montgomery Betsey, col'd, laundress, r 100 Elliott 
Montgomery Charles D, with M C <fe J F Kiser <fe Co, bds 10 

Wheat 
Montgomery Epsey, coPd, cook, r 48 N Broad 
Montgomery Jeremiah, col'd, lab, r 153 Luckie 
Montgomery Maria, col'd, laundress, r 38 Williams 
Montgomery Virginia C Mrs, r 150 Whitehall 
Moody Andrew, col'd, drayman Smythe & Perkerson 
Moody Berry, wks Ga R R, bds Fair, nw cor Terry 
Moody Edward, wks W & A R R 
Moody Green, colM, lab, r rear 26 Jones 
Moody W E, lab^ r 30 \Qctoria 
Moomaugh R H, trav agt, r 260 Peach tree 
Moon John L (Moon & McDowell), bds Kimball House 
Moon Robert T, bkkpr WE Cater, r 61 Whitehall 
MOON ft McDowell (J L Moou and W a McDowell), 

lawyers, 12 James' Bank Blk, 6} Whitehall 
Mooney Z A, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Moore Amos C, blacksmith Ga R R, r 80 McDonough 
Moore Anthony, col'd, lab, r21 Gullatt 
Moore A L, wks C R R, r 69 W Peters 
Moore Augustus, col M, lab , r Vine, nr W Fair 
MOORE BENJAMIN F, pres Moore's Sou Business Uni- 
versity, Broad, ne cor Alabama, r 120 8 Pryor. (See adv. 
• back cover.) 
Moore Bertrand, elk C H Strong 
Moore B, col'd, drayman, r es Rolling Mill, nr Rice 
Moore C E, with Boyoton Bros, bds 33 N Forsyth 
Moore C E, wid J A, r 310 Washington 
Moore Edwin G, prin Ivy St School, r 62 Forrest 
Moore Felix, col'cl, blacksmith, r 166 Marietta ^ 

Moore George, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Moore Giles, col'd, drayman, r l)et Marietta rd and W <& A R R 

ESirMUSLIN <^n<i LINEN SHIRTS, open front or back. Plaited fioMou 
made to order for $36 per doxen, at Wilson & Crbbkmur's, 25 WhitthalK 



17* A Yl9 19 A nriTQ Charged and Fair Settiements made bv 
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Moore Harvey, col'd, candymkr F E Block, r 161 N Calhoun 

Moore Henry, col'd, drayman, r 286 W Mitchell 

Moore Henry, eol'd, lab, r 18 McDonough 

Moore Jacob, painter Curtis & Smith 

Moore James W, r 58 Plum " 

Moore Jefferson, col'd, lab, r ss E Harris, nr Randolph 

Moore Jeremiah, col'd, blacksmith, 373 Peachtree, r ss North 
av, nr Williams 

Moore J C, conductor W & A R R 

Moore, Marsh & Co (W A Moore, E W Marsh, J A Smith, J A 
and R L Barry and J Kingsbery), whol dry goods, 18 De- 
catur 

Moore Mary, col'd, seamstress, r 166 8 Forsyth 

Moore Mary J, wid W C, r 551 Marietta 

Moore Monroe, col'd, lab, r 21 Holland 

Moore Michael A, tanner, r Pine, ne cor Plum 

Moore M, feeder J P Harrison «fe Co 

Moore Robert A^ painter, r 97 Larkin ' 

Moore Sallie E Miss, with Wheeler & Wilson Mnfg Co, r Pine, 
nw cor Plum 

MOOBE, SIMS ft GO (T Moore and F A and W I Sims), mil- 
lens, grooers and com mers , 1 35 Marietta 

MOOBFS SOUTHERN BUSINESS UNIVEB8ITT, B 

F Moore, pres; Broad, ne cor Alabama. (See adv. back 

cover.) 
Moore Thomas (Moore, Sims & Co), r county 
Moore Thomas R, printer Sunnv South, r 261 E Hunter 
Moore Til man, col'd, lab, r 25 Moseley 
Moore William, cord, waiter Nat Sun; In^t 
Moore William A (Moore, Marsh & Co), r 20 Cone 
Moore William C, painter J A Paris, r 102 Whitehall 
Moore W C, physician, 85 Marietta 

Meore W P, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r Wallace, se cor State 
Moorefield James H, printer Sunny South, r 81 W Cain 
Moran Pascal J, foreman Constilution, r 1 1 Walker 
Morel Louisa L, wid Bryan, r 149 N Calhoun 
Moreland An gelina, col'd, laundress, r Bellwood 
MOBETON TtOEJif grocer, 76 o Pryor, cor Hunter 
Morgan Allen P, elk A J Kiser, r 160 Thompson 
Morgan Benjamin, col'd, lab, r ss North av, nr Fort 
Morgan Caroline, col'd, laundress, r rear 324 Whitehall ^ 

Morgan Charles H, col'd, trustee Atlanta University, r 42 ^ 

Howell ^ 

Morgan David, saddler, 96 Whitehall r 158 S Forsyth g 



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Morgan Eliza, col'd, laondrees, r 380 Collins 
Morgan James M, student Hopkins <fe Glenn, r coantf 
Morgan Joseph H, sec and manager (Georgia Dept) Life Assn 

of America, 35 Marietta, r 40 Spring 
Morgan J T, wks W & A R R, r 56 Church 
Morgan Royal J, coFd, barber Markham House, r 24 McDonough 
Morgan Peter, col'd, lab, r 19 Holland 
Morgan Samuel col'd, wks Sou Agrl Works, bds 16 W Cain 
Morgan W H, wid F A, r 33 Powers 
Morgan — Rev, bds 61 S Forsyth 
Moring C 8, painter, 152 W Baker 
Morrill Frank, col'd, lab, r 196 Fraser 
MOBBILL WILLIAM C, pres Citizens Bank of Ga, |)re9 

Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, and treas W & A R R, r 249 Ivy 
Morris A L, wid J M, r 60 Whitehall -^ 

Morris Cbaries M (Faith & Morris), r Edgewood 
Morris Columbus S, grocer, 81 Peachtree, r 139 Wheat 
Morris David P (Morris & Bro), 203 Luckie 
Morris Edward, col'd, waiter National Hotel • 

Morris Elisha S (Morris & Bro), r 315 W Peachtree 
Morris Florence, col'd, laundress, r es Robbin, bet Glenn and 

Wells 
Morris H Mrs, dressmaker, r 202 Jones 
Morris James A, r 433 Peachtree 

Morris John, col^d, porter Hunt, Rankin & Lamar, r 312 Fort 
Morris John F, carpenter W & A R R, r 207 Luckie 
Morris John F, grocer, 88 W Peters, r 1 W Garnett 
Morris John H, fireman W & A R R, bds 201 Luckie 
Morris Joaeph S, engineer W A A R R, r 201 Luckie 
Morris Kate Miss, housekpr Bartow House 
Morris Leroy G, carpenter W <fe A R R, r 71 S Butler 
Morris Lewis S, grocer, 196 Marietta, r 201 Luckie 
Morris Martin, col'd, lab, r rear 40 Smith 
Morris Mittie Mrs (Mesdames. Morris & Lyon), r 60 Whitehall 
Morris S A (Terry & Morris), r 330 Decatur 
Morris Samuel E, meat market, 139 W Peters, r 13 Larkin 
Morris Spencer, col'd, porter W Powers & Sbn, r 220 Fort 
Morris lliomas A, bds 105 Ga R R 

Morris Virgil L, blacksmith W & A R R, bds 71 S Butler. 
Morris William, wks Atlanta Rolling Co 
MOBBIS ft BBO (D P <fe E S Morris), groceries and produce 

and millers, 46 Peachtree and 29 N Broad. 
Morris <fe Lyon Mesdames (Mrs M Morris and Mrs B Lyon), 
milliners, 60 Whi tehall 

PARTLY FINISHED Shirts, open back, 4-ply Bosomt and Cuflfs, 
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Morrison Angus (Morrison, Bain <& Co), rill Washington 
MOBBISON, BAIN ft CO (J Morrison, D M Bain and A 

Morrison) whol hardware and cutlery, 10 and 1 2 S Pryor 
Morrison F B, upholsterer, r 224 Elliott 
Morrison John (Morrison, Bain <& Co), r 55 Crew 
Morrison John C, wks C R R, r 37 Biock 
Morrison Levi, col'd, news agt, 77 Fair 
Morrison L A, molder, bds 224 Elliott 
Morrow A, fruit dealer, r 79 S Loyd 
Morrow George, col'd, wks A C Ladd, r 404 McDonough 
Morrow Jack W, wks C R R, r 142 Thompson 
Morrow James W, elk Ga R R, r 228 S Pryor 
Morrow Mary wid Oliver, r.55 S Broad 
Morse Loyd W, route agt U S Ry M S, r 5 Marietta 
Morse Zach, col'd, lab, r 31 Markham 
Morton Amanda, col'd, laundress, r 11 Church 
Morton Annie, col'd, cook, r 22 Corput 
Morton Carrie, col'd, laundress, r Pryor nw cor Wheat 
Morton Harriet, col'd, laundress, r 85 Spring 
Morton Henry, col'd, lab, Ms ws State, nr Wallace 
Morton Henry, ool'd, lab, r Edgewood 
Morton James, col'd, wagon rakr, r 570 Marietta 
Morton L, col'd, lab, r 6 Horton 

Morton Moses, col'd, driver O H Jones, r 21.3 W Mitchell 
Mosedale James, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Moseley Doc, col'd, lab, r 183 Chapel 
Moseley Elijah, cold, lab, r ss North av, nr Williams 
Moseley Henry, col'd, lab, r ss North av, nr Williams 
Moseley Samuel, col'd, lab, r 225 Clarke 
Moseley Samuel L (Merchant <& Moseley) ^ 

Moses Barbara, col'd, laundress, r Mitchell, nr Haynes 
Moses Benjamin F, bkkpr M W Johnson, r 32 W Alabama 
Moses Harriet, col'd, laundress, r es Robbin, bet Glenn and Wells 
Moses William, col'd, plasterer, r 84 Howell 
Moss A J, grocer, 233 ^ Hunter 
Moss Beulah, col d, cook, r 159 Fillmore 
Moss Cleburne, col'd, lab, r 225 Foster 
Moss Henry, col'd, carpenter, r 110 Ellis 
Moss Madison, col'd, lab, bds 60 W Simpson 
Moss Marv E Mrs, dressmkr, r 23 W Mitchell 
Moss Seaborn, col'd, lab, r 181 Ellis 
Mote John, wks Winship <& Bro, bds 143 Walton 
MOTES COLUMBUS W, photographer, 32 Whitehall, r 377 

S Pryor 

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Motts Nelson, ooFd, lunch room, 11 W Mitchell, r 222 W 

Mitchell 
Moulton Charles H, tel opr A-L Ry, bds 51 E Mitchell 
Moulton George, ool'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Moulton Henry, ool'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Moulton Henry H, with H H Hambright, r 51 E Mitchell 
Moultry Julius, cord, waiter Cannon House, r 7 W Peters 
Mount Pleasant Baptist Church, col'd, Rev W H Tillman, pas- 
tor; 63 Fort 
Mount Zion Baptist Church, col'd. Rev Owen George, pastor ; 

ss Qaker, e of Calhoun 
Moutry John, col'd, drayman, r 74 S Butier 
Moutry Elmira, col'd, laundress, r ss Henry, ur Mangum 
Moyer Isaac P, col'd, grocer, 149 W Peters 
Moyers G M, miner, r 262 Whitehall 

Moyers William T, lawyer, 6 Whitehall, bds National Hotel 
Muenter Frederick, prescription ist, r 63 Whitehall 
Muldoon M (Muldoon, Walton <fe Cobb), r Louisville, Ky 
Muldoon, Walton <fc Cobb (M Muldoon, J Walton, and C Cobb), 

marble workers and dealers, 5 E Alabama 
Mulford D S, manager Illustrated Weekly, 56 Whitehall, bds 

85 N Collins 
Mullennix Benjamin F, shoerakr, 83 S Broad, r 46 Thompson 
Mullennix William A, wks A Murphy, r 46 Thompson 
Muller Fred, bkkpr P Breitenbucher, r 27 Mechanic ^' 
Muller William (Monach & Mnlier), r 35 Marietta 
MULLER, see also MILLER 
Mullings Alexander, elk, bds 54 W Peters 
Mullings Charles K, elk Sheek & Co, bds 37 Walton 
Mumford Smith, col'd, lab, r rear 268 Mangum 
Mundy M C, wid E W, r 39 N Pryor 
Munger M L, organ builder G P Guilford, r 52 Whitehall 
Murdock Yelverton A, col'd, grocer, 157 Wheat, r 149 Irwin 
Murphey John W, elk State Treasurer, r 83 N Pryor 
Murphy Anthony, planing mill, Huntei^ sw cor Forsyth, r W E 
Murphy B J, baker, 274 Marietta 
Murphy Edward, elk Stephens «fc»Flynn, r 95 Jones 
Murphy Edward C, r 54 E Simpson 
Murphy Isaiah, col'd, lab, r rear 45 Forrest 
Murphy Kate Mrs, r 28 Hayden 
Murphy James A, elk J W Cotton, r 58 W Peters 
Murphy John, elk Kimball House Billiard Room 
Murphy John, fireman W & A R R 
Murphy John B, dentis t, 79 Whitehall, r 46 W Peters 

OPEN FRONT, or Back, partly finished Shirts, Plaited Bosoidb. 
made to order for $18 per do»en, at Wilson & Creekmar's, 25 Whitehall. 



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Murphy Joseph E, elk A O M Gay, bds 36 W Baker 

Murphy J W, shoe shop, 58 W Peters 

Murphy Malinda, ool'd, laundress, r 79 E Garnett 

Murphy Mary, wid Daniel, r 232 Fraser 

Murphy Mary C, wid Michael, r 164 E Hunter 

Murphy Michael, machinist W & A R R, r 70 W Foundry 

Murphy Michael K, conductor C R R, r 98 Elliott 

Murphy Thomas, bds 51 McDonough 

Murphy Timothy C, r 54 Formwalt 

Murphy Willis, col'd, carpenter, r 27 W Glenn 

Murray Bonaparte, col'd, former, r Bellwood 

Murray Calvin, col'd, hostler Redd & Taylor, r 103 Tattnall 

Murray Charles D, elk W E Cater, bds 97 E Mitchell 

Murray DH, elk, bds Campbell House 

Murray Edward L, bkkpr Traynham & Co, r 22 Bartow 

Murray Eunice B, wid John, r 108 Marietta 

Murray Pleasant, col'd, lab, r rear 82 N Calhoun 

Murray William, elk, bds 20 E Peters 

Murrell Watt, col'd, plasterer, r 256 W Mitchell 

Muse Charter C, tobacco, bds 127 S Pryor 

Muse Elliott H, r 127 S Pryor 

Muse George, bkkpr R PSKimbro, r 127 S Pryor 

Muse Lewellen H, bkkpr Hunt, Rankin & Lamar, r 1^7 S 

Pryor 
Muse William R (Taylor, Muse & Beall), r 83 Ellis . 
Musgrove John, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Myers Charles, col'd, barber, bds Whitehall 
Myers Charles, machinist W <fe A R R, r 169 W* Foundry 
Myers Dennis, candy roller F E Block 
Myers James, grain dealer, bds 65 Peachtree 
Myers John M, wks Elsas, May & Co, bds 166 W Hunter 
Myers J M, carpenter W & A R R 
Myers Matjlda, col'd, laundress, r 281 Fraser 
Myers Sarah E, wid Bernard, r 46 Rawson 
Myers William, wks Castleberry & Co, bds 28^ N Calhoun 
MYERS, see also MAYER and MEYER 
MTFATT PBTOB L, lawyer, 24 and 26 Kimball House 

Block, Wall, cor Pryor, r 103 E MitchelP 



ONE bat the best m&terial used. P 

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otorious contractor for plain and ornamental plastering. P. 0. box 103. ^ 

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NABRICK CLARK, col'd, farmer r 52 Wells 
Nace John M, coal and wood dealer, 29 and 287 Decatur 
Nagle Sarah, wid J H, r 65 W Foundry 
KALL JOEL S, asst postmaster and cashier, r 27 Cooper 
Nance John S, fireman W <fe A R R ,^ ^/tt . 

Nash Alphbnso L, col'd, barber, 10 W Hunter, r 19 W Hunter 
Nash Charles, col'd, carpenter, r 153 Thompson 
Nash Maria, col'd, laundress, r rear 51 W Garnett 
National Copying Co, James Finley, gen'l supt; J E Harding, 

sec;, 13 S Broad ;, j o 

NATIONAL HOTEL, James H Wagnon, propr; 6 and 8 

Peachtree ^r^^ n a 

NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO, J T Porter, manager; 7 and 

Q T^anetta " 

National Surgical Institute, Dr G W Handy, surgeon in charge; 
Dr K H Boland, sec and treas; Alabama, nw.cor Pryor 

Neal John, r 109 S Pryor ,, ^ „. 

Neal John Jr (Castleberry & Co), r 78 Collins 
Neal John L, wks W & A R R, bds 78 N Collins 
Neal Samuel, coFd, shoemkr, r Calhoun, sw cor Merritts av 
Nealon Johanna, wid Martin, r 212 Decatur 
Nealon S M, dep collector U S Int Rev, bds Markham House 
Nealy Jesse W, carpenter W & A R R, r 19 W Simpson 
Nelly Martin (Nelly &Maher),r 197 S Forsyth ^ 

NELLT & MATTRTt (M Nelly and J C Maher), Georgia sa- 
loon' and liquors, 4 E Wall ^ c. . TT 
Nelms John W, principal kpr Penitentiary, office State House, 

bds Wilson House 
Nelson Elbert, col'd, lab, r 32 Valentine 
Nelson O O (Traynham & Co), r Dawson, Ga 
Nelson Ruth, wid Charles, bds 202 Jones 
Nelson William, col'd, lab, r 161 E Cain 
Nesbitt Armstead, coFd, lab, r 95 Terry 

Nesbitt Emma, col'd, laundcess, r 46 W Alabama 

Nesbitt Jemima, col'd, cook, r 177 Ellis 

Nesbitt Mary, col'd, cook, r 46 W Alabama 

Nesbitt Primus, coVd, lab, bds 181 Ellis 

Nesbitt Stephen, col'd, lab, Ms 181 EUis 

Newman Dean, with G W Boroughs ACo, bds National Hotel 

Newman J Stanley, elk Dept Agriculture, bds Markham House 

Newman William G, contractor and builder, r60 Moore 

Newman William T, engineer A-LRy, r 82 Wheat 

Newman William T, lawyer, and City Attorney, 8 S Broad, r , 
140 Ivy 



POR SHIRTS. »•"*- Muslin and Linen, shield or square »«?<>»: fPJ»,f*^''* 
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^^"^B^n^^^ ^' watchman W & A R R^r Factory, se cor 

Newton Claiborne, col'd, hostler Street R R Qo 

Newton C S, com mer, 39 S Pryor, r 61 McDonouirh 

Newton Robert,^rd, drayman, r es Mitchell, nr jfaynes 

Newton William, blacksmith Sou Agrl Works 

Nichols Frank H (J C Nichols & Bro), r Cummings, Ga 

Nicho s John C (J C Nichols & Bro), bds Adams House 

NicholsJ C & Bro (J C and F H Nichols), mnfre stone pumps, 

Nichols Maria, coPd, laundress, r 175 Marietta 

Nichols Matthew, carpenter, r 65 Howell 

Nichols Wade, fireman W & A R R 

Nichols William, coPd, lab, r 210 McDonough 

Nicholson George A (Woodward & Co), r 152 Whitehall 

Nisbet John E, bds 160 S Pryor 

Nix Jane, coPd, laundress, r 12 Bradbary 

Nix John W, wks Sou Agrl Works, r 21 Johnson 

Nix Thomas, col'd, lunch room, 8 W Mitchell 

Noble Dixon, wks Noble <fe Giiford, r 155 Elliott 

Noble James, r 281 E Fair 

^®¥^ JAMES, JE (Noble & Gifford), and boiler mkr Ga 
R R Shop, r 281 E Harris 

NOBLE & OIFFOKD (James Noble, Jr, and J A Gifford), 
boiler makers, machinists and sheet iron workers, 199 Ma- 
rietta. (See adv. p. 68.) 

Nelan Anton A (Nolan & Doty), r 1 1 W Garnett 

Nolan Oscar, with Nolan & Doty, bds 11 W Garnett 

""S A^'^/^ ^ ^'^^*° ^"^ ^ ^<^*y)' ^«^ther and findings, 
67 Whitehall *^ 

Nolly John, col'd, blacksmith, r 64 Humphries 
Norcross Jonathan, r Thrasher, W E 

Norcross Virgil CRev, pastor Fifth Baptist Church, r Thrasher, 
WE 

Norman John W, driver Street R R Co, r 38 W Peters 

Norman Lewis, coPd, lab, r ns Merritt's av, nr Butler 

Norman Squire, col'd, lab, r ss Simpson, ^r Chestnut 

Norman William L, cabinet mkr, r DeKalb Co 

Norris Frank carpenter, r 66 Chnrch 

Norris H V M, carpenter, r 282 West Peachtree 

NorrissTohn C, watchman, rJ70 E Harris 

Norris John S, with Silvey & Dougherty, r 272 Peachtree 

Norris J D, wid Andrew, r 67 E Harris 

Norris Milton, ool'd, carpenter Longley & Robinson 

THEJIEIIIKtAW iOUTfaow offe« Throngli PULLMAN CARS Nel 
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Norris Robert H, with Silvej <fe Dougher^, r 160 Collins 
[orris Violet, ool'd, laondreas, r rear 85 Elliott 
a^ Jorris William, lab, r ws South, nr W Fourth 

1 North Alfred, ool'd, lab, r 54 Fuller's row 

i^orth American Ice Co, Alabama, bet Thompson and Forsjth 

2 North Catharine, coj'd, laundress, r Hunter, sw cor Terry 

5 North Joshua, col'd, candy mkr J Lagomarsino, r Hunter, sw 
^ cor Terry 

Northen Charles S, elk J C Carter, bds 156 Mangum 
Northen Hal Q, elk J M Bradstreet & Son Qo, bds 156 Mangum 
e Northen William P, jeweler J P Stevens, bds 166 Mangum 
S HOEWOOD CHARLES W, compiler Atlanta City Di- 
^ BBOIORT and directories of Memphis, Tenn, Little Rock, 
W- Ark,ctc,etc, bdsll2SPryor 
IS Nott Benjamin, grocer, 86 S Butler ' „^ , 

^ Nott John W, engineer A A W Pfc R R, r 82 S Butler 
"g NOTT, see also KNOTT 
O Nowell Emma, wid George, r 109 Decatur 
-r Nowland Jackson, col'd, lab, r 37 N Calhoun 
8 Noyes W J, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
U Nuckols Burrell, col'd, driver W S Bell, r 200 Fort 
O HXTKAN THOMAS, pass agt St L <& S E R R, 4 Kimball 
^ House, Pryor, r 66 Houston. (See index to adv.) 

2 Nunnally Aaron F (Nunnally, Hallman i&Co), r 30 Richardson 
^ Nunnally Elizabeth, col'd, laundress, r rear 280 W Peters 

^ NTTHNAIiLT, HALLKAK ft CO (A F Nunnally, J C 
" Hallman and T J Hightower), whol grocers, 55 Peachtree 

pd) Nunnally Henry, col'd, wks C R R 

e« Nunnally Susan, ool'd, laundress, r es Randolph, nr Houston 
^ Nutting Charles W, physician, 35 S Broad ^ 

Nutting Willard H, elk Atlanta Nat Bank, bds 20 Spring 

O'BRIEN JAMES E, elk J THagan, bds 130 Whitehall 
O'Connor Daniel A, barkpr Markham House 
O'Connor Elizabeth P Mrs, millinery and. fancy goods, 43 

Whitehall, r 61 Marietta 
O'Connor Frank, collector, r 35 Stonewall 
O'Connor Kate Mrs, millinery and fancy goods, 37 Whitehall, 

r 164 E Hunter 
O'Connor Moses, shoemkr, r 163 Marietta 
O'Connor Patrick, dk M Rich & Bro, bds 25 Stonewall 
'O'Connor Patrick A, elk W F Stokes <& Co, bds 61 MariAta 
O'Dell John, grocer, bds 26 Gilmer 
CDoonell Peter, with J Ryan . 




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O'Donnelly John, tailor and renovater, 9 E Hunter, r 
Larkin 

O'Donnelly Robert E, dk J Keely, bds 56 Larkin 

O'Keefe Sallie F, wid Dr D C, r 48 S Butler 

CKede Thomas, elk Regenstein <& Kutz, bds 159 Haynes ^ 

O'Neal Eli, col'd, lab, r 73 Bradley 

C N^M aria, col'd , cook, r Fort, ne cor Gain 

O'NEILL JOHH, meats and vegetables, Peachtree, cor For- 
syth, and 62 Decatur, r 289 Peachtree. (See adv. p. 76.) 

O'Neill Nora, wid Jeremiah, r 69 E Fair 

O'Neill P H, r 98 Decatur 

O'Neill William P, elk L L Guthman, bds 26 Luckie 

O'Quin James, storekpr Markham House 

O'Quin William B, elk Markham House, r 55 North Butler 

O'Shields Alfred, watehman Sou Agrl Works, r 27 Foundry 

CShields C, wid Isaac, r ns Henry, nr Elliott 

O'Shields John, candymkr F E Block 

O'Shields John (Simmons <& O'Shields), r 65 Rock 

O'Shields Simpson, drayman, r 389 Marietta 

CSullivan Dennis, spring mkr W & A R R, r 249 DecJitur 

O'Sullivan Patrick, wks Ga R R, r rear 170 E Hunter 

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OAKES WILLIAM, tailor, r 146 Jackson 
Oakland Cemeter j, L G Holland, sexton; eastern terminus 
Hunter 
Oatman S B, r 59 Luckie 
Odd Fellows' Hall, Whitehall, se cor Alabama . 

Odom Daniel A, fireman Ga R R 
Odom Creorge, col'd, drayman, r 48 Beckwith 
Odom John W, fireman A& WPtRR, rlO N Bell 
Odom Wesley, ooFd, wks Sou Agrl Works 
Odrich Catharine, wid P H, r 25 Hoge 
Ogbourne S B, wid W H, bds 50 N Broad 
Oglesby Burrell^ col'd, lab, r ss North av, nr WilUains 
Oglesby John, ool'd, carpenter, r 35 Kelley . 
Oglesby Junius G ( A C <Sf B F Wyly), r ss Richardson, w of 
Pryor 

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rletree Baltimore, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 19 
Davis 
r^gletree Bathsheba, wid Samuel, bds 47 Tattnall 
X>gletree George T (Dunn, Ogletree & Co), r 150 S Pryor 
•i!)gletree Henry, coFd, lab, r 53 Bush 

..Dgletree Samuel H, bkkpr Longley & Robinson, r Edgewood 
-Ogletree Thomas J, carpenter Longley & Robinson, r 32 Stone- 
'' wall 

fOldfield Albert N, supt tel oprs A-L Ry, r 229 S Pryor 
Oldfield Lucy Mrs, r 288 Eraser 
** Oliver Charles J, painter, r 69 Larkin \ 
-§ Olivep Cornelius, col'd, lab, r rear 170 Pine 
M Oliver John S ( J S Oliver & C#), r 38 Peachtree 

B Oliver Joshua, buyer J 8 Oliver & Oo^bds 38 Peachtree 
Oliver J S <fe Co (J 8 Oliver and W Hamilton), cotton mer- 
3 chants, Alabama, se cor Forsyth 

g* Oliver Lewis H, weigher J S Oliver & Co, bds 38 Peachtree 
^ Oliver Mary L Mrs, artist, 30 Whitehall, bds 67 N Pryor 
3 Oliver Robert, col'd, lab,'r rear 91 Larkin 
5 Oliver Thomas A, elk J S Oliver & Co, bds 38 Peachtree 

§ Olson Alexander, wks J Mann, bds 99 Stonewall 
Olson Lars, painter, r 99 Stonewall 
'g Opera House, Marietta, ne cor Forsyth 

S Orme Aquilla J, gcn'l agt A & N O Short Line and W Pfc R R, 
32 Loyd, r 28 Luckie 
Orme Francis H, physician, 18 N Broad * 
Orme Joseph T, bkkpr J Ben Wilson & Co, bds 67 Ivy 
ORME WnXIAH P, sec. and treas A & W Pt R R, 32 
r- L«yd, r 67 Ivy % 

1-4 OBMOnD JAKES, propr Atlanta Paper Mills, '43 S Broad, 
P4 r 62 Nelson 

O Ormond Robert M, elk, bds 62 Nelson 

H Ornstein Sigmand, elk Headquarters Dept of the South, bds 
2 62 Walker 

'^ Orphans' Free School, Mrs A P Hill, supt ; Walton, se cor 
fH Forsyth 

OQ Orr Edgar H, lawyer, r 64 Tattnall 

OXB QUSTAVXTS J, State School Comr, office State House, 
Eh r 5^ Tattnall 

Orr Joseph, col'd, shoemkr B Lumpkin, r 83 Houston 
jv On: Matilda, col'd, laundress, r 216 W Hunter 
^ Orr Samuel A, machinist W A A R fi, r 74 Mangum 
^ Orr Susan, col'd, laundress, r rear 139 Walker 

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Orr William B machinist W & A R R, bds 74 Mangum 

Osborne Archibald O, tel opr C R R, r 49 Wheat 

Osborne Charlotte, wid John, r 20 Elliott 

Osborne James M, carpenter, r 66 Chapel 

^borne James R D, bujer C H Strong, r 1 16 S Forsyth 

Osborne Mary, ool'd, oook, r 175 Marietta 

Osborne William F, fireman C R R, r 20 Elliott 

Osborne William H, farmer, r 25 Larkin 

Osgood E, cotton gins, bds 77 Decatur 

Oslin Asa, col'd, wheelwright, r rear 164 W Peters 

Usterloah Gerhard, teacher, r 8 Markham -^ 

^^'Tnutte?' <^h'«^ <^»k Hdqre Dept of the South, r 50 J 

Otem Albert, col'd, porter I S Mitchell, r Whitehall, nr Wind- 
sor ' 

Otto Rebecca, wid Christian, bds 93 Chapel 
Overton Sarah, wid John, r ns Mitchell, w of Pryor 
Owen Emily, wid Powell, r 54 Eraser 

Owen E W Mrs, elk, bds 43J Whitehall 
Owen John W, printer, r 110 Rhodes 
Owen Malinda, coFd, laundress, r 58 Fairlie 
.Owen M C Miss, teacher Clarke University, r 377 Whitehall 
Owen Onslow F (Bergstrom & Co) and elk Sou Ex Co, bds 25 
W Hunter 

Owen Robert C, wks W & A R R, r 110 Rho«bs 

Owen Washington G, physician, 14 Whitehall, r 20 E Mitchell 

Owens Alfred, col'd, lab, r 133 Ga R R 

Owens Benjamin F, carpenter, r Lee, W E 

Owens Calvin, bricklayer, r rear 28 Larkin 

Owens Horace P, elk, bds 375 W Petere 

Owens James E, propr Markham House 

Owens J D, with M C <fe J F Kiser & Co, r 33 Fulton 

Owens James T (Owens <fe Bro), r 105 Houston 

Owens Patrick H, policeman, r 13 W Peters 

Owens Stephen, elk E Steinheimer, bds Lowes' al, nr Larkin 

Owens William A, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 485 Marietta ^ 



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Owens & Bro (J T and W W Owens), grocers, 105 Houston 
Uwensby Thomas A, fireman A <& W Pt R R, r 110 Crew 
Owensby William, coUd, barber, r 60 Fuller's row 
Owings A Y, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 5 Hunnicutt 
Uwings Blairs, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Co 
Owings Elizabeth, wid R. bds 33 Fulton 
Owings John D, elk, r 33 Fulton 



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TIACE ANNA, col'd, laundreM, r Holland, nw cor Wells ^ 
r Pace Banks, col'd, lab, r 200 Ludkie ,j; 

pice Eliza, col'd, coek, r Holland^ oor Wells 
Pa^ GeotKia, co 'd, laundress, r Holland, cor Wells 
1:^ Sliah, col'd, driver, . 320 Peachtr^ 

Pace Mary, col'd, laundress, r ws Terry, nr Hunter 
?::::t!rKnnis S:barkpr C J Weinmeister r 48 G.lmer 
Padgit Mary, col'd, laundress, r 189 Chapel 
PagI Sarah, col'd, laundress, r 8 Peters 
Psie William R. butcher, r 214 Fraser 

pjne Edward T Jr, r 47 8 Forsyth 

Paine E Tattnall, sec Direct Trade Union, P of H, State House, 
r 76 Marietta 

PAINE, see also PAYNE „^ ^ ^ , 
Palmer Camille, col'd, nurse, r 79 S Loyd 

?: mer Emeline, col'd, l"«'dr''^',?'^Mill ?i^^ 
Palmer Frank, col'd ^H^^'f"** 5?":?8 M'H Co 
Palmer Friday, col'd, waiter J J Jolbert, r 212 *,±lunter 
Wmer F B, With J A Taylor, r 301 W M.tcheH 

?trr J g i go^fc1.Sm^^au] W I ESdruggists. 133 
W Peters 

Palmer Lavinia, col'd, cook, r 79 S Loyd 
Palmer S W, druggist 206 Marietta ^ 

Palmore Anna,, col'd, laundress, r ws I«, ^r Gleun 
Palmore Bettie, col'd, cook, r ws Ira, nr Glenn 



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Parkam Henry, ool'd^ wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 156 

Gray " , 

Parham Louise, ool'd, laundress, r 181 C R^ 
Paris Charles, col'd, blacksmith, bds 150 N Butler 
Paris John A, painter, 102 Whitehall, r 35 Eraser 
Paris Sarah A, col'd, saloon, 6 Ivv 
Paris William D, grocer, 93 W Peters, r 218 W Peter? 
Parish Janes, lab, r 7 Strong 
Parish James R, policeman, r rear 28 Larkin 
Parish John T, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r ns Marietta, nr 

Ponder's av 
Parish Sarah A Mrs, r s of Marietta nl, nr Mayson's Ferry rd 
Park A F, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r Pine, ne oor 

Luckie 
Park Dilmus C, wks Atlanta Rolling MiH^o, bds Pine, ne cor 

Luckie 
Park James R, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r Pine, necor 

Luckie 
Park John R, bkkpr, r 108 N Collins 
Park Narcissa, col'd, laundress, r rear 219 Marietta 
Park Roeanua B, wid John, r 163 Fillmore 
PABK WILLIAM T, physician, 4 Marietta, r 1 I^air, cor 

Whitehall 
Parker Alfred, col'd, wks Ga R R, r 166 Ellis 
Parker Amos, col'd, lab, r 127 Magazine 
Parker Eliza, col'd, laundress, r 294 Wheat 
Parker H J, r 161 Marietta 
Packer James, butcher, r 272 W Mitchell 
Parker John, col'd, porter Bowie & Gholstin, r ss Pine, nr Fort 
Parker J R, elk A C Ladd 
Parker Laura V, wid Rev J M, bds 135 SPryor 
Parker Madison G, bkkpr Rice & Mitchell, bds 198 Peachtree 
Parker Milton, col'd, waiter Kimball House, bds 17 W Hunter 
Parker Milton A, tray agt, r 323 Rawson, nr Smith 
Parker Sarah E Mrs, seamstress, r 93 S Broad 
Parker William B, wks AtlanU Rolling Mill Co 
Parker William C, r 161 S For«yth 
Parker W L, blacksmith, r 41 Moore 
Parkhurst William F, bkkpr Hunnicutt <S^ Bellingraths, r 5 W 

Clark 
Parkins William H, architect aad superintendent, 24 S Broad, 

r 222 E Harris 
Parks A F, roller Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Parks Burrell, col'd, lab, r Jennings al, bet Rawson and Jones 



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PAR 264 PAT 

Parks Dennis, coPd, gardener, r 237 W Hunter . 

Parks Dilcy, col'd, laundress, r 130 Irwin 

Parks Greorge, cord, drayman Jack <fe Holland, r 56 Richmond 

Parks Geerge, col'd, la^r 80 Fraeer 

Parks Griffin, col'd, carpentef, r rear 214 W Foundry 

Parks H H, Jr, trav agt Constitution, bds 112 S Pry or 

Parks John, col'd, lab, r ns Harris, nr Randolph 

Parks John, coFd, wks D G Jonca, r 64 Fuller's row 

Parks John R, bkkpr, r 108 N Collins 

Parks Richard, coFd, lab, r 283 McDonough 

Parmenter Henry R Rev, r 267 W Peters 

Parmenter J, engineer W & A R R 

Parr Benjamin W, minter, r es Randolph, nr Houston 

Parramore M E, saddles and harness, 22 W Alabama, r 5 Chapel 

Parrott George W (G W Parrott & Bro), r 17 Wheat 

Parrott G W & Bro (G W and T F Parrott), cotton merchants, 

Prvor, nw cor Hunter 
Parrott 'Samuel F, bkkpr G W Parrott & Bro, bds 17 Wheat 
Parrott Theodore F (G W Parrott & Bro), r 37 E Mitchell 
Parsons Albert, elk R Parsons, bds 27 Garnett 
Parsons Augustus, fireman A & W Pt R R 
Parsons Charles, col'd, carpenter, r 173 Markham 
Parsons Charles, wks A& W PtR R, r 168 Jones 
Parsons George, col'd, lab, r ns Houston, nr limits 
Parsons James A, elk, bds 27 W Grarnett 
FABSONS BICHABDr meat market, J29 Wjiitehall, r 27 

W Garnett 
Patch Mary C Miss, dressmkr, 66 Whitehall, r 80 Decatur 
Pate James E, wks Ga R R, 120 Gullatt 
Pate Jesse, shoemkr, r 317 Collins 
Pate Joseph, printer Constitution 
Patison James B, shoemkr W H Stroud, r 65 Rock 
Patraan James, col'd, lab, r 83 W Hunter 
Patrick Albert, col'd, lab, r 31 S Bell , 

Patrick Emma, col'd, laundress, r 282 Decatur I 

Patterson Aaron col'd, porter National Hotel 
Patterson E A, wid G W, r 410 Marietta 
Patterson James B, bkkpr W H Patterson, r 70 Alabama 
PATTEBSON JAMES L, moldings, 175 S Forsyth, r 81 

Stonewall 
Patterson John D, conductor A-L Ry, bds 39 N Pryor 
Patterson Sanford S, marble cutter W Gray, r 81 Stonewall 
FATTEBSpN' WlLLIAM H, teller Citizens' Bank of Ga, 

and millinery goods, 2 S Pryor, bds Kimball House 

IN£ ALL* LINEN Shirts made to order at $48 per dozen and up- 
wards, at WILSON & CRBEKMUR'S. 25 Whitehall. 



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Patterson William M, marble cutter W Gray, r 81 Stonewall 
PattUlo George, col'd, porter, r 28 High 
Pattillo Harriet, col'd, laundress; r 28 High 
Pattillo John, col'd, lab, r 335 E Hunter 
Pattillo William F, with W P Pattillo, r De catur, G a 
PATTILLO W P, ^n'l ins ap^t, represent»iBTHA IS S CO, 
of Hartford ; HOME UTS CO, of N Y ; NOBtH 

BBTTISH AND MEBCANTILE H fS CO, of Eng- 
laud; FBANKLDIINS CO. of Penn ; FHEll iX DTS 

CO, of N Y ; PHCEinX nr S CO, of Hartfor d ; gEQB - 
OIA HOME INS CO, of Columbus, Ga ; SOTTSWBBS 

MTTTUALINS CO, of Athens, Ga; HAMBTirBO-BBE- 
MEir nrS CO, of Germany ; TBAVELEBS^ LIFE 
& ACCIDENT INS CO, of Hartford, 3 Pryor, r 167 E 
Fair 
Patton Julius M, cashier Ga Banking & Trust Co, r 116 Mc- 
Donough 
Paul Don E, elk R Pause, bds 53 W Simpson 
Paul Luther M, elk H Van Epps, bds 53 W Simpson 
Paul Robert K, carpenter, r 53 W Simpson 
PAUSE BOBEBT, restaurant and saloon, 14 Marietta, r 37 

WCain 
Paxon Charles, tel opr, r 291 Collins 
Payes Asbury, col'd, porter G R Boiler 
Payne Alexander, col d, drayman, r 58 Fuller's row 
Payne Charles, col'd, wks Hunnicutt <& Bellingraths > 

Payne Columbus M, r 22 Spring 
Payne D^vid, col'd, cook, r Terry, bet J^nes and Fair 
Payne Edwin T, grocer, 395 Marietta, r 269 Luckie 
Payne Fannie, col'd, cook, r rear 74 N Collins 
Payne George, col'd, wks D G Jones <fe Co 
Payne Horace, contractor, r 177 Clarke 
Payne Lucy M Mrs, r 383 Marietta 

Payne Richard R, junk dealer, 77 S Pryor, bds 25 W Hunter 
Payne Robert, col'd, lab, r ws Haynes, nr Thurmond 
Payne Robert F, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 432 Marietta 
Payne Robert T, wks Hunnicutt & Bellingraths, r 149 W Baker 
Payne Samuel, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Payne Simon, col'd, wksStmr Mechanic No 2, r 798 Butler 
Payne Squire, col'd, lab, r ss Hunnicutt, nr Williams . 
Payne Warren D, machinist, r 276 Peaehtreer 
Payne's M E Chapel, Rev J A Reynolds, pastor; Hunnicutt, sw 

cor Luckie 
PAYNE, see al so PAjCNE ■ 

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Pay ton William K, fireman, r Lee, W E 

Peaoock Frederick S, druggist, 158 W Peters, bds Cannon House 

Peacock James T, i" 10 W Garnett 

Peacock William J, wks Winship & Bro, bds 148 Haynes • 

Peak Ella, coi'd, laundress, r ns C^x, nr Fort 

Pefik Green, col'd, r ns Maysou's Ferry rd. Bell wood 

Peak Nelson, col'd, lab, bds 294 Wheat 

Peak Warren, col'd, driver, r ns Magazine, nr Vine 

Peiifce W W, route agt U S Ry M S, bds 82 S Pryor 

Pearson Robert, driver, r 88 Walker 

Pease Oliver L, restaurant, 13 E Alabama, r 133 E Hunter 

Peavy Joseph, col'd, porter Landrum & Bostwick, r 100 Spring 
p^ Peavy Rachael, col'd, laundress, r 100 Spring 
^ Peavy James, col'd, porter J A Taylor, r 113 Markham 

. peek Alfred,* col'd, sampler G W Parrott & Bro, r 17 Wheat 
20^eck Edward, col'd, harness mkr Street R R Co 
* Ptek Francis J Rev, col'd, pastor First African M E Church, 
M r 147 Wheat 

o Peck Frank H, elk J C Peck & Co, bds 83 Ivy 
:S Peck George S, bkkpr J C Peck & Co, b^s 83 Ivy 

Peck John B, supt A-I. Ry, 56 E Wall, r 142 Peachtree 

Peck John B, elk, r 296 Whitehall 

Peck John C, lumber mnfr, r 83 Ivy 

Peck John E, col'd, harnessmkr D S Miller, r 139 McDaniel 
S Peck J C & Co (succeeded by L H Hall & Co), contractors, car- 
•g' , penters and builders, 224 Marietta 
S Peck Leroy M, painter, r 56 Church 
5 Peck William F (W F Peck & Co), r 66 E Ellis 
S Peck William H, editor, r 173 Peachtree 
>% Peck Willis, r 142 Peachtree 

Peck W F & Co (W F Peck and Er Lawshe), notions, 10 l)e- 
catur 
^ Peek W C, with Cohen & Selig 
g Peel David G, baker, r 25 Irwin 
^ Peel John, saloon, 10 S Broad, r 41 Peachtree 
5 Peel William L, cashier Bank State of Ga, r Wheat, sw cor 
a Collins 

8 PEEPLES CINCINNATnS, judge Superior Court, r 11 E 

^% Peers John L, grocer, 39 W Peters 

S Peers John S, elk, bds 39 W Peters 

g PEISGE C H, sec and treas A & C A-L Ry, 56 E Wall 

W Pelham Peter, with H Banks, Jr, r Kirkwood 

Pi4 Pelligrini Pellegrino (Pellegrini & Castlcberry) 



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Pell^ni & Castleberry (P Pellegrini and Zack Castleberry), 
terra cotta works, 178 Chapel 

Pelot John D, with Wheeler & Wilson Mnfg Co 

Pelot JuHus D, elk Kimball House 

Pelot W J, lab Ga R R, r 105 Ga RR 

Pemberton J S Dr, with G J Howard, r Washington, cor Alabama 

Pemble Charles, medicine mnfr, 39 S Broad, r Marietta, IM 
Peachtree and Broad 

Pemble Robert M, elk, 39 S Broad 

Peadleton E M Dr (Pendletons & Lampkin), bds 316 White- 
hall 

Pendleton Henry, col'd, lab, r 165 Davis 

Pendleton Henry C, r 160 Mangum > 

Pendleton Isabella, wid William, Ws 169 Haynes ^ , ^, ^ 

Pendleton James C, elk Pendletons & Lampkin, bds 316, 

Whitehall . ^ , , 

PENDLETON JOHN T, lawyer, and city recorder and aud- 
itor, 62 Whitehall, r 169 Haynes V \,,^^..' 
Pendleton William M (Pendletons & Lampkin), r 316 White- 

FENDLETONS & LAMPKIN (E M and W M Pendleton 
and W L Lampkin), whol cigars and tobacco, produce and 
fertilizers^ 29 W Alabama 

Pendley Elizabeth, wid Thomas, r 149 North av 

Penn Fannie, col'd, laundress, r 22 Collins 

Penn Thomas J, policeman, r 77 Gra RR 

Pennick Clifford R, elk Ballard & Freeman, r 171 Simpson 

Pennington Matthew, elk, bds 123 Nelson 

Penny E J, col'd, janitor Atlanta University, r Hunter, nw cor 

Vine ^ o ^r • 

Penny Hampton H^ wks Street R RCo. r 47 S Martin 
Pepler Agnes, wid Charles, r ws Gate City, nr limits 
Perdue F P, with Romare & Perdue, r 64 Hayden 
Perdue John, col'd, dravman, r ss Henry, nr Mangum 
Perdue John A (Romare & Perdue), r 55 Hayden 
PEEKERSON ANOUS M, sheriff Fulton^, r 23 W Baker 
Perkerson Daniel (Smythe & Perkerson), r ss Haynes, nr Meters 
Perkerson Dempsey, conductor C R R, r ss Haynes, bet Peters 

and ^^alker •»-• 

Perkerson John A, with Howard, Wood & Co, bds 61 S For- 
syth ^/vA T^ 1 
Perkerson Rebecca, col'd, laundress, r rear 196 Decatur 
Perkins Henry, col'd, blacksmith, r Randolph, se cor Irwin 
Perkins Mary V, with H S, r 145 Decatur 



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Perley J, jewelry, 7 Peachtree, bds National Hotel 
Permenter Jesse, engineer W <(? A R R, r 73 Elliott 
;a Perry Andrew, col'd, shoemkr, 133 N Calhoun 
^ Perry Annie Miss, dressmkr Miss A Madden 
^ Perry Charles, col'd, wks National Hotel 
5 Perry Isham, coPd, lab, r' us Blackmon, nr Currier 
g Perry Louise, eol'd, laundress, bds 252 Crew 

Perry Mary Ann, col'd, domestic, r al, bet Markbara and Tatt- 
^ nail 

^ Pferry Philip, col'd, lab, r Kickliehter row, W E 
-g Perry Richard, col'd, lab, r ws Randolph, nr Irwin 
1^ Perry Royal J, col'd, barber, bds 24 McDonough 
d Perry Stephen, ool'd, waiter Wilson House 

Perry man Francis M, bkkpr Moore, Marsh <& Co, bds 124 S 
j^ Pryor 

g Perryman Thomas, plasterer, bds 162 E Simpson 
^ Persons Edward, col'd, barber W T> Hutchins, rlS Marietta 
' Peters Edward C, supt Street R R Co, r 99 S Forsyth 
Peters Richard, pres Street R R Co, r 99 S Forsyth 
Peters Sallie, coPd, laundress, r rear 80 Gilmer 
Peters Simon, cord, lab, r ws Tumlin, nr W Fourth 
Petershell Matthew, f Green's. Ferry av 
Peterson Josiah S, with Singer Manfg Co, r 190 N Calhoun 
^ Peterson Nancy E, seamstress, bds Barracks av, cor Chapel 
^ Petrucelli M, wks Pelligrini & Castleberry, r Green's Ferry av 
M Pettis Edward, coPd, lab, r 273 W Mitchell 
P^ Pettis Harrison, with O H Jones, r 72 Martin 
«o Pettis William, engineer, r 11 Mechanic 
^ Pettus Edmund W, tel opr, bds Amos, nw cor Lee, W E 
g Pettus John G Dr, r Amos, n w cor Lee, W E 
^ Petty Abraham, col'd, wks Tolbert & Bro, r county 
O Petty J P^ elk, bds 40 Ivy 

p4 Petty Matthew, col'd, lab, r ws Crowell, nr limiU 
Xn Peyton Dinah, col'd cook, r ns Forrest, nr Calhoun 
m Peyton Rachel, ool'd, laundress, r ns Tumlin, nr Wallace 
O Peyton R G, lab, r Bellwood 
2 Peyton Sarah, col'd, laundress, r rear 141 Walker 
^ Pfeifer Charles M (Mayer, Son & Co), r270 Whitehall 

Pfund August, baker H Karwisch, bds 91 Decatur 
w Pharr Benjamin G, jeweler, 210 Marietta, r 72 Rock ^ 
■^ Phel|>8 Ansel B, bkkpr J H James, r 344 Peachtree 

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Phillips Andrew, colM, lab, r Peeples, cor Spring, W E 

Phillips Anthony, col'd, coachman, r rear 50 Ivy 

Phillips Columbus^machinist, r 302 Decatur 

PHILLEPS, CREW & FRETEE,(H T Phillips, B B Crew 

i>L.ii^" i Freyer), pianos and organs, 10 Marietta 

Phillips Emma, col'd, seamstress, r W Humphries, nr limits 

Phi ips George H, watchman A & W Pt R R depot, r 168 Jones 

S?! !P* ^^^""^y^ col'd, lab, r Vine, nr Parsons 

Phillms Harvey T (Phillips & Crew, and Phillips, Crew & 

Freyer), r 308 Peachtree ^ 

Phillips Henry, blacksmith A-L Ry, r 71 King 

Phillips James, lab, bds rear 614 Decatur 
PhilKps James, col'd, lab, r 62 Howell 

Phillips Joel, carpenter, r Edgewood 

Su-ll-^ Jo^°> col'd, lab, r Maple, nr Parsons 

Phillips John H, wagon mkr, r es South, nr 4th 

Phillips John W, elk Stewart, Wood & Fain ^ 

Phillips King, col'd, lab, r rear 122 Houston 

Phillips Mary Miss, seamstress, r 136 E Cain 

Phillips Miles, cord, lab, r W Humphries, nr limits 

Phillips Rufus, drayman, r rear 614 Decatur 

Phillips Sarah Mrs, r ns Mitchell, w of Pryor 

lu^uf' ^;!ii!«°^ R (^ R Phillips Jr & Co), r 41 N Forsyth 
Phillips William R Jr.(W R Phillips Jr & Co), bds 41 N 

Forsyth ^ 

Phillips Wyatt, col'd, lab, r rear 28 Larkin 
Phillips W A, carpenter A-L Ry, r Edgewood 
Phillips W R Jr, & Co (W L and W R Phillii)8, Jr), grocers, 

41 Peachtree ^ ' 

PHnilPS ft CREW (H T Phillips and B B Crew), book- 
sellers, stationers, and musical merchandise, 8 and 10 
Marietta 

Phinozee Charles, coPd, waiter Kimball House 

Phipps Thomas, elk J Keely, r 188 Whitehall 

Pickens James, wks Ga R R, bds 272 E Fair 

Pickert A F, watchmkr, r 62 Broad 

Pickert A F Mrs, milliner, 46 Whitehall, r 62 Broad 

Pickings Richard, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 

Pierce Bird, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 

Pierce E B, wid T, r 123 Marietta 

Pierce Fred, elk S Willing, r Jones, cor Pettis 

Pierce George, coPd, lab, r Foster, nr Ella 

tierce ME Chapel, W Laird, supt; ss Rawson, bet Smith and 
Mood 

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2 Pierce Nancy Mrs, r 7 Strong ,.* w_.»r ;.;< ;., : ; j > i-.'*-.fii ju" 
#• Pierce Robert, col'd, drayman, r 178 E H„r,8 p,„;i,t«p - 

1 Pierce William Rev, col'd, pastor St Paul's A M E Church, r 

^ 61 Wells ^i;^'W'^'fi!^-';$'mjmm 

S'Pierson James, carpenter, r 121 Chai>cl t. ;',vj, .tsr vt 1 K^-t, v ' 

•^ Pike Samuel R, tailor, r 10 Scofield al ;.;;,:,, ,^-4itv.^i fvWfttJKrf 

8 Pilerim Green A, gardener, r 268 ^onea J^ v^-' . .^>^ - • ,n 

5 Pillrim Isaac B, printer Constitution, r 268 Jona 

1 PhSkney Charlw; physician, 25 Peachtree, r 94 Walton 

I Pinckney Cotesworth, elk p'& G T Dodd & Co. bds Walton, 

I PinckneyThn M, tailor, 43 Peachtree Ms 189 N Butler 

1 Pinckney Mary, col'd, laundress, r 292 N Calhoun 

P* Pines Charles S, policeman, r 7 Ownfte p„ , mi w A" 

pi Pinion Sanford V, roller Atlanta Rolling Mill Co r 104 W &^ 

t Pinso^ A^, physician, 158 W Peters, rl27 W Fair 

* Pinson John L (Pinson & Holt , r De^tur, Ga ..1^9 
»i Pinson & Holt (J L Pinson and P R Holt), druggists, 102 

I PIoSSS BOILEE & SHEET lEON WOEM. Noble 

* & Gifford, proprs ; 199 Marietta. (See adv. p. 68.) 

a Pitchford Daniel, city collector, r 29 Williams 
P t^hfoS del Jrf elk Phillips & Crew, bds 29 Williams 
^ Ktoer Charles H, mUler J C Davis, bds Walton se cor Bartow 
W Pitt Julian V, cigar mkr Cassidy & Maher, r 44 S Pryor 
I Pitman Alexander H, carpenter, ^ 21 Packard 8 al , 

I Pittman A Mace, pass agt, 4 Kimball House, bds 81 *- Ala 

1 PittiS^Chaney, col'd, laundress, r ws Haynes, bet Chapel and 

§ nrnmr DANIEL. ordinary, City Hall, r 109 S Pryor 
5 fSTKJhSJAfrltnsfer elk V & A R R, r 86 Wheat 
Jd Pittman Samuel, col'd, blacksmith, r ws Hilliarf, nr Irwin 
'O Pittman Seaborn, col'd, wks W & A R R. r 36 Fort 
5 Pittman Seymour, col'd, lab, r 91 Rock rnav,,, 

P^ Pittman William H, printer J P Harrison & Co, r 50 S For- 

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p-i Pitts C A, r 481 Peachtree ,„ o « j 

2 Pitte Jama C, carpenter J C Peck & Co, r 19 S Broad 
•^ Pitte Joseph W, wks Winship & Bro, bds 481 Peachtree 
*^ Pitts M F, grocer, 264 Decatur 

d SlT?lS0B«t'd4SS Whitehall, r 61 W Mitchell 






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Piatt Susan, wid E, r 61 W Mitchell 

Pleasant Grove Baptist Cbarch, col'd^ Rev Charles Jones^ {>a8- 

tor; es Reed, 8 of Crumley '*- 

Pleasants George, coFd, lab, r 56 Fairlie 
Pleasants Henry, coFd, plasterer, r 26 Fairlie. - v^^ 
Plum Charles, conductor, r 66 S Loyd 
PLVMHEB E T, watches, clocks and jewelry, 17 Whitehall, 

r 12 W Peters 
Poindezter £ H, harnessmkr, bds 60 Whitehall 
Poindexter M L Miss, with Mesdames Morris & Lyon, r 60 

Whitehall 
Pointer David, col'd, lab, r ws Vine, nr Foundry 
Polen Charlotte, coFd, laundress, r 181 C R R 
Polen Mary A, col'd, laundress, r 262 Marietta 
Police Headquarters, 47 S Pryor 
Polk James K, collector, bds 65 Peachtree 
Polk Melissa, col'd, seamstress, r 12 Chapel 
Polk Thomas, col'd barber, r 35 Church 
Pollard Ella, col'd, laundress, r 22 Moseley 
Pollard Harry, col'd, lab, r 135 Formwalt 
Pollard Mary, wid Henry, t 175 Irwin 
Pollard Robert, col'd, brick mason, r rear 135 E Cain 
Pollard Sylvester, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Pollard Thomas J, gen'l ins agt, 5 E Alabama, r 56 Whitehall 
Pollock Joseph W, carpenter, r ss Hunter, nr Port 
Ponder Buck, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Ponder James M, with A C & B F Wyly, r 288 Whitehall 
Ponder L A, wid A, r rear 72 Mangum 
Ponder Moses, col'd, lab, r ns Forrest, nr N Calhoun 
Ponder Prince, col'd, wagon mkr, r 45 Valentine 
Pool George, col'd, drayman Cook & Stewart, r Baker, se cor 

Spring 
Pool James, col'd, wks W & A R R, r 226 W Hunter 
Pool William H, saloon, 4 Loyd, r Alabama, nr Washington 
Poole Benjamin J» carpenter, r 219 W Peters 
Poole George W, r rear 28 Larkin 
Pope Charles, col'd, lab, r 76 Jenkins 
Pope David W, elk R W Tidwell, r 46 Tattnall 
Pope Elizabeth, ool'd, grocer, 295 N Calhoun 
Pope Hattie, ool'd, seamstress, r rear 147- Fillmore 
Pope John W, engineer Ga R R, r 19 Moore 
Pope Thomas A, policeman, r 3dK) Haynes 
Porter Benjamin H, elk, bds 29 Powers 



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§ Porter Hugh L, elk Markham House 

-*• Porter James H (Porter A Davis), and ticket act Union Depot, 

5 r 9 Wheat r 

« Porter James S, guard Union Depot, r 27 West Peachtree 

fPOBTEB JOSEPH T, manager Nat Pub Co, and Jones 
Bros <fc Co, 7 and 9 Marietta, r 63 McDonough 
o Porter M Jennie, wid i> A, r 60 Williams 
g Porter Simon, col'd, carpenter, r 29 Biggers 
a Porter Thomas, coPd, wks Ga R R, r 17 N Calhoun 
^ Porter Walter B, elk G J Howard, bds 35 N Pryor 
^ FOSTER & DAVIS (J H Porter, J Davis and J W Mea- 
•3 kin), foundry and machine shop, 95 Gra R R, cor King^^ 

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g Poss Albert, lab, r ns Dairy, w of McAfee 
^ Poss E L, puddier Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 483 Marietta 
Poss Linn, lab, r 47 Victoria 

Poss Martha J, wid George W, r Mayson's Ferry rd, nr Mari- 
•g etta rd 

§ Poss S E, wid Thomas E, r Mayson's Ferry rd, cOr Marietta rd 
•g Poss W L, puddier Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
<g Post Andrew J (Wilkins, Post & Co), r Jersey City 
S POST OFFICE, ss Marietta, bet Forsyth and Spring 
^ Post Spen cer, c oFd, shoemkr, r 114 Walker 

FOSTELL JOHN, civil engineer W <fe A R R, r 20 E Mitchell 

^ Potter, Campbell & Co (E M Potter, L D Campbell Jr and ), 

spice mills, 105 S Pryor 
rt Potter E M (Potter, Campbell & Co), r 105 S Pryor 
C> FOTTS FBANK M, whol liquors and cigars, 19 E Alabama 
c^ r 130 Luckie , 

. Potts Henry, with F M Potts, bds 130 Luckie 
S Pounds Abel F, wks W <fe A R R, bds 186 Davis 
p^ Pounds John G, city tax collector, r 186 Davis 
J Pounds Mary, col'd, nurse, r 319 W Mitchell 
^2 Pounds Thomas, candy mkr, bds 186 Davis > 

\*J Powell Abraham, ool'd, wks Castleberry & Co, r Chapel, nr 
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P^ Powell Charles, notions^ Whitehall, ne cor Alabama, r county 
W Powell Charles L (Wright & Powell), r 86 S Broad 
Pq Powell Delila, wid James, r 10 South, nr Wallace . 
^ Powell D, bds 37 Walton 
^ Powell F T, physician, 56 Peachtree, r 15 Merritt's av 

OKH Powell G W L (Powell, Hall & Co), Ms Forsyth, ne cor Grubb 
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class Bindery and Blank Book Manufactory in this city, where I expect to do the besj 
work at prices to suit all. Seven years' foremanship of the largest establishment of the kind in : 
section ^enables me to guarantee satisfaction in every instance. The facilities of this establishment 
doing all classes of work known in the art of Book Binding, are unsurpassed by any house So 
Busmess men, Railroad officials and County officers will do well to call for estimates before having t 
work done elsewhere. Music, Law Books and Magazines bound and re-bound. Indexes cut, lia 
beautifully marked, numbering, paging, etc. -..; .^.^^.^ 

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POWELL. HALL & CO (G W L Powell, M Hall, and J J 
Powell), whol and ret grocers, 26 Peachtree 

Powell Isabella, wid E F, r 1 2 Martin 

Powell James T, printer J P Harrison ifc Co, bds Callaway 
House 

Powell Jeremiah, oord, lab, r 134 W Foundry' 

Powell John, elk, bds 26 Luckie 

Powell John D, with J J Williams & Co, r 54 W Pet»s 

Powell John F, painter N McKinley 

Powell Jphn J (Powell, Hall & Co), r 166 Luckie ^ 

Powell Lewis, lab, r es James, nr Spring 

Powell Sanford M, carpenter, r nr Mayson's Ferry rd, Bellwdod 

Powell Seth, machinist, r 1 Emma 

Powell Susan, wid William, r 28 Cedar 

POWELL THOMAS S, physician, and editor Sou Med Re- 
cord, 82 S Pryor 
Powell Walter, bds 153 W Peters 
Powell William, waiter, r 127 Wheat 
Powell William A (Howard, Wood & Co), r 79 Luckie 
Powell William H, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 16 Emma 
Powell Araminta Miss, seamstress, r 307 N Calhoun 
Powers Carrie, coPd, laundress, r 37 Richmond 
Powers Charles B, elk W A Shannon, bds 183 S Pryor 
Powers Eugene, grocer, bds 32 N Forsyth 
Powers Frank, wks M W Johnson 
Powers Harrison, carpenter J A Tuttle, r 34 Gilmer 
Powers Henry C, r 12 Houston 

Powers Margaret, col'd, laundress, r ns Johnson, nr Mangum 
Powers Margaret Mrs, r 34 Gilmer' 
Powers William (W Powers & Son-), r 36 Ivy 
Powers William E ( W Powers <fc Son), r Hunter, ne cor Forsyth , 

POWERS W & SON (W and WE Powers and WB Watts), 
grocers whol and ret, 34 Peachtree 

PBATHEB JOHN S, bus manager J P Harrison <& Go, r 
23 Haydea 

Pratber 8 V Mrs, teacher Marietta St School, r 23 Hayden 
PRATT CHARLES, gen'l agt U S Fertilizing & Chemical 

Co, 10 Centennial Bldg, r Marietta, Ga 
Pratt James A, tinner J Warlick «fe Sons, r Bellwood 
Pratt Rebecca Miss, seamstress, r 56 Hilliard 
Pratte B A, elk, r 49 E Cain 

Prell Abraham B, elk M Menko & Bro, bds 79 S Pryor 
Pressnell George W, carpenter, r Liberty, cor Holland 
Price George E, with G W Price, r 132 Spring 

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^ Price Qeprge W, boots, shoes, leather and findings, 35 Peachtree, 
a r 5t Wheat 

g^ Price James, ool'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 21 Chatta- 

X Pric(? Nathan, col'd, wks S B Wight, r 9 Riggers 

^ Price Thomas R, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 16 Emma 

^ Pridgeon W A, tinner, r 290 Decatur 

^ Priest Lewis, col'd, lab, r 273 N Calhoun 

tS Prim Isaiah J, grocer, 70 Peachtree, r 283 West Peachtree 

•S Primitive Baptist Church, coFd, Smith, ne eor Glenn 

^ Prince Charles Rev, col'd, r 76 Milliard 

^ Prince Charles P (Woodward & Prince), bds 50 Decatur 

• Prince James, elk Jack <fe Holland 

3 Prince Mary, wid Daniel, r 42 W Fair 
P4 Prince Reuben C, contractor, r 148 Nelson 
r< Pringle Bettie, coFd, laundress, r81 E Garnett 

§ Pringle Maggie, col'd, laundress, r Edgewood 
O Pringle Wylie, col'd, farmer, r 8 Chapel 

fS Prioleau Samuel, with Cox, Hill & Thompson, bds National 
J Hotel 

Gi Prior Garland S, grocer, 48 Peachtree, r 268 Peachtree 

® Prior Robert T, elk G S Prior, bds 268 Peachtree 

fi Prisock M J, woodyard, 160 Decatur, r es Savannah, nr Fort 

^ Pritchett J C, conductor W & A R R, r Calhoun, Ga 

, Pritchett Thomas J, propr Campbell House, 54 and 56 Decatur 
Qj Prof hitt W Z, fireman W A A R R 

• Prothro David, col'd, lab, r es Mitchell, nr Hayes 
Prothro Gustavus A, physician, r 196 Jones 

#H Proudfit H W, harness njkr D Morgan 

' Provence Mary A, wid Hiram, r 135 Marietta. 
Pruden W B, col'd, porter Taylor & Wimberly 
Pruitt Lucinda wid John, r 135 Marietta 

J- Pruitt Major, col'd, wks Markham House 

g Puckett Lula Miss, with F E Block, r 50 S Pryor 
jgj Puckett Milton, col'd, lab, r 80 Houston 
1^ Puckett R A, wid J A, r 50 S Forsyth 

%^ Pugh John, lab, r ns Dairy, w of McAfee 
^ Pullen Charlotte, col'd, domestic, r 65 S Forsyth 

m Pullen Columbus, col'd, wks J F Edwards, r W & A R R, nr 
•g Hunter 

P^Pullen Henry, col'd, waiter Mrs E Bell, r 68 N Pryor , 

a Pullen Nancy, laundress, r 55 Valentine 
^ Pulliam Lewis, col'd, brickmason, r 38 Bradbury 
u Pulliam Nelson, col'd, drayman, r 29 Maple 



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Pulliam Sarah, col'd, laundre85i, r 34 Forrest 

Pullum Thomas, druggist, r 37 VYashiogton 

Purifoy Alfred, col'd, farmer, r es Crowell, nr limits 

Purrington Rosa, col'd, laundress, r Edgewood 

Purse Isaiah, mer broker, r 222 S Pryor 

Pursley James S, manager Wheeler & Wilson Mnfg Co, 58 

Whitehall, r 155 Whitehall 
Purtell E C, tailor, r 43 Whitehall 
Purtell E C Mrs, boarding, 43 Whitehall 
Puryear William H, r 213 Marietta 
Pyron Charles E, elk Hughey & Pyron, bds 128 W Peters 
'Pyron James, engineer W <fe A R R 
Pyron William Y (Hughey & Pyron), r 128 W Peters 

QUARLES FRANK REV, col'd, pastor Friendship Bap- 
tist Church, r ss Haynes, cor Dover 
V^uarterman Thomas E, col'd, grocer^ 92 E Cain 
Queen David, col'd, blacksmith Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r ws 

Ponder's av, nr Moore 
Queen Frank M, auctioneer, r 265 Luckie 
Quick George, lab, r ss Cox, nr Fort 

Quillian George T, with Hunnicutt & Bellingraths, r 44 Cone 
Quillian John F. with Sharman & Mangum, bds 44 Cone 
Quinn D W Rev, r 90 Ivy 

Quinn R A, wid , bds 107 Rhodes 

Quitman F H, r 71 N Collins 
Quong Chang, laundry, 78 Decatur 

RABB KATIE, wid George, r 181 W Hunter 
Rachell Frank, col'd, porter H W Thomas 
Rackstraw Rebecca, col'd, laundress, r 50 W Fair 
Ragan Willis E, bkkpr M C <fe J F Kiser & Co, bds Kimball 

House ^ 

Ragland Amelia, col'd, laundress, r rear 193 E Cain ^ 

Ragsdale Elijah K (Ragsdale, Fuller & Co), r 100 Thompson 
Ragsdale Robert, col'd, lab, r 279 Decatur 
Ragsdale, Fuller & Co (E K Ragsdale, T K and H A Fuller), 

grocers, 10 W Mitchell 
Raine Alice, col'd, laundress, r 34 S Bell 
Raine Joseph S, gen'l agt Sou Dept Manhattan Fire Ins Co, of e. 

NY, 14 Whitehall, r 227 Washington 
Raine Ward B, special agt Manhattan Fire Ins Co,of N Y, Ms 

227 Washingto n 

'OR INFORMATION •• ♦c Pm»h:« R«te§. Time CSM?di,eic,itoNortk, 
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Rains Thomas S (Drake & Rains), r 167 Jones 

Rainwater Andrew J, with Sharman & Mangum, bds 37 W 

Pryor 
Rakestraw James, col'd, drayman Rioe & Mitchell, r ns Foster, 

nr Ella • 

Rakestraw Rebecca, col'd, laundress, r 64 Magazine 
Ralston J E, bkkpr, r 169 Rawson 

Ramey A F Miss, teacher Walker St School, r 152 S Pryor , 
Ramey Clayton, coPd, lab, r ns Porter, bet Chapel and High 
Ramsey Charity, wid David, r Bellwood 
Ramsey Edward B> coFd, student, r 170 Markham 
Ramsey Emily, col'd, laundress, r ns W Peters, bet Haynes and 

Mangum 
BAMSPECK CHARLES M, leading book binder, ruler and 

blank book mnfr, 28 S Broad, nr bridge, r Decatur, Ga. 

(See adv. back cover.) 
Rand Charles E, bds 64 Decatur 
Rand Sarah, wid T J, bds 111 E Hunter 
Rand Thomas F, saloon, 56 Decatur 
Randall Charles, farmer, r 93 Windsor 
Randall Hardy I, farmer, r 531 Marietta 
Randall H T, wid Edward F, r 8 Walker 
Randall Peter, coFd, gardener, r W E 
Randall Willis, col'd, drayman Moore, Sims & Co, r rear 135 

Marietta 
Randolph Anthony, coFd, lab, r bds 42 Mechanic 
Randolph P L, carpenter, r 141 North av 
Range George, col'd, farmer, r al, bet Markham and Tattnall 
Rankin Jesse W (Hunt, Rankin & Lamar), r 76 McDonough 
Rankin John S, elk McMillan <fe Snow, r 25 Marietta 
Ransford Henry, grocer, r 80 Mangum. Infobmation re- 
fused. 
Ransom John C, bkkpr Langston & Crane, r 6 Jenkins 
Ransom J D, lab, r ws Vine, nr Masjazine 
Ransom John J, conductor W & A R R, r 204 Davis 
Ransom Rebecca E, wid A H, r es Martin, bet Jones and Fair 
Ranton Ellen, wid W M, r 214 Fraser 
Rapp John E, policeman, r 45 W Simpson 
Rasberry Mary B, wid M W, r IM Fort 
Ratteree LR, cleaner W <fe A R R 
Ratteree Thomas, r 20 Bradbury 

Rauschenberg August, elk T Schumann, r 63 Whitehall 
Rauschen berg Augustus, pattern mkr Winship ife Bro, r 122 

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Rauschenberg Charles F, elk W E Waters, Ws 129 Nelson 

Rauschenberg Christian, elk, bds 129 Nelson 

SAUSCHENBEBO CHRISTIAN H, physician, 63 White- 
hall, r 184 S Pryor 

Rauschenberg C A, butcher, 70 McDonough, r 129 Nelson 

Rauschenberg Emil, painter, r 129 Nelson 

Rauschenberg John, plumber Hunnicutt & Bellingraths, bds 
184 S Pryor 

Rauschenberg Paul G, tinner J T Eichberg, bds 129 Nelson 

Rawllngs John, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 

Rawlings William, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 

Rawlins A P, watchman W & A R R 

Rawlins T G, druggist, r 60 McDonough 

Rawls Doc, col'd, lab, r Hilliard, se cor E Harris 

Rawls Margaret Mrs, dressmkr, 9 E Mitchell 

Rawson Edward E,pres Atlanta Water Works, and sec and trees 
Atlanta Cotton Factory, r 283 S Pryor 

Rawson Sarah Mrs, r 40 Victoria 

Rawson William A (Burke & Hancock special) r 240 Rawson 

Ray Adolphus, wks H Lewis & Co, r Bartlett al 

Ray Alfred J, carpenter, r 121 Irwin > 

Ray Claudius B, baggage master W&ARR. r22W&ARK 

Ray Columbus, wks Longley & Robinson 

Ray Edwin S, physician, Marietta, sw cor Broad, r 79 Loyd 

Ray Hepsey, coFd, laundress, r 194 Richardson 

Ray James P, tinner, r 22 S Bell 

Ray John A, brakeman W & A R R, bds22 W&ARR 

Ray John C, roller Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r ss Mayson's 
Ferry rd, Bellwood 

Ray Martha A, wid William, r 22 W & A R R 

Ray Stillman N, grocer, 251 W Mitchell 

Ray Thomas H, carpenter Cook & Stewart, r 9 Bush 

Ray V L Mrs^ governess J D Cunningham, r Ashby 

Ray William, coFd, carpenter, r 27 Crumley 

Rayfuse Leonard, carriage mkr J M Smith, bds 65 Peachtree 

Raysor John M, elk J T Hagan, r 85J Whitehall 

Read William F, engineer Longley & Robinson, r 32 N Beall 

READ, see also REED and REI^ 

Ready H P, farmer, r 50 Walton 

Reagan Belle Mrs, teacher Orphan's Free School, r 56 Spring 

Reajran Elvira, col'd, laundress, r 13 N Bell 

SEDD J FRANK, livery, board and sale stable, 24 W Ala- 
bama, bds 25 W Hunter 

Redden W H, street boss, r Pfne, riw cor Venable 

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Redding Add, ooPd, lauodress^ r W <& A R R, nr JohDsoD 

Redding H V M, confectioner^ 71 J Peach tree, r 248 Peach tree 

Redding Louisa, coFd, laandrees, r 107 Whitehall ,.;:^ 

Redding Miles, col'd, drayman, r 264 W Mitchell 

Reddipg Robert J, elk Dept Agriculture, r 69 Houston 

Redding Virginia, laundress, r 248 Peachtree 

Redding Wiley, col'd, lab, bds 216 Mangum 

Redding Wesley, col'd, porter Dr D Smith .7i 

Redding W H, street overseer, 47 S Pryor 

Redwine Elizabeth, wid William, bds 180 McDonough 

Re<lwine John, col'd, hostler Street R R Co, r 212 W Hunter 

BEDWIME J B, lawyer, 14 Whitehall, r 180 McDonough 

Redwine Lyman A, bkkpr Silvey & Dougherty, r 57 E Cain 

Reed Adam, col'd, lab, r 112 Walton 

Reed Balaam, col'd, wks Sparks' slaughter house, r Sparks^ 

dairy , 

Reed Evaline, col'd, laundress, r al between W Mitchell and 

Markham 
Reed George, col'd, lab, r 45 Jones 
Reed Harriet, col'd, laundress, r 256 Mangum 
Reed Henry, col'd, lab, r 63 Rolling Mill 
Reed Henry, col'd, lab, bds rear 100 Elliott 
Reed James, col'd, gardener, r ss C R R 
Reed Joseph, col'd, porter -Fuller & Smith, r Hightower, nr 

Humphries 
Reed J M C (Reed & Brumby), r county 
Reed Lottie, col'd, laundress, r rear 157 W Peters 
Reed Matilda, col'd, laundress, r 48 Decatur \ 

Reed Mattie, col'd, laundress, r 179 Alexander ! 

Reed Randall, col'd, porter G J Briant, r 11 Collins 
Reed Richmond, col'd, lab, r 19 Jenkins 
Reed Stokes, col'd, cook Cannon House 
Reed Thomas, blacksmith Winship <& Bro, r 246 Marietta 
Reed William, col'd, lab, r rear 100 Elliott 
Reed & Brumby (J M C Reed and C R Brumby), grist and 

bone mill, McDonough rd 
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Reeder William L, harness mkr GC Rogers, r 233 W Fair 
Reese F A, wid J C, bds 240 Peachtree 
Reese Jacob, col'd, lab, r 60 Pairlie 
Reese John, col'd, driver Fuller & Smith, r ws Robbins, nr 

Wells 
Reese John T, lab, r Savannah, nr Ga R R 
Reese J E, with Meador Bros, r Alabama, ne cor Pryor 



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Reese Lula Miss, with Miss M B McDowell, bds 144 Loyd 

Reese Scipio, col'd, lab, r Clarke, bet Martin and Connally 
' Reeves Abram D (Reeves & Bro)> r 324 Marietta 

Reeves Augustus A, policeman, r 52 Haynes 

Reeves Frank, carpenter, r 6 Hunnicutt 

Reeves Jackson^ c<A'd, lab, r 121 E Cain 

Reeves James, col'd, lab, r 123 E Cain 

Reeves James D (Reeves & Bro), r 324 Marietta 

Reeves James F Rev, pastor Third Baptist Church, r 193 S For- 
syth 

Reeves J M, col'd, janitor Marietta St School, r 121 E Cain 

Reeves L H, student, bds 193 S Forsyth 

Reeves Mattie Miss, mattress mkr, r ws Humphries, bet Glenn 
and Wells 

Reeves Pierson, col'd, striker Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 

Reeves Virgil A, bds 79 S Pryor 

Reeves William F, pressman Dodson & Scotty r 132 W Rhodes 

Reeves , wks Longley & Robinson 

Reeves & Bro (J D and A D Reeves), grocers, 324 Maretta 

Regan Henry, col'd, driver R J Griffin, r 22 Bell 

R^n Joseph, col'd, wks D G Jones 

Regenstein Gabriel, r 165 S Pryor 

Regenstein Julius (Regenstein & Kutz),r 196 Whitehall 

Regenstein & Kutz (J Regenstein and G S Kutz), dry goods, 76 
Whitehall 

Register Osborne J, physician, r 220 W Fair 
^ Reibley Paul, foreman Atlanta City Brewery, bds 248 N Col- 
lins 

Reid Philip P, carpenter Ga R R, r 187 E Hunter 

Reid Robert A, elk Garrett & Bro 

Reid William, elk Simons & Lee, bds 267 Jones 

REID, see also READ and REED 

Reilly M T Rev, pastor Church Immaculate Conception, r ss 
Hunter, e of Loyd 

REILLY, see also RILEY 

Reiman Frank, dep U S marshal, r 172 Luckie 

Reimann George, barkpr R Pause, bds 25 Huge 

Rein John, ins agt, r 227 Washington 

Reinhardt Augustus M (Reinhardt & Hooks), bds Wilson 
House -. 

Reinhardt Christian, watchman W & A R R, r 14 Bartow 

Reinhardt Edgar W (Daniels & Reinhardt), r 14 Bartow 

Reinhardt Jacob, lab,' r 125 McDaniel 

BEINHABDT & HOOKS, lawyers, 1 Peachtree, cor Wall 

lULLMAM PA LACK oars leare Atlanta daily for Wtshington 
by the KENNESAW ROUTE— .Darton, Bristol and Lynchbulrg. 



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Co, gen'l agts ; 31 Marietta 
Ilenard Joeeph F, engineer W <fe A R R, bds 87 Walton 
Reneau Louis, conductor A-L Ry, r 195 Peachtree 
R enean O lmius, cond uctor M & W R R, r 94 Nelson 
BENFB02 JOHN W, State Treasurer, office State House, 

bds National Hotel 
Republic Block, es Loyd, bet Decatur and Wall 
Reveire James, col'd, lab, r 46 Gate City 
Reynolds Alfred, coFd, waiter R G Thompson ^ ; 

Reynolds Anthony, coFd, lab, r es Collins, nr North av 
Reynolds Edgar, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co j* 

Reynolds Fannie, col'd, bds Edgewood 
Reynolds Henry, col'd, brick mason, r 126 W Baker 
Reynolds Isaac, col'd, lab, r Edgewood 4' 

Reynolds John, col'd farmer, bds es N Calhoun, nr Cox 
Reynolds Joseph R Dr, manager Cannon House 
Reynolds J A Rev, pastor Payne's Chapel, r 282 Luckie 
Reynolds J C, printer Dodson & Scott, r 171 S Crew 
Reynolds Margaret, col'd, laundress, r 11 Ella 
Reynolds Madison, col'd, lab, r Edgewood 
Reynolds Milton J, drayman A C & B F Wyly, r Decatur 
Reynolds Patsey, col'd, bds Edgewood 
Rice William H, stone mason, r 254, N Calhoun 
Reynolds Solomon, col'd, waiter C J Wei nmeister ? 

Reynolds Thomas S, book and job printer, 10 E Alabama, r 

169 W Mitchell 
Reynolds V C Mrs, r 297 Decatur 
Reynolds William, driver Street R R Co, r 37 Mechanic 
Reynolds William C, painter W & A R R, r 133 W Baker 
Reynolds N M Mrs, boarding, 112 S Pryor 
Rhea John Dr, with T R Ripley, r 234 Ivy ; 

Rhodes A G, pictures, etc, 60 Bartow ^^\ 

Rhodes Cannon, col'd, lab, r 177 N Calhoun 
Rhodes Henry, col'd, waiter Berron & Balmer 
Rhodes Wallace, mailing elk P O, r 92 Luckie 
RHODES, see also RODES 
iach W A, supt P S Car Co, Union Depot, r 368 South Pryor 
ce A B, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r Lambert, nr Kennedy 
ice Franklin P (Rice & Mitchell), r 198 Peachtrrn* • 
ce John H, elk J Ben Wilson & Co, bds Taylor Hall 
ce Ophelia, wid J F Thompson, r 22 Thompson 1 ' 

ice Parker M, wks M Rich <fe Bro, bds 119 Walton 
Ice Vinson, chair mkr, r Fort, ne cor Cain 

FINE ALL LINSN Shirts made to order at $48 per dozen and up- 
wards, at WILSON & CREEKMUR'S. 25 Whitehall. 



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Rice William, engineer Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r Mayson's 

Ferry rd, Bellwood 
Rice William H, stone mason, r 254 N Calhoun 
Rice William L, carpenter W & A R R. r 4 Rhodes 
Rice William W, elk J J Tolbert, r 19 Washington 
Rice & Mitchell (F P Rice and R C Mitchell), lumber dealers, 

39 Grubb 
Rich Daniel, with M Rich & Bro, bds 174 S Forsyth 
Rich Emanuel (M Rich & Bro), r 174 S Forsyth 
Rich Herman, elk, bds 174 S Forsyth 
Rich Morris (M Rich <& Bro), r 174 S Forsyth 
BICH M & BRO (M and E Rich), dry goods whol and ret, 

65 Whitehall 
Rich R I, cigars and tobacco, Decatur, se cor Peachtree, r 189 

Whitehall 
BICH WILLIAM (Kich & Titlebaum), distiller and whol 

liquors, 31 E Alabama, r 174 S Forsyth 
Rich & Titlebaum (W Rich and W Titlebaum), distillers W & 

A R R, office 31 E Alabama 
Richard Ellen, wid Henry, r 175 McDonough 
Richards E Lamar, with E Cahn, bds 112 S Pryor 
Richards Jabez J (J J & S P Richards, and W E Lively & Co), 

r 205 McDonough 
BICHABDS J J ft S P (Jabez J and Samuel P Richards), 

books, stationery, music, etc, \l E Alabama 
Richards Robert H, cashier Atlanta Savings Bank of Ga, bds 

Kimball House 
Richards Samuel P ( J J & S P Richards, and W E Lively & 

Co), r 92 Washington 
Richards William A, elk J J & S P Richards, bds 92 Washington 
Richards William G, chief engineer Atlanta Water Works, r 

county ' 

Richards W, coPd, lab, bds 17 Ella 
Richardson Alonzo, elk, bds 84 Nelson 
Richardson Betsy, col'd, laundress, r 17 Eraser 
Richardson Eliza, col'd, laundress, r 37 Church 
Richardson Ellen, col'd, seamstress, r 81 Spring 
Richardson Frank H, reporter Constitution, bds 95 PuUiam 
Richardson Frank M, salesman, r 95 Pulliam 
Richardsqp Jackson, col'd, drayman J F Edwards, r 6 Irwin 
BICHABDSON JOHN A, select school, 21 N Pryor, r 71 

W Simpson. (See adv. p. 72.) 
Richardson John G, gasfitter Hunnicutt & Bellingraths, bds 84 

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RichardsoD John W, conductor W <fe A R R, r 52 Rock 

Richardson Leaver, saw mill, r 84 Nelson 

Richardson Margaret, wid James^ r ws Gullatt, nr Big^rs 

Richardson Mason, col'd, nurse, r 17 W Peters 

Richardson RichHra, col'd, lab, r 17 Frazer 

Richardson Robert, colM, r rear 139 Walker 

Richardson Sarah, col'd, laundress, r rear 139 Walker 

Richardson Wesley, ool'd, lab, r ws Grate City, nr limits 

Richardson William, col'd, carpenter, r wg Hilliard, nr E Harris 

Richardson William F, carpenter, r Warner av, bet Pettis and 

Jones 
Richardson William R, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 426 

^Marietta 
Richardson W M, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Richmond Jefferson L, with Silvey & Dougherty, r 59 Walker 
Rich mond Peter, coFd, lab, bds ns Forrest av, nr N Butler 
BICHTEB FREDERICK, saloon, 8 and 10 £ Hunter 
Ricks Julia, col'd, laundress, r 215 Jones 
Ridglee Patent, printer, r 78 Whitehall 
Ridlen Timothy, lab, r 64 W Simpson 
Ridley Robert, col'd, hostler liedd & Taylor, r 13 Dover 
Ridley Robert B, physician, 14 Whitehall, bds 182 Peachtree 
Ridley Simon, coFd, waiter G F Piatt, r 61 W Mitchell 
Riedon John, foreman Stmr Mechanic No 2, r ws Decatur, bet 

Fort and HillUrd 
Rigdon L Mrs, bds 120 S Pry or 
Riggins Jc)seph, col'd, lab, r W Harris, nr MarietU 
Riley Augusta^ col'd, laundress, r 6 Terry 
Riley E S, with Fuller & Smith, r 63 Forrest av 
Riley Harriet, col'd, laundress, r 19 Davis 
Riley Henry, col'd, lab, r 20 Grant 
RILEY, see also REILLY 

Riordan John, buyer G W Parrott & Bro, r 308 Decatur 
RIPLET THOMAS R, china, glass and queensware, 87 

Whitehall (See index to adv.) 
Rivers Ajfred, col'd, lab, r Jennings al, bet Rawson & Jones 
Rivers Joseph, col'd, blacksmith, r 214 W Foundry 
Rivers Patsy, col'd, laundress, r ns Baker, nr Hayden 
Rivers Robert, coFd, lab, r ns Mangum, bet Peters and Nelson 
Rivers Turner, col'd, |)orter J W Goldsmith - ' ^ 
Rivers Washington, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 130 

Gray 
Roach E J, physician, 149 Whitehall 
Roach Martha J Mrs, boarding, 15 Corput 

EST MUSLIN <^°^ LINEN SHIRTS, open front or bftok. Plaited Bosom, 
mftde to order for $86 per doien^Ai Wilson & Crkbrmur^r, 23 Whitehall. 



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Roach Thomas, col'd, masoil Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Roach William T, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 8 State 
Robbios A S, stone cutter, r Kelly, nr Jones 
Robbins Joseph B, elk C J Kicklighter, bds Humphries, nr 

Whitehall 
Robbins M A, wid W J, r 22 Humphries 
Robbins William J, dk, r 22 Humphries 
Roberts Charles H, lab, r Green's Ferry av 
Roberts Emily, wid M L, bds 48 N Collins 
Roberts Erasmus, col'd, wks Gra R R, r 103 S Loyd 
Roberts Ezekiel M (Roberts & Hightower), r 113 Spring 
Roberts Green B, driver Sou Express Co, r 208 Whitehall 
Roberts James W, keeper City Hall, r 27 E Fair 
Roberts John, lab, r Alabama, se oor Pryor 
Roberts John B, bkkpr Simons & Lee, bds 61 Harris 
Robert Joseph, col'd, lab, r 235 McDonough 
Roberts Mary J, wid George, r 55 fellis 
Roberts Susan, col'd, laundress, r 59 Washington 
Roberts Washington, col'd, driver McGaughey Bros, r 28 Lark in 
Roberts William S, lab, r 70 Young 

Roberts & Hightower (E M Roberts and M H Hightower), gro- 
cers, 73 Peachtree 
Robertson Benjamin W, wks A-L Ry, r 69 Young 
Robertson Elisha A (E A Robertson <fe Co), r 49 W Harris 
Robertson E A & Co (E A Robertson and W B Cox), grocers, 

100 Peachtree 
Robertson Joseph L, R R agt, r 259 Whitehall 
Roberson Louisa, col'd, laundrt^, i 88 Mayes' al 
Robertson Margaret, col'd, laundress, r 98 Rhodes 
Robertson Mary D, wid Charles, r 309 Collins. 
Robertson M, col'd, lab, r ns Foster, nr Ella 
Robertson Susan M, wid John T, r es Ponder's av,>nr Fourth 
Robertson William, col'd, lab, r 32 Valentine 
Robinson Arthur, col'd, waiter National Hotel 
Robinson Belle, col'd, laundress, r ws W Peters, nr Mangum . 
Robinson Caroline, col'd, r Connally, nr limits 
Robinson Charles E, time keeper Ga R R, r 31 Grubb 
Robinson Edward, col'd, lab, r Clarke, bet Martin and Connally 
Robinson Edward H, elk W A BedeM, bds 312 Houston 
Robinson Elbert, col'd, driver W W Wall, r Blackburn Hill 
Robinson Eliza Miss, seamstress, r 205 Fraser 
Robinson Emily, col'd, laundress, r 226 W Hunter 
Robinson Floyd, col'd, wks Markham House, r al bet Rhodes 
and Hunter, w of W & A R R 

O SECURE SPEED. Safety and Comfort, buy Tickets via The 
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T{x)biD8on George, coFd, waiter Cannon House, r 151 Fair ^ 

Robinson George M, lawyer, r Gordon, W E 

Robinson Goliah, coFd, lab, r rear 238 S Pryor 

Robinson Harrison, col'd, blacksmith, r 226 W Hunter ,^ 

Robinson Isaac (Longley <& Robinson), bds 4 Gilmer 

Robinson I M, wid S 0, r 129 W Baker 

Robinson James, real estate agt, 5 E Alabama, r 89 Thompson 

Robinson James D, r 129 W Baker 

Robinson Jane, col'd, laundress, r 226 W Hunter 

Robinson Jasper, coFd, shampooer J S Wilson, r 64 Decatur 

Robinson John, coPd, blacksmith, 19 Walnut 

Robinson John, col'd, lab, r Beckwith, cor Maple 

Robinson John, ool'd, lab, r cs Collins, nr North av 

Robinson John, ooFd, lab, r ws W Peters, nr Mangum 

Robinson John M, millinery goods, 8 Decatur, r 40 Ivy 

Robinson J L, with Mrs P Fleming, r 114 Eraser 

Robinson Mack, col'd, barber, 120 Marietta, r 132 Marietta 

Robinson Martha, col'd, laundress, r 326 Eraser 

Robinson Mattie, col'd, cook, r rear County Jail ' 

Robinson Mary, wid Elliott, r 207 Eraser 

Robinson Millie, col'd, laundress, r 248 Crew 

Robinson Monroe, col'd, wks Atlanta Machine Works, r 23 

Jenkins 
Robinson Moses, col'd, lab, r Connally, cor Clarke 
Robinson Robert L, messenger W U Tel Co . 
Robinson R J, engineer A <fe W Pt R R 
Robinson 6cott, col'd, lab, r 155 Markham 
Robinson Thomas A (Robinson & McCravy), r 11 Peters 
Robinson <fe McCravy (T A Robinson and G B McCravy), gro- 
cers, 123 Whitehall 
Robinson Victoria Mrs, r 18 Calhoun 
Robson Bros (R C and S B Robson), Samana guano agts, 8 8 

Broad 
Robson John, elk Green Line, r 8 S Broad 
BOBSON BOBEBT C (Robson Bros), and gen'l agt Green 

Line, 8 S Broad 
Robson S B (Robson Bros), 8 S Broad, r Kirkwood 
Roch Ernest G, lawyer, 2 S Pryor, bds 176 E Eair 
Roche William H, blacksmith, r 68 N Calhoun 
Rochester William B Maj, paymaster Dept South, 30 E Wall, 

r. 63 Washington 
Rockwell Orson Rev, teacher, r 407 Whitehall 
Roddey Thomas, elk, bds 35 N Pryor 
Rodes Charles C, bkkpr Atlanta Gas Co, r 58 S Loyd 

PARTLY FINISHSD Shirts, open back, 4-pl7 Posomt abcL Cufb, 
made to measure for $16 per dozen by WILSON & CRSEKMUR. 



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Rodes William M, elk Ga R R, bds 58 S Loyd 

RODES, see also RHODES 

Roe Anthony E, tailor, 4 E Alabama, r 180 N Collins 

Roe Henderson, coFd, lab, r Edgewood - 

Roesel G E, baker H A Agricola, r 146 Marietta 

Rogan Larry, r 204 Mangum 

Rogan Mary A Mrs, r 59 Chattahoochee 

Rogan Michael, r 69 Rock ' 

Rogan William, watchman W <fe A R "R, bds Walton, se cor 

Bartow 
Rogers Annie, wid Jackson, r 56 Ivy 
Rogers Bettie, wid J G, r 9 Magazine 
Rogers Clara, col'd, laundress, r 31 Rawson 
Rc^rs Cynthia, wid G W, r 20 W Garnett 
Rogers Ella, col'd, laundress, r rear 14 W Mitchell 
Rogers Frank, r rear 42 W Alabama 
Rogers Gresham C, saddles and harness, 27 Marietta, r 63 

Houston 
Rogers Hattie L, wid William A, r 21 Mechanic 
Rogers James L Rev, r 90 McDonough 
Rogers John C, CTOceries ret, 99 Whitehall, r 145 Thompson 
Rogers John T (H M Scott & Co), r 80 Ivy 
Rogers Joseph, col'd, wks Hunnicutt k Bellingrath, r ss North 

av, nr Williams 
Rogers Osbom, salesman W A Haygood, bds 28 N Forsyth 
Rogers V C, elk, bds 145 Thompson 

Rogers -, R R agt, bds 117 S Pryor 

Rokenbaugh Ida, wid J H, r^90 Rawson 

Rokenbaugb Lydia, wid J C, r 90 Rawson 

Rollins Alonzo P, watchman W <fe A R R, r R R, bet Bartow 

and Spring 
Rollins Guilford, wks E Van Winkle 
Rollins John W, wks Atknta Rolling Mill Co, r 26 Emma 
Rollo John W, carpenter, r Amos, sw cor Peeples, W E 
Rolston John E, bkkpr W U Tel Co, r 169 Rawson 
Romare Paul (Romare & P erdue), r W E 
BOMABE & PEBDVE (P Romare and J A Perdue), gen'l 

ins agt8 ; represent Ins Co of North America ; Springfield 

F & M Ins Co of Mass ; and London Assurance Corpora- 
' tion ; 35 S Broad 
Rome Robert, col'd, waiter, r Rawson, cor Hood 
Roney Felix, lab, r 2 State 
Roney Nicholson, watchman, r 44 E Baker 
Rook William B, printer Constitation * 

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Rooney Felix, puddler Atlanta RoUiDg Mill Co 

Roper Beverly, grocer, 367 Peachtree 

Roper James, painter, r 100 North av 

Rose Henry, ool'd, lab, r 120 Irwin 

Rose James, col'd, lab, r 131 £ Cain 

Rose Rufns M, with Cox, Hill <fe Thompson, r 64 Cone 
-KOSENBATTH C, cigar mnfr, 10 E Alabama, r 114 Marietta 
^ Rosen baum Henry C, confectioner, 114 Marietta 
8 Rosenberger David, elk, A <fe S Rosenfeld, r 258 Whitehall 
•^ Rose nfeld Ab raham (A & S Rosenfeld), r 203 Whitehall 
S BOSENTELD A & S (Abraham and Siegmund Rosenfeld), 
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Rosenfeld Sophie, dry goods, 58 Decatur, r 157 Mangum 



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Ross Anna, coFd, laundress, r ws Terry, nr Hunter 
Qj Ross Courtney, col'd, lab, r 17 Rawson 
^ Ross Draper, col'd, tailor, r es Newnan rd / 

. Ross John, col'd farmer, r rear 231 Decatur 
S Ross Leonard B, elk Stewart, Wood «fe Fain, bds 69 Whitehall 
« Ross Maggie, col'd, seamstress, bds 11 S Collins 
€ Ross Martha, ool'd, laundress, r 229 Decatur 

a® Ross Minnie, coFd, cook, r es Newnan rd 
Rosser W S, brickmason, r 352 Mangum 
. Rossini Club, W H Taller, sec; 5 Whitehall 
S) Rote Meyer, cigars and tobacco, Markham House, r Wall, nw 
g corLoyd 

Routten A, wid Edward, r 154 Luckie 
Rowe Daniel M, bkkpr Boynton & Bros, r 33 N Forsyth 
3 Rowland James H, wks A-L Ky, bds 105 Ga R R 
Q Rowland Samuel, wka A-L Ry^ bds 105 Ga R R 
g Rowland Warren, col'd, lab, r rear 263 Walker 
o ROT G G, physician, 1 Peachtree, r 133 Spring 
** Royall Carrie, wid William, r 134 Thompson 
pb4 Rucker Abraham, col'd, lab, r ws Crowell, nr limits 
O Rucker Amos, coPd, porter P O, r ws Crowell, nr limits 
J2 I^ucker George G, bkkpi, bds Callaway House 
wH- Rucker Jane, col'd, laundress, r 371 S Pryor 
^ Rucker Jett W (Maddox & Rucker), 4)ds Markham House 
q|3 Rucker Patsey, col'd, laundress, r al, bet W Mitchell and 
'4^ Markham 

22 Ruddy T P, elk Furchgott, Benedict & Co 
'^ Ruger Thomas H, Brig Gen'l USA commanding Dept South. 
O 30 E Wall, bds Kimball House , 

P^ Ruggles William, salesman, r 69 W Foundry 

OPEN FRONT or Back, partly finished Sllirtl^ PlaiUd BmoiAi. 
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Rumsey James A, r 9 Jones av 

Rusch Leopold A, wks Longley & Robinson, r 13 N Butler 

Rush Andrew, r 133 W Peters 

Rush J R, lab, r Jennings al, bet Rawson and Jones 

Rush James A, carpenter, r 175 S Pryor ^ 

Rush J A, Jr, carpenter, r 175 S Pryor 

Rushin William, col'd, lab, r 283 W Mitchell 

Rushton Rob ert E, bkkpr Winship & Bro, r W E 

BTTSHTON WILLIAH, master machinist A <& W Pt R R, r 

151 McDonough 
Russell Arthur, wks W <fe A R R, r 52 Thurmond 
Russell Charles, wks Central Nursery, r Fair, bey limits 
Russell Charles, col'd, waiter, r rear 206 S Forsyth 
Russell Charles, col'd, wks C R R, r rear 85 Elliott 
Russell Cynthia, col'd, laundress, r 84 Howell 
Russell Elizabeth, wid James R, r ns Marietta, nr Ponder's av 
Russell Hannah, col'd, laundress, r Walnut, cor High 
Russell James, col'd, driver C Bridwell, r rear 258 W Mitchell 
Russell James G, with Adair <& Bro, r 146 Crew 
Russell Jane, wid G B, r 68 E Hunter 
Russell John, col'd, blacksmith, r Walnut, cor High 
Russell John B, physician, 43 S Broad, bds 8 W Mitchell 
Russell John H, col'd, lab, r Reed, nr limits 
Russsell Wade, trader, bds Campbell House 
Russey John W, salesman, r 195 Whitehall 
Rutherford M Miss, teacher Ivy St School, bds 72 Marietta 
Rutland William T, car inspecter, r 50 Walker 
Rutledge G L, wks A-L Ry r 237 E Hunter 
Ryan David, boarding, 81 E Alabama 
Ryan Delia Miss, with Mrs A,F tickert, bds 62 Broad 
BTAN FBANK T, city elk, office City Hall, r 143 Jones 
Ryan John (Brown & Ryan), r Savannah 
Ryan John, col'd, waiter A W Jett 
Ryan John, dry goods, 61 Whitehall, r 180 Whitehall 
Ryan Mary Miss, with Mrs A F Pickert, bds 62 Broad 
Ryan Matt, dry goods, 93 Whitehall* 
Ryan Matthew, (Ryan & Conner), r 61 N Calhoun 
Ryan S A, elk, bds 180 Whitehall 
Ryan <& Conner (M Ryan and M J Conner), saloon, 35 E Alabama 

ST GEORGE W S, agt Port Royal R R, 62 E Alabama, bds 
Markham House 
St Luke's Episcopal Church, Rev George Maeauley, rector; 
Walton, se cor Spring 

POR 8T. LOUI8 *nd LouiiTille, PULLMAN PALACE CABS letTO 
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Tlent^ that we lAay establish and maintain <K>nfidence in each other 
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St Paul's African Church, Rev William Pierce, pastor; es Hum- 
phries, bet Hightower and Mills 

St Paul's M E Church, Rev W A Dodge, pastor; 248 E Hunter 

St Philip's Episcopal Church, Rev R C Foute, rector; Wash- 
ington^ ne cor Hunter 

St Philip's Parish School, Mrs S E B Jones, prin; 102 White- 
hall 

S AFFORD CHARLES H, with Craig & Co, r Humphries, 
bey limits 
Safford Henr y P, fa rmer, r Humphries, bey limits 
SAITOBD HENBT P JB, mnfr showcases, 102 Whitehall, 

r Humphries, bey limits 
Sage Barzilla, wid B Y, r Amos, WE 
Sage Ira Y, civil engineer, r 33 Luckie 
Si^ Jasper, molder Atlanta Machine Works 
Si^ John C, bds 33 Luckie 
Sahli Godfrey G, sausage miir Sparks & Tye, r es Randolph;^ n 

of Houston 
Sallas N E Miss, teacher Marietta St School, bds 348 Marietta 
Salmons L S, with J L Winter & Co, r Decatur, Ga 
Salone Aaron, col'd, lab, r 107 Martin 
Salone Green, col'd, lab, bds 160 Fillmore 
Saloshin Emanuel, elk G Saloshin, bds 33 N Pryor 
Saloehin Gustav, second-hand clothing, 24 Decatur, r 33 N 

Pryor 
Saloshin Gustav Jr (G& S Saloshin), r Cone, se cor Luckie 
Saloshin G & S (Gustav Jr and Simon Saloshin), pawnbrokers, 

12 Peach tree 
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Salter John, col'd, lab, r Edgewood 

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Sams Richard F, physician, r 425 Peachtree 
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FRAUD. ' 

Write to Dr M. A. Simmons, at luka, 

Miss., for a copy of "The Ilka Mirror 

Extra. '^ lie stamps and sends tliem 

" free of charge, and is thankful for every 

order. 

The following is a brief and imperfect 
synopsis of it ; 
^ S£C« I Headed Deception. Page 2. 
■ An exposition of a scheme inaugurated 
Jind put in action by J. H. Zeilin & Co., 
for the purpose of substituting their ad- 
vertisements and medicine for Dr. M. A. 
Simmons^ wlych he had been running 
successfully and with perfect satisfaction 
to consumei-8, for twenty-flve years, 
four years of which time he traveled 
through the country, horseback and in 
his buggy, hunting invalids, inducing 
them to try his medicine, taking certifi- 
cates of cures and publishing tl^m,'and 
establishing agencies for the sale of his 
Liver Medicine on commission ; and 
nine years of that twenty-five he spent 
all he made in advertising. This, sec- 
tion contains the proof of Zeilin & Co.'s 
design, object and intention, full and 
Batisfai^r>\ 

To suppress Dr. M. A. Simmons' ad- 
vertising, see their contract with pub- 
lishers of newspapers with whom they 
advertised, binding them under penalty 
of losing their pay to not insert any 
other advertisement "in whole or in 
part," like theirs; or anything that 
might be calculated to injure their busi- 
ness ; or that mentions their name, or 
"ingredients of articles" in censure, 
(we suppose they mean " ingredients " 
of their medicine), and to "exert them- 
selves to protect and promote their 
interest. Thus, they secured the sig- 
natures of publishers bound under 
penalty to " protect " and assist them 
in getting hold of the hard earnings of 
another man, to be appropriated to^their 
own use, without leaving any chance 
at all for honest readers of newspapers 
all over the country to be informed of 
the fraud and fiendish deception upon 
them. Some publishers refused to sign 
It or advertise for them at all, but most 
of them advertised for them and w^e 
guess signed their contract. Dr. M. 
A. Simmons being thus shut out from 
communication with the reading public, 
made the best use of his own printing-, 
office and newspaper that he could, by 
mailing to addresses of business men 
found in Commercial Registers. In a 
few years tjiieirs was the only Simmons* 
Mver Medicine known to a laQ^e ma-l 



jority of the people in sections of coun- 
try where Dr. M, A. Simmons' had been 
used abundantly, and universally ap- 
proved for twenty-five years before 
they commenced. Some druggists re- 
fused to liandle any other than his, 
which they knew to be right. Some 
others who bad known his medicine for 
many years argued that Zeilin & Co. ' 
had done him good by advertising so 
much. Pity such "good," and such ar- 
guments to ameliorate such an outrage 
upon him and the community, "We 
have been told that in places where Dr 
M. A. Simmons' Medicine did not go at 
all after they commenced advertising- 
Columbus, Georgia, for an instance^ 
people soon became disgusted with the 
name and quit the Simmons' Medicine 
entirely. But where some use his, and 
some the Simmons' prepared by other 
parties, the reputation is kept up, his 
gaining the ascendancy until others 
have little if any sale at all. See the 
letter of Dr. W. H. Bennett, Druggist, 
of Meridian, Miss., and others, pages 10 
and 11. 

To check the circulation of Dr. M. A. 
Simmons' paper, "The luka Mirror," 
read Zeilin's note to the Postmaster at 
luka, about said paper, which note was 
assigned "Notice," and seemed to be 
from the Postmaster at Philadelphia, 
Pa., and what the Philadelphia Post- 
master says about Zeilin. To make 
people believe that they and their medi- 
cine are all right, and that Dr. M. A. 
Simmons is the impostor, read their 
ridiculous personal slander under head 
"Disreputable." 

They boast of their own integrity and 
honor, which, of course, was not neces- 
sary if true, which was, doubtless, in- 
tended as a link in their schemes of de- 
ception. 

They say they are licensed by the State " 
of Georgia to compound medicines, 
which gassing wa^ also not necessaty 
if it had been true. Head the proof that 
it was not true, in the letter of tiie Sec- 
retary of the Medical Board at Mil- 
ledgeville, Ga. 

See their fidse statements about being 
sole proprietors and patentees, and folse 
threats to prosecute DruggistB for selling 
Dr. M. A. Simmons' Liver Medicine 
in their ciri^olar to Druggists, and letters 
on the subject ffom J. K. Chiles, F. O. 
Mays, R L. Boas and D. W. Rice, and 
a provoMtio]x.ofifered to Zeilin & Co. t# 
iMiti^J^m fo pro^epute. 
. Bee tS&lse report that is circulated in 
;rexas, Uiat .tbesjaSfilUa A Co.) were in 
P0a^w|oh ott>j^l6^A. Slmmfwrlgfatt 



^1 



and that he is out of the business. 
Bowell's letter. 

A similar report published in a paper 
in North Carolina. Buie's letter. 

They say they are. Proprietoks of 
THE Original and only Dr. Simmons' 
Liver Medicine. 

SEC* II* Headed Justice,Page 4,con- 
tams letters from his relatives and oth- 
ers, of proof that M. A. Simmons alone 
did establish the reputation of his med- 
icine by his own efforts, industry, and 
the expenditure of large sums of money 
foi^ about twenty-tWO years before the 
death of A. Q. Simmons (1840 to 1862) 
and about seven years ♦'afterwards (1862 
to 1869) before Zeil in & C o. commenced. 

REV. W. Q. SBTVBIiIi certifies that 
Dr. M. A. Simmons was manufactur- 
ing and selling his Liver Medicine in 
1840. That he has advertised it exten- 
sively up to the present time. He says : 
**I suppose no one ever thought of or 
even suspected any other Simmons' 
Liver Medicine or Regulator until 1869, 
or 1870. 

^T. P. OHBBK and wife certify that 
Dr. A. Q. Simmons anticipated a co-part- 
nership with Dr. M. A. Simmons from 
the time he moved to Texas until his 
death; that he (Dr. A. Q. Simmons) 
never took a certificate, and never ad- 
vertised any, and never used his auto- 
graph upon his medicine. And that 
Dr. M. A. Simmons did advertise ex- 
tensively, and used his present Trade 
Mark. 

A. R. SULLINBBRaBR and wife 
certify that Dr. M. A. Simmons came 
west in 1842, and soon sent back his 
advertisements, and that Dr. A. Q. Sim- 
mons never had his labels and prescrip- 
tions printed until Dr.JM. A. Simmons' 
printed matter was received in Georgia ; 
that Dr. M. A. Simmons advertised ex- 
.tensively, and that his business had 
grown to considerable magnitude by 
1846; that Dr. A. Q. Simmons never 
advertised any, and did not use his auto- 
graph upon his medicine ; that Dr. A. 
Q. Simmons spoke of M. A. Simmons 
as an original proprietor of the Liver 
Medicine, and read his advertisements 
as such with interest. 

COL. JAS. P. SIMMONS certifies 
the same as to time Dr. M. A. Simmons 
commenced. That he advertise* I exten- 
sively at his own expense, and Dr. A. 
Q- Simmons did not advertise at aU. 

THOS. A. PALOONBR certifies 
that he printed and advertised for Dr. 
M. A. Simmons in Holly Springs^ Miss., 
about the time aboTie' specified, and that 
his Liver Medicine has Sustained a good 
reputation there up t^ the present time. 
B. J. MALONB certifies that he fiold 
Dr. M. A. Simmons* Liver Medicine for 
him in Holly Sprinsp, Miss., in 1842» and 



that he is the rightfiil owiur of its rep- 
utation, which it has' well sustained 
up to the present time. 

R. N. WALDEH certifies that he 
sold Dr. M. A. Simmons' Liver Medi- 
cine for him in Decatur, Ala., in 1842 or 
'43 ; that he advertised it well then ; tliat 
he is entitled to the benefits of its repu- 
tation, and that others of similar name 
are inferior to his, and that his has sus- 
tained a good reputation there up to the 
present time. 

P. O. McOOWATT certifies that his 
father sold Dr. M. A. Simmons' Liver 
Medicine for him in Jackson, Tenn., in 
1843, and that it has sustained a good 
Imputation there up to the present time. 

DR. S. MANSFIELD certifies that 
he has been selling Dr. M. A. Simmons' 
Liver Medicine in Memphis Tenn., 
twenty-six years ; that it was sold by 
his predecessors many years before he 
bought them out ; that the Doctor ad- 
vertised it well all the time ; that it is 
the^nuine Simmons' Liver Medicme, 
and is good 

DR. H F. FARNSWORTH certifies 
that he procured Dr. M. A. Simmons' 
Liver Medicine from him, and sold it 
in Memphis, Tenn., in 1843, and that it 
has been deservedly popular at all times. 

REV. F. P. SORUaOS, of Middle 
Tennessee and North Alabama Confer- 
ences, certifies that he became acquaint- 
ed with Dr. M. A. Simmons and his 
Liver Medicine twenty-five or thirty 
years ago ; that he was then advertising 
it ; that it was popular and saleable then, 
and has. been ever since, and that he 
never heard of any other ** Simmons' 
Liver Medicine " until since the war. 

JAS. H. FARRBLL & WM. T. 
LONO- of HoUy Springs, Miss., corrobo 
rate the above as to the length of time 
Dr. M. A. Simmons has been advertis- 
ing and selling his Liver Medicine, and 
its popularity fi-om its first introduction 
there— eariy in 1848 up to the present 

time. , 

a. ADAMSON Certifies that he 
bought Dr. M. A. Simmons' Liver 
Medicine directly from him, and sold it 
in Jackson, Tenn., for a period of more 
than twenty years ; that it always gave 
satisfaction to his customers, and that 
he invariably refused to buy articles 
made by others purporting to be the 

same. 

From the letter of I. O. DuBOSB & 
CO.. of MobUe, Ala., we see the date 
that J. H. Zeilin & Co., commenced 
advertising and running then: article 
upon the reputation of Dr. M. A. Sim- 
mons' Liver Medicine, to be 1869. 

REV. R. L. HARPER'S letter also 

shows the same thing, an*^ ^'^^^i^^f 
number of certificates that Dr. M. A 
Simmons showed him, dated far bacK, 



and up to the present time, as proof 
that it was upon the reputation which 
Dr. M. A. Simmons had established for 
his Liver Medicine that Zeihn & Co. 
proposed to run for profit. 
S£C III is headed The Term Name 
Page 8, and in connection with Sec. 2, 
•pontains full proof that Dr. M. A. Sim- 
mons was the first who ever printed 
and advertised the term "Simmons' 
Livt:r Medicine." And that he estab- 
lished it in connection with his auto- 
graph and likeness as his '*TradeMark" 
by copyright, long use and registration. 
. DR. A. J. BREWSTER and DR. 
D. B. MCMILLAN, of Corinth, Miss., 
both certify the same, viz.: That they 
consider Dr. M. A. Simmons the right- 
ful owner of the term "Liver Medicine;" 
that it is peculiar to him, not being in 
anv medical works, and that when they 
prescribe "Liver Medicine," they mean 
'^Simmons' Liver Medicine" that is pre- 
pared by him. That they have sold, 
used and recommended it for some time, 
with satisfactory results in every in- 
stance 

DR.P. A. WILLIS, of Holly Springs, 
Miss., certifies that he has sold, used 
and recommended Dr. M. A. Simmons' 
"Liver Medicine" for twenty-nine years. 
That the term " Liver Medicine" is not 
used in any of 'the various Pharmaco- 
peas, nor by the regular medical pro- 
fession, and' he believes it is pecuhar to 
Dr. M. A. Simmons, and that he has 
scrupulously refused to sell any other 
purporting to be the same preparation. 

DR. R. L. ROSS, of Tuscumbia, 
Ala., certifies that he has sold Dr. M. A. 
Simmons' Liver Medicine for twenty 
years ; that he is clearly of the opinion 
that the term-name belongs to Dr. M. 
A. Simmons, and that Dr. M. A. Sim- 
mons has lost the sale of large quanti- 
ties of his "justly celebrated Liver Med- 
icine" by the trade handing* customers 
' something else of a similar name, when 
they callS for his Liver Medicine, the 
customers thinking they were getting 
what they called for. 

DR. J.b. SPOTTSWOOD, of Hunts- 
ville, Ala., certifies that he and his 
brother sold Dr. M. A. Simmons' 
"Liver Medicinel' from 1848 to 1862; 
that he never heard of any other " Sim- 
mons' Liver Medicine" till after the 
close of the war, and that he confidently 
believes that Dr. M. A. Simmons' is the 
original and genuine article. 

OERTIFIOATKOF COPYRIGHT 
of the term in the title page of s lx>ok, 
Nov. 11, 1843. 

CERTIFIOATE- OF REGISTRA- 
TION of Dr. M. A. Simmons' Trade 
Mark in theUnited States Patent Office, 
•MarchflO, 1874. 

F. B. JONES, of Cincinnath Ohio. 



certifies that he printed Dr M. A. Sim- 
mons' Trade Mark lor him on engraved 
steel plates, in 1850, and up to the pres- 
ent time. 
fUC.IV is headed "Deceived," 
age 9, and in connection with Section 
1, contains full proof that Zeihn & Co. 
did succeed in deceiving and injuring 
the community by substituting an infe- 
rior article in place of that which the 
people had long used and wanted 

Under this head we give certificates 
of persons who were deceived by the 
trade handing them an article of similar 
name when they called for and believed 
they were getting "Dr. M. A Simmons' 
Liver Medicine." Of others deceived 
by preparations of similar name, not 
acting as well, and curing as. Dr. M. 
A. Simmons' Liver Medicine has been 
publicly known to do for more than a 
quarter of a century. 

We give several certificates of drug- 
gists of what their customers say, each 
of which we consider proof of many 
people deceived. 

Proof of this kind of deception is 
proof also of loss of the money that 
people gave for the article by which 
they were deceived. It is also proof of 
loss ef time in getting the relief that 
Dr. M. A. Simmons' Liver Medicine 
would have aftbrded at once, which 
doubtless, hi many instances since these 
imitations started, has caused the loss of 
life. James HoUoway's letter gives one 
clear instimce in point. 

It matters not what kind of rights 
Zeilin, Thedford and many others have 
to make and sell Simmons' Medicine, 
they have no just right to steal the well- 
earned profits of Dr. M. A. Simmons' 
many years of hard labor, and the profits 
of his many thousands of dollars in 
cash invested in advertising. Neither 
have druggi«ts any just right to deceive 
their customers by giving them a differ- 
ent article of the same name when they 
call for and want the article of the^ 
name which has. the established reputa^ 
tion. It is offering a great/ inducement 
to men to do wrong for money, to let 
them know that they can get fifty others 
of better reputation than themselves to 
assist them in the work. 

Dr. M. A. Simmons is the only man 
of the name who ever had a general ad- 
vertised reputation as manufacturer of 
such a medicine; thei:efore it is clear 
that the articles of Zeihn A Co.,Thedford 
& Go , and the many others who use the 
name "Simmons' Liver Medicine" for 
profit, are Imitations of his medicine 
for the purpose of selling upon its repu- 
tation. Dr. A. Q. Simmons' Liver 
Medicine trade in Georgia was at Its 
best stage comparatively a small busi- 
ness, bounded by his personal visits, ta 



his farthest points from home in Florida 
and Houth. Carolina, and only on the 
roads he traveled, »'j that few compara- 
tively of the whole people in Oeoi^a — 
his best worked territory — knew any- 
thing about,him, or his Medicine. He 
onlv went into a small portion of Florida 
and South Carolina. When he left Geor- 
gia in 1856 the trade soon went down 
to almost nothing at all, for want of his 
presence and attention. While prepar- 
ing to move he divided what little he 
had on hand with two of his children, 
and when trade so near stopped there one 
of these young ones thought he could 
do better in Dr. M. A. Simmons' terri- 
tory, which was all west and north of 
Georgia, according to an understanding 
between A. Q. and M. A. Simmons. 
He took a trip through Alabama and 
Mississippi in 1860, selling his medicine 
and receipts and rights to others to 
make and sell it, but not doing as well 
as anticipated soon went back, and was 
not heard of any more west of Georgia 
for about Nine Years, until Zeilin & Co. 
took it up and advertised all over Dr. 
M. A. Simmons' territory in 1869 and 
1870, that they were proprietors, etc., as 
above sliown, of th6 only Dr. Simmons' 
Iiiver Medicine. To the Simmons 
family and othere who knew of the 
understanding between the old Sim- 
nionses in regard to territory, and how 

f>leasantly they had run together so 
ong, each upon his own soil, this looked 
like a great imposition upon Dr. M. A. 
Simmons ; in fact, no ttetter than steal- 
ing from him, as he had built up the 
business by his own efforts and his own 
expense. 

Notice the dates. A. Q. Simmons 
left Georgia in 1856, after which time 
the medicine business being small at 
liest, went down so low that in 1860, only 
Four Years after he left, one of his 
young ones sold receipts and rights to 
others to make and sell it, and in 1869, 
Thirteen years after he left, and Nine 
years after receipts and rights had been 
so}d to others to make and sell it, and 
Seven years after his death, February 5, 
1862, Zeilin & Co., then of Macon, Ga., 
knowing the popularity of Dr. M. A. 
Simmons' Liver Medicine, took up the 
name Dr. A. Q. Simmons' Liver Kegu- 
lator or Medicine with which to run 
over Dr. ^M. A. Simmons and get his 
business away from him, as above 
shown. 

Their unparalelled success seems to 
have aroused the latent avarice of many 
who had rightSi^and caused them to pitch 
in by advertising, to the grab and 

Scket game cf the profits of Dr. 
• A. Simmons' large and long con- 
tinued cash investments, besides years 
of hard labor, as above shown. 



Four others have entered the 
field since 1872, with professions of genu- 
ineness, and found Druggists ready to 
take their mixtures and nand them out 
to tlieir afflicted, confiding customers 
when Simmons' Liver Medicine is call- 
ed for, in place of Dr. M. A. Simmons'. 
One of thorn, of the same na me, b ut 
made by a party named M. A. THBD- 
FORD & CO., has a picture of a man 
on the label, which makes it necessary 
for all the tliousands who want Dr, M. 
A. Simmons' Liver Medicine to remeni- 
Uer his initials, place of residence, and 
tlie exact api^eai'ance of the picture of 
the man on his label, or they will, be 
deceived sure In territonr where Dr. 
M. A. Simmons' Liver Medicine has 
been popular for Thirty years, the in- 
sidiousness and cupidity of this trick 
are palpable. 

To minds tempered and purified in the 
furnace of physical disease and suffer- 
ing, such tricks are especially horrifying. 

SEQTXOIV V. Is headed *'Kind 
Word87' Page 11 , and contains full proof 
that Dr. M. A. Simmons And his Liver 
Medicine are and have ever been relia- 
ble, and will not deceive. Under this 
head we give an idea of the work, pro- 
gress and achievements since 1844, in 
letters from: Rev. J. £. Douglass, luka, 
Miss.; Hon. M. C. Galloway, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Elder Joseph Shackleford, Tus- 
cumbia, Ala ; Col. D M. Wisdom, 
Jackson, Tenn.; Rev. L. D. Mullins, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Five lawyers and the 
Postmaster in Jacinto, Miss.; Rev. 
Bishop H. H. Kavanaugh, Ijouisvillt^, 
Ky.; Twenty-seven of the best citizens 
in and near luka, Miss.; £x-Gov. A. 
G. Brown, New Town, Mi.ss.; Rev. H. 
T. Lewis, Memphis Conference; Rev. 
J. G. Jones, Mississippi Oonference; 
Grove S. Fitch, Postma8ter,Forkesville, 
La. 

S£0. VX« Page 16, is an extract 
from Dr. M. A. Simmons' book on the 
sulgect of the popularity, the peculiar 
efficacy, etc, of his "Liver Medicine," of 
which book he secured the copyright in 
the Western District of Tennessee, Nov. 
nth, 1843. 

OEKTIFJOATES. 

Read the following from Rev. SamM 
Watson: 

To ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCEKX.— 

Having learned that there are articles 
being sold as ** Simmons' Liver Me<li- 
cine," which are not prepared by Dr. M. 
A. Simmons^ I ftel that it is but sim- 
ple justice to state that I have known 
him and his Liver Medicine for more 
than a third of a centunr. More than 
twenty years ago, while I was the editor 
and publisher of the '* Memi^is (chris- 
tian Advocate," I adverUaed 'his Liver 
MediAne for bim. This and its use in 



my femily, have given me the best] Murror Extra," and have earefullv ex- 
opportunity of forming a correct opinion mnined it in all its beTrfn^ iJl!^ 
of its merits. I have never known ofl th^ r^r-r^f ^o i^j«« ^^" :"?1t.._ _'^*?" . 



any medicine that has so fully met the 
most sanguine expectations of all who 
have ever used it, I have never known 
a single instance of dissatisfaction, but 
in every instance where^ it has l)een 
used they are delighted with the result. 
We have for years laid aside all mer- 
curial preparations, because Simmons' 
Liver Invigorator has answered the 
purpose l)etter, with none of the bad 
r^ults attending other medicines. There 
can be no doubt that Dr. M. A. Sim^mons 
of luka. Miss., is the rightful owner of 
thegenuine article known as **Simmons^ 
Liver Medicine," and all who wish the 

fsnuine article should get it from him. 
write this because I know that he is 
legally and morally entitled to all the 
rights and benefits of the reputation and 
sale of said medicine. 225 Union street, 
Hemphis, Tenn., Feb. 8th, 1877. 

SAM'L W^ATSON. 

The following is from Rev. Bisliop H. 
H. Kavanaugh. D. D., to Dr. M. A. 
Simmyns, March, 1861 : 

I confess that I have been reluctant to 
figure in advertisements in regard to 
medicines, but feel myself so much a 
debtor to your "Vegetable Liver 
Medicine and Purifying Pills, ' ' that 
I fe§l it a sense of gratitude on my own 
part add Jusdoe to the pubUc requires 
that I should wa ve this objection, and 



the proof as being <M)nclusive against 

Messrs. Zeilin & Co., showing Uiat they 

have been guilty of gross frauds and 

deception, and that they have no more 

right to use the name *' Simmons' Liver 

R^ulatbr or Medicine," than I have, 

and their conduct is very reprehensible. 

If you cannot establish your right to 

your Trade Mark under this proof, tlie 

Trade Mark Law is a dead letter, a 

fraud and a cheat. * R. Cantrkli^ 

Lauderdale, Miss., Sept. 28, 1876. 

I keep only Dr. M. A. Simmons' Liver 

Medicine, believing it to be the only one 

of the name that ought to l^e sold or 

used. I use no other medicine myself, 

and have not used any other for sonu- 

time ; when I feel bad, I take some of it 

and get relief. 

Dr. J. M. SIMMONS, Druggist. 
Andrew J. B<irnes, of Woodstock, 
Cherokee County, Georgia, savs : 

Dr. M. a. Simmons— Your Medicine 
acts like a charm in our country. May 
the Wessings of God continue witli it. 
T. J. Slaughter, Jr., druggist at Vi la 
Rica, Ga., says **a dozen or more" had 
tried Zeilin & Co.'s mixture, thinking it 
was the genuine Simmons', and finding 
that it did no good, believed the Sim- 
mons' Medicine was a humbug; all of 
whom, after trjing Dr. M. A. Simmons' 
Liver Medicine "pronounced it the Xhm-X 
Liver Medicine they had eveV used." 
Read the following from Rev. J. U. 
"Thf 



allow you to publish whatever I may 

have written in regard to he character Graves, editor and proprietor of 

and value of your medicines. May Baptist," Memphis, Tenn.: 

jnany a suflferer be as much benefited -- - - 

by them as I have been. * ♦ 

Dr. H. B. Waynick, of Station Creek, 
Covington county, Miss., says to Dr. M. 
A. Simmons about his Liver Medicine, 
February 19. 1876: "Ever believe me 
to be a well-wisher of yourself, and I 
pray God to enable you to go onward to 
a good old age, with your usual indus- 
try, perseverance and good intentions in 
sending the afHicted so invaluable a 
blessing as your Liver Medicine. Go 
onj" ^^^ good work of relieving the 
afflicted, soothing the sorrows of their 
svmpatliizing friends, and combating 
the opposition of all bad men who are 
envying you and trying to reap the ben- 
efit of your own rightml property— the 
reputation of your medicine— and ap- 
propriate the profit of it to themselves. 
1 hold it to be the duty of every honest, 
upright citizen to uphold you and others 
in their rights. H. B. WAYNICK. 

CoJ. Robert Cantrell, a lawyer of re- 
opgniaed ability, residing at Lebanon, 
Tenn., says ; ' 



I-BBANON, »rENN., Julv 8th, 1874. 

. • ^' '^\ OIMMONS : Dear Sir — I umm accorumg lo your uirvuuons. 
am in reoeipt of your paper, ' * The luka | Very Truly, D. S; DOQGETT. 



M. A.' Simmons, M. D., luka, Miss.: f 
received a package of your Liver Medi- 
cine, and have used half of it; and it 
works like a charm. I want no lietter 
Liver Regulator, and certainly no more 
of Zeilin's mixture. J. R. GRAVES. 

Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 17, 1876. 

Read the following from Rev. Bishop 
David S. Doggett, D. D., Bishop of the 
M.:B. Church, South: 

Richmond, Va., Feb. 26, 1876. 
Dr. M. a. Simmons, 

Ify Dear Brother :-^l am under great 
obligations to you for packages of your 
Medicine. I have used it at intervals 
for two years, with decided benefit, and 
believe it to be a very valuable prepara- 
tion. It acts upon the liver ana bowels 
with great certainty, and without de- 
bilitating efifects. It relieves the system 
from oppression, promotes dig^on, 
and invigorates tne fimctions generally. 
To use a common phrase, it is no *'hum- 
bug." There is no quackery in U. It 
is a genuine, bona fide compound, pos- 
sessing unquestionable medical proper- 
ties. I recommend it as such, WBen 
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Martin, Falls Co., Texas, Nov.' 21, 1876. 
To Dr. m. a. Simmons :— I am very 
much pleased with your Liver Medicine, 
having used most of it (two gross) in my 
practice. Your Friend, 

N. F. RIVES, M. D. 

Lancaster C. H., S. C. Sept. 7, 1876. 
Dr M. a. Simmons, luka^ Miss., 

Dear Sir : — Your preparation is much 
more poi)ular, where it has been tried, 
than tha£ made by King and other ma- 
kers of Simmons' Liver Medicine. The 
writer has tried others purporting to be 
* 'Simmons," but there is no comparison, 
yours is infinitely better. 

Yours Truly, TWITTY & BEATY. 

Linn Flat^ Nacogdoches Co., Texas, 
June 22nd, 1875. I find Dr. M, A. Sim- 
mons' Liver Medicine prepared at luka 
Miss., much better, and its medical pro- 
perties far superior to that put up in 
(Georgia and Philadelphia. I believe it 
will lake the lead of all medicines to 
regulate the secretions of the liver. 

S. D. CARVER. 
Shubuta, Miss., No v. 22d, 1876. 

M. A. Simmons, M. D.— Dear Sir : I 
intend using your Liver Medicine alto- 
gether in future, for I find that it does 
me more good than any I have ever 
used, and I have used a great many. J 
have been afflicted with Sore Eyes for 
the last two years, and with Piles for 
Fifteen years, and am now getting well 
of both' diseases, also some others too 
tedious to mention, originating from an 
inactive state of the liver, ana I mitst 
give your Liver Medicine the credit. 

A. J. MARTIN. 

Shannon, Miss., Feb. 7, 1^77. 
To Dr. M. A. Simmons— Your Liver 
Medicine gjves satisfaction to my custo- 
mers. It is superior to that made by 
Zeilin & Co., in that it acts more speed- 
ily and surely u}X)n the Liver and bow- 
els, and is much more agreeable to take. 
Many take it in the powder, and think 
it acts more effectualiy. 

R. C. TOPP, Druggist. 

CoL. TiONAL Jones, of Morales, Jack- 
son Co., Texas, says to Dr. M. A. Sim- 
mons, March 15th, '77 : '* I distribute<i 
tiie packages of Liver Medicine you sent 
me. and have used of it, and all agree 
h«t there is no comparison as to its 
value and effect? and virtue ; alj say that 
they will never again use any more of [ 
Zeilin & Co.'s Mixture; that they did' 
not know but what it was the genuine 
medicine, made and prepared by Sim- 
mons' himself, and that it was the name 
that sold it to them. I have talke<i with 
several dealers in metlicine, all of whom 



say they Will neve)- again deal in any 
other than yours." ' 

Madibon 8ta., MiflB., ^jM.25, 1«76. 

To Dr. M. A. SiBtMONS :^ have found 
your medicine to agree wi(6 me better 
than any I halve ev«r taken. It makes 
me feel better. Rev. E. M . A LPGRD. 

A Drug store without Dr. M A. Sim- 
mons' Liver Medicine in it, is like a 
church without a pastor. 

A. W. HARRIS, Druggist. 

Clarendon, Ark.; August 19, li75. 

We clip the annexed froih the Meri- 
dian (Miss.) College Mirror: *' The fol- 
lowing from Rev. J. T. Freeman, now 
Pastor of the Baptist Cburcb, at luka, 
Miss., is good testimony for Dr. M. A. 
Simmons, No one, perhaps, is better 
capable of Judging than be ji and the 
trut1lfulne^8 of his evidenoy^jq^' be ques- 
tioned by no one in the 8t(iUiu 

lUKA, Miss., March 22, 1871. 

Dear Bro. Hamberi^in, Meridian, 
Miss.— Let me add a cmJScate to Dr. 
M. A. Simmons' Liver If adicine. It is 
all that it promises, and is made by an 
honest man who wcdl understands his 
profession. The Georgia Zeilin ft Co.'s 
is an imposition. I tried it before I 
knew the original, and I know it to be 
as I say. J. T. FREEIMAN. 

Holly SPRiNa6,Miss.,Apr. 26,1874. 

Having tried Brazier's, fiiuiford'sand 
numerous other Liver Medicines, I 
found none so efficient and Hatisfli^tory 
as that prepared by Dr. M. A. Siminobs; 
of luka. Miss. It is witllout exception 
the l)Gst medicine of its kind I lilive 
ever known. WILLIAH HOLLAND. 

[He is Editor of the Holly 8|^ngs 
airier.] 

The following is from 'Aev, Thomas S. 
Campbell, of MissiBsipoi: Conferenoe : 
lUKA, Hiss., March 22d, 1875. 

Some time ago I used the Liver I^u- 
lator prepared by Zeilin A Co., but it 
having failed to answer the purpose, I 
ceased to use it. When I became ac- 
quainted with Dr, M. A. Simmons I 
was led to try his Liver Medidtle, botli 
myself and familv. We found it not 
only more efTectual but more pleasant in 
its results than the other. I regard it as 
very valuable for disordered liver and 
dyspepsia. TH08. S. CAMPBBLL. 
Holly Springs, Miss., Apr. 24, 1874. , 

This is to certify that I used one 
package of Zellin's Simmons' Liver 
Regulator or Medicine, and it dkl me ho 
good, and that I am now using Dr. M. 
A. Simmons' Liver Medicine, and It in 
doing me a great deal of good. Tbey 
are very different every way except the 
name. T. B. FABKER, 



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Sanders James R, grocer, Edgewood 

Sanders O A, with WCC A J F Kiser- & Go. bdi 

House 
Sanders Thomas M, barkpr P M TrinWe. bda 121 
Sanders Wesley, coPd, lab^ r 37 Vicfotm 
Sands M E Miss, teacher AtlatiU IJniviMiy 
Sanford Isaiah, col'd, lab, r SSlfarlili 
Sanford Jacob, col'd, shoemkr, 23JSHuiiter, rMI 
Sanford John, coFd, lab, r 162 FUlmdre 
Sarfield John, elk, bds 60 Whitehall 
Sargent Harry J, r 41 £ MitoheU 
Sasseen Aaron, cord, shoemkr, r 1 Tbotvioiid 

Sasseen George W, news afft, bds 39 HF«MCh 
Sasseen Mahala, coPd, eook, r 99 TbuiiioM 
Sasseen Richard, coFd, lab, r Lowei fi^lttdt 
Sater iteld M aggie r ws Halland, nilltt^^ 
8ATZKT AMrOir, mer tailor, 4 fSkifm^^ 
Saols Joseph, etA% lab, r ws BaoibMbk vt imii 
Sanlsbury Thomas J, poliotlnaD; r 14 PMI 
Savage Charles, oofd, lab, r 102 K OUhsim 
Sa vage Joh n T (W W HaAeW Jb Op) 

SAWTSLL HESBT O^fiker ^a4^a^^ 

hall, r Formwalt, nr limits. (See i"" ' 
Sawtell Isaac Y, with McGaaghey Bmsl 

60Markham © / -^ 

^wtell Leenidas P, clkHitoheoek ^ 
Sawtell Samoel A, jeweler, b^ 
Saye Cassejr A, wid IS, r 49 ^W 
Saye John R, striker Atlante ™-..-...«^ 
Saye Richaid A, maofaiowt W^ sFS^M 
Scafe John, cel'd, poft«r fllMier <ft Fmi 
ScaJes HennrP, bkkpr M llu^l^^ 
Scandrick Wesley, ^'d/JaitorJioMil' 
Scarratt John B (Lunqwal ASetiii 
Schaff Ferdinand^ clkrRsgeMitf^i 
Schaae Jaoob^ oik J Kmif^riS^ 
SohaneZach, elk J EMf, MblS 
ScAanb Julins L, pfaot^iji^sy^v 
oohcley John, col'd, guda 
ScheJpot Xioak barber,' «^ . , 
Schdpert Loais C, cBt. r W 
Sdienok Emil £» fiMwa A^ 
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a Sohier Herman, cutter Biseman Bros, r 48 Fraser 

J"*! Schier Joseph, tailor Eiseman Bros, bds 48 Fraser 
8chiffFerdinand,cIk,rl3Fair ^ 

Schikan John, grocer, 128 W Mitchell, r 28 Elliott 
^ Schikan Peter J, elk P & G T Dodd & Co, bds 48 Gilmer 
V Sohilline Henry, watchman, r 403 Mangum ^ ^ 
< Schindler Max (Schindler & Abraham), r 24 W Garnetl 
15 SchindlerA Abraham (M Schindler and A Abraham), clothing 
and furnishing goods, 10 Whitehall , ^ „„ ^^ _ . 
Schley William S, elk Geological Survey, bds 33 N Forsyth 
Schmidt Robert, freight agt C R E, r 71 W Mitchell. Refosbd 

TlfPORMA.TI0N» 

i Schnatz Charles, plasterer, r 76 N Collins ^\, ^ ^ ,,. ^ 

£ Schnatz Fannie M Miss, teacher Ivy St School, r 76 N Collins 
^ Schnatz Richard, col'd, lab, r rear 66 Ga R R 
■g Schnell John, wks W & A R R, r 176 Elliott 
O Schultz George, meats and vegetables, 44 S Broad, r 61 Cone 
-r Schultz John A, upholsterer W A Haygood, r 16 Crew 
8 Schultze Emma Mrs, music teacher, r 67 Whitehall 
% Schultze E A, music teacher, r 67 Whitehall 
O Schumann Theodore, druggist, Whitehall, nw cor Hunter, r 181 

i Schwersi^M, pawnbroker, 1 Peachtree, bds Markham House 
Sciple Charles E (Sciple & Sons), bds 34 N Calhoun 

^ Sciple George W (Sciple ^fe Sons), r 34 N Calhoun 

•^ Sciple George W Jr (Sciple & Sons), bds 34 N Ca houn 

n SCIPLE & SONS (GJW,GW Jr, and CS Sciple), coal, wood 

^ and lime, and agts Alabama loop cotton ties, 59 Decatur 

5 Scoggin Mary C, wid S/ r 327 E Hunter 

-g Scott Albert, wks S Long, bds 43J Broad 

S Scott Charles Rev, col'd, r 448 Fair . • 

pS Scott Cornelia, coFd, cook, r 180 N Butler 
5 Scott David, col'd, carpenter, r 161 Martin 
S Scott Edward, coPd, wks W A Haynes, r rear 128 Mangum 

3 Scott Fred M, with Dodson & Scott, r Harris, nw cor Hilliard 

TI Scott G B (G W Soott & Co), r Decatur, Ga 

«0 Scott George W (G W Scott & Co), r Decatur, Ga 
m Scott G W & Co (G W and G B Scott), com mers, 11 S Broad 

•a Scott Harriet, col'd, laundress, r rear 43 W Cain 

'S^Scott Henry, col'd, driver, r 22 High 
^^Soott Henry M(HM Scott & Co), rl6 Powers 
^ Soott H M & Co (H M Scott and J TRogers), boots and shoes, 
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Soott Jackson, col'd, lab, r 1^ E Otjn. 

Soott John, col'd, wks Atkuila Madkiii« VwfkM, r U 

Soott J P (Bnran k Soott), bds W BiMr 

Soott Laura E liiis, dressmkr, 78^ WUliteU 

Soett Robert, 05r<f^ barber M W Whitl^ 

Soott Thomas, col'd, shoemkr, ws Piyor, iir Wh«i^ r 

Butler 
Scott Thomas, col'd, wks C R R 
Scott W H, bkkpr D C McPhee, r 14 Jenkins 
Soott W H (Dodson k Soott), r Harris, nw oor ftUllud 
Scott W F, elk, bds 112 S Piyor . 
Scroggins Joseph, dk Boynton & Bros, bds 29 Houston 
Scn^ins Martha, col'd, laasdress, r 80 Golktt ^ 
Scrutchin Joseph G, elk, bds 110 Mangum 
Scratch in Mason, col'd, laundress, r es S Piyor, nr Umils 
Scrutchin Thomas (McNaught <& Sorutchin, and W IfeK 

& Co), r 110 Mangum 
Scudder Samuel S, ba^age-master C R R, r 181 fiaynes 
Sea Doc, col'd, lab, r es ]£indolph, nr limits 
Seaborn Harrison, opl'd, lab, r 102 E Cain 
Seago Polly, col'd , laundress, r Jennings al,i>et Rawson and ^Mip^ 
SEALS JOHN H, editor and propr Sunny Soatb. ntMl B^ 

and Girls of the South, 24 S Broad, r 2 Marietta. (8^ 

adv. opp. p. 16.) 
Seals Joseph, wks Ga $ R, bds Fair, nw oor Terry 
S^lsjTT.clk Sou Agrl Works, bds 2 Marietta 

lirn.TfTAy B, business manager Bonny Sontibi SAtl 



Boys and Girls •f the South, 24 S Broad, r 2 Marietta 
Seals William F, bkkpr Sunny South, and Beys and Otrls g£ 

the South, r 2 Marietta 
Sears Frank, wks C R R, r 135 Thompson 
Sears James, fireman Ga R R 
Sears Jefferson, wks Ga R R 

Sears John W, watchman Ga R R, r 150 W Hunter 
Sears L W Mrs, dressmkr, 150 W Hunter 
Sears NS, fireman GaR R, res Haney, nrGm RR 
Sears Thomas J, conductor Ga R R, r 42 N Bell 
Soistrong Cynthia, col'd, laundress, r 166 Fillmore 
Seastrong James, col'd, wks Jones & Beatie 
SeavyJFames H, machinist Ga £ R, r 145 Jones 
Seayjjpflerson, col'd, driver McMillan A Snow 
SEQOyD JBAirm CEimCSL^r A T SpskUng, D D, 

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Seelj S M Mrs, r Humphries, bey limits 

Seitz David, carpenter, r Savannah, nr Gra R R 

Seldner Aaron, elk R^nstein <& Kutz, bds 192 Whitehall 

Seldner Louis, 'register elk P O, r 192 Whitehall 

Selig Emil C, with Cohen & Selig, r 199 S Pryor 

Selig Jacob (J Selig & Bro), bds 1 99. S Pryor 

Selig Jonas (J Selig & Bro, and Cohen & Selig), r 19^ 8 Pryor 

Selig J <& Bro (Jonas and Jacob Selig), dry goods, 85 Whitehall 

Selig Sigmund, with Cohen & Selig, bds 199 S Pryor 

S£LK£KK J M, gen'l agt Charleston F F Line, 32 Loyd, 

opp Alabama, bds National House 
Sellers George, coFd, lab, r rear 102 Windsor 
Sells H, wks Castleberry & Co, bds 31 N Pryor 
Sells John, elk, bds 31 N Pryor 

Selman Simon, col'd, culinary engineer, r rear 112 S Pryor 
Seltzer Henry, china, glass and queens ware, 16 N Broad 
Sergeant Charles £, agt L <& N K R, r 32 Church 
Sessions S £, wid Dr J M, r 58 £ Cain 
Sewell Hannah, col'd, launc^ress, r 15 S Butler 
Sewell James W, conductor A-L Ry^ r 3 Castleberry 
Sewell Jesse T, fireman, r 185 W Peters 
Sewell Watson, col'd, wks Fisas & Adler 
Seyforth William, gardener, bds Foster, nw cor Waddell 
Seymour Jerome C, bkkpr Fuller & Smith, r 36 £ Alabama 
Sext Jacob, baker, r 41 9 Whitehal 1 
Shackelford Francis B, ins agt, r 126 N Collins 
Shackelford Henry P (Krouse & Shackelford), r 40 Bell 
Shackelford R L, sewing machine agt, r 29 Moore 
Shadden James H, elk J J Williams & Co, x 21 Mechanic 
Shannon John C (Shannon & Simmons), bdj^ 120 Whitehall 
SHANNON WILLIAM A, fancy groceries, 100 WhitehalF,. 

r 183 8 Pryor , 

Shannon <& Simmons (J C Shannon and FS Simmona), grocers,. 

114 Whitehall 
Sharman Clem B (Sharman <& Mangum), r 33 N Forsyth 
SHABMAN ft MANOUM (CB Sharman and C L Man- 
gum), dry goods, notions, clothing, boots, hats, etc, 43 
Peachtree. (See adv. p. 73.) 
Sharp Augustus B (Sharp <fr McDaniel), r 101 Nelson 
Sharp Beatrice P Miss, teacher'Haynca St School, r 120^ White- 
hall 
Sharp Belie D Miss, teaoher^r 120^ Whtteball 
Sharp B S, oik, bds 90 S Butler 



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Sharp Elizabeth, wid John D, r 61 Tatnall 

Sharp George Jr Mrs, r 128 S Pryor 

Sharp James (Simmons & Sharp) ' 

Sharp Mary E, wid William, r 90 S Butler 

Sharp Solomon, coF d, lab , r 229 W Peters 

SHARP ft McDANIEL (A B Sharp and J J McDaniel) 
grocei-s and com mers, 117 Whitehall 

Sharp Mary, eoPd, cook, r 10 S Calhoun 

Shaw Ellen, col'd, laundress, r 303 Eraser 

Shaw Robert, elk J Keely, r 219 E Hunter 

Shaw Samuel H, printer, r 33 Houston 

Shearer William, spring mkr Ga R R, r 135 Decatur 

Sheata T R, r 68 Hayden 

Sheats W H, buyer G W Parrott & Bro, bds S Forsyth 

bheehan Cornelius, erocer, 54 Decatur, r 205 S Pryor 

Sheehy Isaac, col'd, lab, r 33 James 4 

Sheek M C Mrs (Sheek <fe Co), r 15'W Baker 

Sheek Wiley, with Sheek & Co, r 15 W Baker 

Sheek & Co (Mni M C Sheek and ), hides, wax and fruit 

dealers, 16 S Forsyth 

Sheffield Mary, col'd, laundress, r 68 S Pryor 

iu®?®^^ P'"»8c»JJa, col'd, laundress, r 68 S Pryor 

Shell A S, lab, bds ws Martin, bet Jones and Fair t 

She Emily F, wid A A, r ws Martin, bet Jones and Fair 

Shelley Daniel, col'd, drayman, r Conley, se cor Little 

bhelton John C, carrier P O, r 26 Humphries 

bhelton Mac, wks Hunnicutt & Bellingraths 

She ton William, blacksmith W & A R R, r 30 Rock 

Shelverton G W, machinist, r 75 Spring 

Shepard Charlotte, col'd, laundress, r 6 Terry 

^hephard Jackson, wks Ga R R, bds 272 Fair 

Shephard Laura, col'd, laundress, r 100 Elliott 

Shephard Thomas, wks Cook & Stewart 

Shepherd Isaac, col'd, lab, r 81 Larkin 

bhepherd Mary, col'd, laundress, t 32 Markham 

Shepherd William, tinner H Franklin, r 94 Ellis 

Sheppard Joseph, col'd, jwrter E Steinheimer, r 2 Chapel 

^heppard J R, elk bds 133 Harris 

^heppard Malvina, col'd, laundress, r rear 34 Gilmer 

Qk ^'ff^^^^rS^"'®"* ^» ^''^'•' "^2 Peachtree, bds 37 E Mitchell 

bherl^rt Willwm, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 

Sheridan George W, engineer, r 229 Marietta 

Sheridan Robert S, engineer, r 72 Tattnall 

gheridan Thomas, engineer A & W Pt R R, bds 131 E Hunter 






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Sherman Joeiah, former, r Humphries rd, bey limits 
Sherrill Mahala, wid Lewis, r 141 W Fair 
Sherwood Samuel B, builder, r Broad, cor Marietta 
Shields Adolphus A, butcher. 2 Loyd, r 1 1 Castleberry 
Shields Ann, ool'd, cook, r 141 Luckie 
Shields Henry G, elk, r 11 Castleberry _ ^ 

Shields Jesse, col'd, lab, r Rawson, bet Martin aud Fraser 
Shields John, lab, r 44 Smith 

Shields Joseph M, elk H C Sawtell, r Pulliam, nr C arke 
Shields LawVence,' ool'd, bottler L Coh^ & Co, r 141 Luck.e 
Shields Lucy E, wid Abraham, r ns Thompson, n of Castle- 
Shields Robert, painter W W Garrison, r 26 Hayden 
Shields William S, butcher A A Shields, r 75 Thompson 
Shillings Henry, lab, r 28 Hayden j ' ^, 

Shiloh Church, ^I'd, Rev J L Smith, pastor; Thurmond, neoor 

Shindler H T, elk Hdqrs Dept South, bds Air Line House 
Shindler John J, puddlcr Atlanta Rolling Mill, bds 15 Corput 
Shioler William, engineer Ga R R • , 

ShiS Alice, M, cook, r ss W^lls. bet Humphries and 

Holland ^^ T?ii« ** 

Shivers Melissa, wid J R, r ns Henry, nr Elliott 
ihivers Thomas' J, engineer W & A R R, r 1 21 W Petei-s 
Shivers Walter E, elk Furchgott, Benedict & Co, r 8 J ^ t-ai 

SHOOfi ALBEBT E, publisher Atlanta City DmECTOBY, 
^^^di^rK Memphis, Tenn Little R^k^ Ark, Au- 
gusta, Ga, etc, etc, office 24 SIBroad, bds 207 McDonough 
Short James, ool'd, carpenter, r 26 Rawson 
Shorter James, col'd, porter W A Haygood, r 21 Marietta 
Shorter Reuben C, salesman, r 97 Young 
SHOSTEB WmiAM A, lawyer, 6 Grant Bldg, 40 Ma- 
rietta, bds Kimball House 
Shorts Titus, col'd, lab, r 181 C R R 
Sh^ihire Andrei J (Shropshire & Co) r 38 Windsor 
SmbOPSHISE ED F, Shropshire's Shirt Factory, 45 Peack- 

tree r 74 Spring. (See adv. front paster.) 
ShroJ^Ve W r! wifh Howard, Woo<l & Co, U 47 Houston 
SHBOPSHIBE & CO (A J Shropshire and W A Johnson, 

grocers and com mere, 12 Mitchell 
Shuford Lawson, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r rear 14 

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Shuler D R, helper Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 

Shulhafer Aaron E, dk, r 141 S Forsyth 

Shumate B D Jr, felk Silvey <fe Dougherty, bds 138 Ga R R 

Shumate R C, wood dealer, 67 Ga R R, r 138 Ga R R 

Shumate Samuel, col'd, wks W & A R R, r 125 Ellis 

Shumate William L (Conley & Shumate), bds 64 Walton 

Shurbutt A T, lab, r 96 Thurmond 

Shuttles James T ^Shuttles &*Son8), bds 426 Marietta 

Shuttles Lorenzo (Shuttles & Sons), bds 426 Marietta 

S huttles W yley S (Shuttles & Sons), r 425 Marietta 

SHUTTLES & SOKjSI (W S, L, and J T Shuttles), whol 

j ewel ry and novelties, 8 J Marietta 
SIBLET H W, pres Atlanta <fe Charl#tte A-L Ry, office 17 

Courtlandt st. New York 
Siecke Frank W, elk Beerman <fe Kuhrt, bds Kimball House 
Sigman M J Mrs, r 160 S Pryor '' 
Silberman Harry, elk D Strauss, bds 72 Fair * 
Silvey John (Silvey & Dougherty), r 102 Marietta 
Silvey & Dougherty (J Silvey and D H Dougherty), whol dry 

goods, 4 and 6 Decatur 
Simmons Ada, col'd, laundress, r 8 Gate City 
Simmons Brantley, director Hose Co Grate City No 5, r Fofiin- 

dry, cor Marietta 
Simmons Burton, ool'd, wks O A Smith 
Simmons C E, cigar mkr, r 123 Fraser 
Simmons Daniel, col'd, lab. r 10 Chapel 
Simmons Frank S (Shannon & Simmons), bds 14 Loyd 
Simmons Henry, baker, bds 46 Peachtree 
Simmons Henry, elk, bds 43^ Whitehall 
Simmons Henry, col'd, lab, r '334 Haynes 
Simmons, Hunt <fe Gilbert (M T Simmons, A N Hunt and M 

S Gilbert), dry goods, 210 Marietta 
Simmons James, col'd, lab, r 1 Parsons 
Simmons John R (Simmons <& Sharp) 
SIMMONS JOSxTH B, whol grocer and com mer, 13 and 

16 N Forsyth, fcds Kimball House 
Simmons J F, grain mer, r 64 McDonough , 

Simmons Lillie, ool'd, seamstress, r R R, cor Collins 
SIMMONS LIVEB MEDICINE, Dr MA Simmons, propr; 

luka, Miss. (See adv. opp. p. 298.) 
Simmons Moses T (Simmons & Hunt, and Simmons, Hunt & 

Gilbert), and city assessor; r 163 Walton 
Simmons Nancy, ool'd, laundress, r W Humphries 
Simmons Ollie, col'd, laundress, r 8 Fowler 

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iSimmons Squire, cord, wks A T Findey, r 35 Crumley 
Simmons Thomas, ool'd, lab, x 12 Bradbury ' 
Simmons Toiiey, col'd, wks Atknto Rolling Mill Co 
Simmons William S, grocer, 220 Marietta, r 28 Latimore's al 
Simmons W T (Simmons & (yShields), bds 28 Latimore's al 
Simmons Zibe, ooFd, porter C J Kicklighter, r W E 
Simmons & Hunt (M T Simmons and N T Hunt), grocers, 210 

Marietta 
Simmons & 0'Shields(W T Simmons and J O'Shields), butchers, 

220 Marietta 
Simmons & Sharp (J R Simmons and J Sharp), druggisU, 202 

Marietta 
Simms Alexander, col'd, lab, r Peters, cor Mangum 
Simms Anthony, ool'd, lab, r 24 Soofield 
Simms Bnrrell, col'd, lab, r ss Irwin, nr Howell 
Simms Colnmbus, col'd, driver W S Grisham 
Simms Gustavus, col'd, wks H H Dicksan, r 24 Scofield 
Simms Henry, col'd, brickmason, r Fraser, bet Richardson and 

Fulton 
Simms Jane E, wid T G, r 33 Grubb^ 
Simms John, col'd, porter D C McPhee, r 23 Magazine 
Simms J D (J I) Simms & Co), r 180 McDonough 
Simms J D & Co* (J D Simms and L Meriwether), grocers ret, 

184 McDonough 
Simms Mary, col'd, laundress, r 33 Hull 
Simms Richard, col'd, lab,r es Mitchell, nr Haynes 
Simms Robert W, elk J D Simms & Co, r 180 McDonough 
Simms Zack, col'd, porter F M Potts, r Fraser, nr Jones 
Simons Alexander, col'd, blacksmith, r 137 Houston 
Simons Butler, col'd, wks Sou Ajrrl Works, r E Cain 
Simons Charles, butcher J H LaHatt, bds 10 Hunter 
Simons Charles, coFd, lab, r 91 Larkin 
Simons David, hostler Redd & Taylor, r 24 W Alabama 
Simons E L, col'd, blacksmith Street R R Co 
Simons James, cigar mkr, C Rosenbaum 
Simons James, ool'd, driver, r rear 175 Haynes 
SimonsJefferson, cord,black8mith, 323 Decatur, r 18 WSimpson 
Simons John F (Simons & Lee) r 64 McDonough 
Simons R T, cabinet mkr, bds 127 £ Harrin 
SIMONS ft UEZ (J F Simons and J M Lee), whbl produce 

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Simonton Charles F, elk, bds 49 W Peters 
Simonton J L, ool'd, driver, r 42 E Harris 
Simonton Robert J, bds 49 W Peters 

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.Simpson Alexander. coFd, blacksmith, r 219 Foster 
Simpson Clara, col'd, laundress, r 185 Pulliam 
Simpson Carolus A, physician, State House, r 296 Washington 
Simpson Francis M, r 154 W Fair 

Simpson Oasian F, cashier Ga Nat Bank, r 227 Washington 
Simpson William H, vegetables, 111 Whitehall 
Sims Archibald, coFd, whitewa^er, r rear 100 Thompson 
Sims Francis A (Moore, Sims & Co), r 135 Marietta 
Sims Laurence, physician, bds 54 Walton 
Sims M L, painter A-L Ry, r 24 King 
Sims Newton, dentist, r 54 Walton 
Sims Thomas, col'd, waiter Mrs E Cato, r 32 N Forsyth 
Sims William I (Moore, Sims & Co), r 136 Marietta 
Singer Manufacturing Co, George W Leonard, agt; 40 S Broad 
Singleton James, col'd, mason, & Decatur, r 22 Terry 
Singleton Michael, bds 33 N Forsyth 
Sinter Charles, col'd, drayman, r 1 18 Crumley, nr limits 
Sisson Vardy P (V P Sisson & Cp), r 90 Davis 
SISSON V P & CO (V P Sisson and B F Bennett), fine 

printers, 26 S Broad. (See adv. opp. p. 314.) 
Sixth Baptist Church, ns Hunter, bet Haynes and Davis 
Sixth M E Church, Uev D L Anderson, pastor; ns Merritt's 

av, bet Collins and Peachtree 
Skase Grace, (soVd, nurse, r 201 McDaniel 
Skates James W, butcher, 288 Marietta, r 61 Rock 
Skinner Cornelia Miss (Misses C & M Skinner), r 41 Crew 
Skinner C ^ M Misses (Misses Cornelia and Martha Skinner), 

private school, 41 Crew 
Skinner Jefferson, feeder Sunny South, bds around 
Skinner Martha Miss (Misses C <& M Skinner), r 41 Crew 
Skipper Nancy, wid Edmund, r 18 N Calhoun 
Slack Lewis, ool'd, lab, r 179 N Calhoun 
Slappy JDseph B, machinist W <fe A R R, r McAfee, cor Pine 
Slaton Fannie Miss, seamstress, r Irwin, sw cor Gordon, W E 
Slaton Jane, wid Daniel, r Irwin, sw cor Gordon, W E 
Slatoo Peter, col'd, lab, r 87 Markham 
Slaton W F, prin High School, r 169 Jones . 
Sledge Ann, col'd, seamstress, r 209 Chapel 
Sloan Green, coPd, porter Sou Ex Co 
Sloaa Thomas D (Gilreath & Sloan), r 162 Rawson 
Sloman James F, U S storekpr, r 65 Larkiu 
Sloper John, cutter Eddleman & Brown, r 85 Mangum 
Sluder Henry, lab, r 212 McDaniel 
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Small James B , bkkp r A-L Ry, bds 236 E Hunter 

SHALL SAMUEL Wt associate editor Constitution, r 57 
McDonough 

Smilie Ella W Miss, teacher Ivy St School, r 50 E Cain 

Smilie Frank C, elk B L Dann, bks 50 E Cain 

Smilie Martha, col'd, laundress, r ws Formwalt, nr limits 

Smilie Robert T, r 50 E Cain 

Smith Adaline, ooPd, laundress, r rear 98 Houston 

Smith Adaline E, Wid Hugh, r 15 E Mitchell 

Smith Albert, col'd, porter J T Hagan 

Smith Alexander P, conductor W <& A R R, r Ringgold, Ga 

Smith Allen, brick mkr, r 45 Gray 

Smith Alonzo, col'd, lab, bds 81 Tattnall 

Smith Amos, col'd, porter Kimball House, r 97 Eraser 

Smith Amos F, carpenter Longley & Robinson, bds 43J White- 
hall 

Smith Anna A Mad, clairvoyaqt, r 75 Whitehall 

Smith Annie, col'd, laundress, r 99 Decatur 

Smith Anthony, col'd, carpenter, r 12 8. Collins 

Smith Atha, col'd, lab, r 6 Brothertoa 

Smith Aubrey D, elk J D & T F Smith ^ 

Smith A M Miss, housekpr National Hotel 

Smith Bailey, col'd, driver, r 24 Ira 

Smith Bryant, col'd, shoemkr, 243 Mariettii, r 153 Luckie 

Smith Bryce, trav agt, r 148 Rawson 

Smith Burgess, bkkpr Tax Collector, r Lee, W^ E 

Smit^h B, engineer W & A R R 

Smith Calvin, col'd, waiter C J Weinmeister, r 127 Wheat 

Smith Camilla, col'd, laundress, r rear 34 Gilmer 

Smith Catherine, col'd, laundress, r rear 141 Walker 

Smith Champion, col'd, lab, r 106 Tattnall 

Smith Charles, col'd, lab, r 125 N Butler 

Smith Charles, col'd, lab, r 269 Eraser 

Smith Charles, painter, r 55 Pettis 

Smith Charles D, with Jack <& Holland, bds 37 E Mitchell 

Smith Charles H, col'd, lab, r 96 E Cain 

Smith Charles J, carpenter, r Barracks av, cor Chapel 

Smith Charles S, painter, bds Fair, nw cor Terry 

Smith Charles W, lawyer, 43 J Peachtree, bds 148 Rawson 

Smith Columbus, col'd, r rear 140 Washington 

Smith Cover, col'd, wks A C Ladd 

Smith Daniel, col'd, lab, r wsHilliard, nr Irwin 

Smith David, carpenter, r 209 Luckie 

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Smith David, dentist, 66 Whit^all, r 173 Whitehall 

Sm^^th Eben, coFd, lab, r 57 Rawson 

Smith Edgar A, fireman W & A R R, r 68 Haynes 

Smith Edwin C, carpenter, r 292 Fair 

Smith Elira, col'd, cook, r 237 W Hunter 

Smith Elizabeth, wid Miles, r Fair, nw cor Terry 

Smith Elizabeth M, wid B, r 55 Ellis 

Smith Ellen, col'd, laundress, r 25 Clifford 

Smith Ellis, col'd, lab, r 10 Grant ^. 

Smith Emma, col'd, laundress, r 36 Walker 

Smith Fannie, col'd, laundress, r Markham, nr Haynes 

Smith Frances, wid James, r 431 Marietta 

Smith Frances, col'd, laundress, r 26 W Simpson 

Smith Francis O, elk, bds 276 Peachtree 

Smith Fred C (Curtis <fe Smith), r 69 Windsor 

Smith Gabe, c«l'd, shoe mkr, r 174 Eraser 

Smith George B, grocer, 41 Chapel, cor Tattnall 

Smith Gus, col'd, porter T F Grady, r Jbnes, cor Eraser 

Smith Guy, elk W & A R R, bds 62 Peachtree . 

Smith Hampton, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r es State, 

nr Wallace 
Smith Harrison, bkkpr W Calder, r ns Richardson, bet Pryor 

and Windsor 
Smith Hendrick A, r 286 Luckie 
Smith Henrietta, wid David, r 153 Mangum 
Smith Henrietta, laundress, r rear 189 Chapel 
Smith Henry, col'd, lab, r 48 W Simpson 
Smith Henry, col'd wks A T Finney 
Smith Henry C, machine hand J C Peck & Co 
Smith Henry C, col'd, porter, r rear 198 S Forsyth 
Smith Henry L (Fuller & Smith), r 239 S Forsyth 
Smith Hester, col'd, laundress, r ws W Peters, nr Mangum 
Smith* Hiram W, wks D F Hammond, r W E 
SMITH HOKE^ lawyer, 6 Whitehall, bds Kimball House 
Smith Howard, col'd, porter M & J Hirsch 
Smith Hugh S, with F E Block, r 15 E Mitchell 

Smith Irwin, col'd, wks C R R 
Smith Isaac H, grocer, 364 Decatur 

Smith Isaac R, carpenter, bks 16 Corput 

Smith Jacob, col'd, lab, r 308 Eraser 

Smith James, col'd, yardman T G Eiswald, r 2 Grant 

Smith James, elk, bds 35 N Pryor 

Smith James C, meat market, r 49 Chapel 

Smith James H, b kkpr J M Hill, bds N Pryor " 

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Smith James W, butcher, 588 Marietta 

Smith Jay W, dk McBride <fe Co, r 13 N Pryor 

Smith Jesse, machinist Middleton & Bro, r county 

Smith Jesse A, watchman Sou Ex Co, r 57 Young 

Smith John, lab, bds ss Mills, nr Lovejoy 

Smith John, col'd, lab, r 181 S Forsyth 

Smith John, col'd, porter M Wellhouse, r 2 Chapel 

Smith John, col'd, lab, r rear 169 Marietta 

Smith John, coFd, lab, r we Markham, nr Haynes 

Smith John, coPd, lab, r rear 152 Jackson 

Smith John A (Moore, Marsh & Co), r 55 W Harris. 

Smith John B, bookbinder C M Ramspeck, bds Terry, se cor 

Fair 
Smith John B, porter Sou Ex Co, r 16 Bell 
Smith John D ( J D & T F Smith), r 182 W Fair 
S mith Jo hn H, farmer, r Lee, W E 
SMITH JOHK M, carriage jnnfr and dealer, 48 S Broad, r 

110 Wheat. (See ail v. p. 70.) 
Smith John N, bds 15 E Mitchell 
Smith John T, carpenter, r 88 Walker 
Smith John W, r 10 Gray 
Smith Jonas S, r 11 E Peters 
Sm ith Jo nath an, coF d, lab, r 174 Wheat 
SMITH JOSEPH, groceries and meat market, 70 McDon- 

ough, r 68 McDonough 
Smith Joseph, wks Ga R R, bds Fair, nw cor Terry 
Smith Joseph H, lawyer, r 46 W Peters 
Smith J D & T F (John D and Theodore F Smith), grocers, 

65 S Broad * 

Smith J Henly, elk Dept Agriculture, r W E 
Smith J H, student, bds 182 W Fair ^ 

Jmith J I, col'd, lab, r 239 Wheat 
Smith J L Rev, col'd, pastor Shiloh A M E Church, bds 138 

Elliott 
Smith J S, grocer, 144 Marietta 
Smith J S, bds 69 Chapel 
Smith J S, wks W <fe A R R, r 40 Rhodes 
Smith Kate, col'd, seamstress, r 115 E Cain 
Smith Larkin, auditor A-L Ry, r W E 
Smith Larkin, col'd, wks J C Davis, r R R, bet Cain and 

Foundry 
Smith Lee, r 54 N Pryor 

Smith Levi J, salesman, r 278 Whitehall 

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Smith Lewis S, col'd, candy roller F E Block, r 120 E Cain 

Smith Louisa, wid W R, r 32 Williams 

Smith Louise, col'd, laundress, r 225 Glenn 

Smith Lula, seol'd, cook, r rear 55 Windsor 

Smith Lucien, mngr City Flouring Mills, r 11 E Petera 

Smith Lacios C, wks C R R, r 26 Bradbury 

Smith L F, carpenter W <fe A R R 

Smith MarceUus W, bds 186 W Peters 

Smith Maria, col'd, laundress, r 142 W Peters 

Smith Marion J, lab, bds 10 Emma 

Smith Mary, wid T A, r 226 McDonough 

Smith Mattie, col'd, cook, r rear 61 W Garnelt 

Smith Melissa, col'd, laundress, r 3 Riggers 

Smith Merton, bds Kimball House 

Smith Owen, ool'd, porter, r 101 E Cain 

Smith Ozias A, roofer, 15 N Forsyth, r 292 Whitehall 

Smith O J, bkkor Atlanta Nat Bank, bds 67 N Pryor 

Smith Palestine Miss, matron Benevelent Ass'n, r 127 Marietta 

Smith Peter, wks W <& A R R, bds Railroad, bet Bartow and 

Spring 
Smith Peter, col'd, porter Duck & Co, r ns Blaokmon, nr Fort 
Smith PriscHla, col'd, laundress, r al bet Mitchell and Mark- 
ham, e of Davis 
Smith P T, machinist Sou Agrl Works, r 124 Davis 
Smith Rebecca Mrs, mattressmkr, r 73^ Whitehall 
Smith Richard T, foreman Atlanta Machine Works, r 42 King 
Smith RUey, ool'd, porter, j 2 Dover 
Smith Robert, ool'd, wks Longley <& Robinson 
Smith Robert, ool'd, driver Traynham <& Co, r 188 Clarke 
Smith Rosa, col'd, laundress, r Clarke, bet Martin and Connally 
Smith R E, wid John, bds 146 Crew 
Smith R Windsor, messenger Sou Ex Co, r 339 Whtteball ^ 
Smith Sarah, ool'd, cook, r 178 Fort 
Smith Simeon, carpenter Winsbip & Bro, r 93 Thompson 
Smith S, wid John, r 34 Gilmer 
Smith S J Mrs, r 69 W Peters ' 
Smith Theodore F (J D & T F Smith), r 182 W Fair 
Smith Thomas, engineer A-L R R, r 76 N Calhoun 
Smith Thomas, wks T M Smith, bds 128 Spencer 
Smith Thomas J, with J M Hill, bds 157 Ivy 
Smith Thomas M, blacksmith, 270 W Peters, r 128 ^Moeer 
Smith Thompson, ool'd, porter, r rear 224 W Peters 
Smith Vinnie, col'd, laundress^ r rear 197 W fiimter 
Smith Walker S, salesman A Murphy, r 345 Deoator 






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Smith Washington D, dk W P Pattillo, bds 148 Rawaon 

Smith William, col'd, shoemkr, r 182 Ellis 

Smith William, shoemkr, r 8 W Hunter • -; 

Smith William, coPd, lab, r 12 Bradbury 

Smith William, col'd, lab, r 200 Decatur 

Smith William, wks Cole's Nursery, bds 226 McDonough i 

Smith William, wks Ga R R, bds Fair, n w cor Terry i 

Smith William, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, bds 21 Johnson^ ^ 

Smith William B, U S commissioner, room 8, 20 Decatur, r 

100 Chapel, cor Fair . 

Smith William H, elk J D & T F Smith, bds 46 E Siibpson 
Smith William H, col'd, blacksmith, 197 W Peters, r es Hol- 
land, bot Glenn and Wells 
Smith William R, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 10 Emma 
Smith William S, bkkpr A Leyden, r W E 
Smith William S, elk G J Bryant, r 178 E Hunter 
Smith Willis, col'd, carpenter W & A R R, r 81 Tattnall 
Smith Wynton, elk Snead & Co, bds Marietta, nr Spring 
Smith Zachariah H, wks A-L Ry, r 153 E Hunter 
Smyer William, col'd, wks Atlanta Foundry 
Smyth George E Dr, r 23 Collins 
Smyth William H, U S marshal, room 19, 20 Decatur, r 307 

Peachtree . ■ ' ' 

Smythe Augustus (Smythe <fe Perkerson), r 63 Walker 
SkTTHE ft FEBEBBSON (A Smythe and D Perkerson), 

grocers, 16 W Mitchell 
SneaA James, coVd, lab, r ns Baker, nr Hayden 
Snead Gideon S (Snead <fe Co), bds Markham House • 
Snead Lewis B (Snead & Co), bds National Hotel 
Snead L H, money elk Soa Ex Co, bds Markham House 
Snead William C (Snead & Co), r Ncwnan, Ga 
Snead & Co (L B, G S and W C Snead), boots and shoes, 28 

Sneed A C, collector, bds 2 W Mitchell 

Sneed E H, elk S Rosenfeld, r 116 S Forsyth 

Sneed James R, elk Executive'Dept, r 331 Peachtree 

Sneed L W, elk E T Allen, bds 98 McDonough 

Bnellings George E. dk W S Wilson ife Bro, bds 16 E Mitchell 

Snellipgs William F, wks W S Wilson & Bro 

Snider Andrew J, ool'd, shoemkr, 108 S Forsyth 

Snider Gnstavus, eoFd, shoemkr, r 108 S Forsyth 

Snider L N, col'^, laundress, r 20 Hall 

Snipes Andrew J, carpenter, r 360 E Fair 

Snook Peyton H (Oastle berry & Co), r 166 Collins 

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Snow Henry Y (McMillan <fe Snow), bds 33 N Forsyth 

Snow John S, engineer Gra R R, r 56 6rilmer 

Snyder Daniel D, r 280 E Cain 

Solomon Arnold, col'd, barber, 95 Decatur, r 14 Collins 

Solomon Margaret, col'd, laundress, r 93 W Foundry 

Solomon M, grocer, 19 N Bell 

Solomon Susan L, wid William, r 111 E Mitchell 

SOLOMOITSON S L, watches, clocks and jewelry, 43 White- 
hall, r 192 Whitehall. (See adv. front cover.) 

Somers F J, elk Veal & Bradley, r connty 

Somers Floyd, coPd, drayman Cox, Hill & Thompson, r 164 
Ellis 

Somers Levi, elk, bds 10 N Forsyth 

Souders Henrietta, wid John, bds 24 Markham ^ 

Souders Robert, agt, r 24 Markham 

So uth Fran k (Hunter <fe South), r 384 Marietta 

SOUTHEBir AGBICULTUSAL WOBKS, E Haiman, 
propr; 374 to 380 Marietta. (See adv. p. 74.) 

Southern Bag Manufactory, Elsas, May & Co, 97 to 101 S Pryor 

Southern Express Co, W W Hulbert, agt ; W H Clayton, supt f 
E Wall,^pp Union Depot 

So uthern M edical Record, Dr T S Powe ll editor ; 29 S Broad 

SOUTHESN BEAL ESTATE GAZETTE, Frierson, Ellis 
<fe Co, publishers; 33 Mari etta 

SOXTTHEBN UNDEKWBITEBS' ASSOCIATION, of 
Raleigh, NC, R S Dashiell, supt; 27J WhitehaH. (See 
adv. opp. title.) 

Sowder Aaron, col'd, lab, r R R, bet Cain and Foundry 

Sowers Felix, brick mason, r 443 Marietta 

Southerland William S, agt, r 133 W Peters 

SPAHB OTTOf professor of music, r 92 S Pryor 

SPALDDTO A T XEV D D» pastor Second Baptist Chorch, 
r 207 McDonough 

SFALBnrO EUGENE C, reporter Atlanta City Direc- 
tory, bds 207 McDonough 

Spalding Richard S (Gramling, Spalding <& Co), bds Markham 
House 

Spalding Robert D (Gramling, Spalding & Co), bds 89 Wash- 
ington 

Spalding Varney, r 138 McDonough 

Spann George C, lawyer, 5 Kimball House, bds Kimball House 

Spann Paul, col'd, lab, r ss Korth av, nr Lovejoy 

Sparks John W, ftrmer, r 83 Decatur 

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Sparks Bobert, wks Atlanta Machine Works 
Sparks Sanford, dairymim, r 174 Irwin 
Sparks Samuel P, with J C Carter, bds N Forsyth 
Sparks S P, wid John, r 299 Fair 
Sparks William C (Sparks <fe Tye), r 57 Ivy 
'* Sparks W D, drufjgist, 70 Whitehall, bds 86 S Broad 
% Sparks <fe Tye (W C Sparks and D Tye), butchers, and game 
9 depot, 21 Peach tree 

jl Speairs Shadrach H, elk, bds 35 W Simpson 
a Speairs William J, lawyer, r 35 W Simpson 
y Spear Belle, ool'd, teacher, r 30 Foster 
:p Spear George, policeman, r 25 N Calhoun 
•3 Spear Henry, col'd, lab, r 167 Marietta 
•t^Spear Susan, col'd, laundress, r ^94 N Calhoun 
J Spears Frances, coFd, laundress, r 181 N Calhoun 
^^ Speegleson Henry, baker Jack & Holland 
^, Speer A E, wid H S, r 35 W Peters 
•fi Speer F B, carpenter, bds 2^ W Peiers 
rg Speer John A, lawyer, r 22'r^85w^on 
3 Speer M J, wid William, bds 42 Cooper 
-« Speer W J W, carpenter, bds 35 W Peters 
^ Speigle George W, with W Rich <fe Co, r 211 E Hunter • 

J^ Spence John B, printer Sunny Sooth, r 162 Mangum 
Spence Mollie, col'd, laundress, r 96 Walton 
Spence Nathaniel (Spence & Jarvis), r 39 Line 
^ Spence William, carpenter, r 268 Mangum 

. Spence & Jarvis (N C Spence and W L Jarvis), carriage mnfrs 
M and dealers, 44 Line 

c5 Spencer Alpheus S, policeman, r 19 Markham 
4^ Spencer David A, dep U S marshal, r 199 Jackson 
^ Spencer George C, bds 55 Walton 
, S Spencer Lemerle M, carrier P O, r 19 Markham 
03 Spencer Macon B, bkkpr W F Stokes & Co, bds National Hotel 
^3 Spencer Samuel B, lawyer, 21 Whitehall, r Washington, cor 
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^N Sperling Fannie Miss, dressmkr, r 93 S Broad 

J^ .Spies George, bds 212 E IJunter 

M Spinks A J, lab, bds 242 Haynes 

P4 Spinks Garrett, r rear 242 Haynes 

P^ Spinks Hiram T, carpenter, r 238 Haynes 

« Spinks Lewis D, oar inspector A-L By, r 277 £ Hunter 
Spinks William R, brick mason, r 242 Hayoes 

HH Spiro Joseph, bkkpr Sou Igrl Works, bds 16 E Cain 

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Spivey Emma, col'd, cook, r Holland, cor Wells 
Spivey Jordan, engineer Atlante Rolling Mill Co 
Spivey William, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 43 Victoria 
Sprekelson Henry, grocer, 176 Decatur 

Springfield Baptist Church, col'd, Rev James Baker, pastor- es 
Fort, nr Taylor 

Spry Bettie, col'd, laundress, rss Jones, bet Pryor and PuIIiam 

Spullock James, lab, r 30 Ezzard 

Squires James, engineer W <fe A R R 

Stacy CsBsar, col'd, lab, r 122 Davis 

Stafford Jeff, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 36 Emma 

Stafford Louisa A, col'd laundress, r 98 E Cain 

Stafford Thomas, col'd, r 153 Wheat 

Stallings Alsley, wid S W, r 83 Rawson 

Stallings David W, plasterer, r es Eraser, nr Crumley 

Stallings James W, elk I S Mitchell, r 83 Rawson 

Stallings Robert R, conductor W <fe A R R 

Stallworth Hannah, col'd, laundress, r 64 Humphries 

Stamps Louisa, col'd seamstress, r 184 Markhaip 

Stamps Robert, col'd, wks A C Brewery, r rear 209 W Peters 

Standard George, foreman Atlanta Machine Works, r 87 Gk R R 

Standing George Rev, pastor Loyd St Methodist Church 

Stanford Ezra, col'd, carpenter, r 161 Fort 

Stanford M E, wid Thomas, r rear 140 E Cain 

Stanley Henry S, elk, r 10 Walker . 

Stanley J H, bds Savannah, nr Ga R R 

Stanley Mary L, matron Atlanta Univereity 

Stanley M J Mrs, r Savannah, nr Ga R R 

Stanley Spencer, col'd, lab, r 139 Chapel 

Stanton Louisa, col'd, seamstress, r 161 Houston 

Stanton Mary L, matron Atlanta University 

Stonton McClure H, elk W L Stanton & Co, bds WcHt End 

Stanton Thomas, col'd, waiter Wilson House 

Stanton William L (W L Stanton & Co), r W E 

Stanton W H, grocers, 50 Decatur, r 147 S Pryor 

Stanton W L & Co (W L Stanton and B F Megee), grocers, 89 

S Broad 
Stapler R F, saloon, 16 Marietta 
Staples R F, conductor W & A R R, r 206 Formwalt 
Stapp John, cleaner W <fe A R R, s es Davis, nr Spence 
Stark James H, grocer, 208 Marietta, r 34 Foundry 
Starnes Joel M, dep U S marshal 
Starnes Martha, wid John, r as State, nr Wallace 
Starnes William A, policeman, r 28 Larkin 




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State Savings Bank, Dr G \V Handy, pres ; W W Bell, cashier ; 

10 Wall ^ ^ .X ^^f 

Staub Albert, photographer C W Motes, and confectioner, 143 

' W Peters 
Stebbins Charles N, agt, r 162 E Hunter ^ •^^,„,^. ^ ": 
Stedman Charles P, cook Turner & Bbsworthjbds 61 J Whitehall 
Steed Alfred colM, shoemkr N Holmes, r rear 51 Pulliam 
Steele George W, engineer A & W Pt R R, r 29 N Calhoun 
Steele J R, engineer W & A R R ^ 

Steele Mary A, wid J H, r 29 N Calhoun ■^■. 

Steele Robert, coPd, barber, r 42 Grubb 

Steele Samuel, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 60 Johnson 
Stcerman Jeff C, elk Fuller & Smith 
Stegall Catharine, wid WilKara, r ns Henry, nr Mangum 
Stegall Henry, wks F E Block 
Stegall Henry, wks Gas Co, r 113 Thurmond 
Stegall Jack, wks F E Block 
Stegall Tandy, wks Sou Agrl Works, r 47 Victoria 
Stegall Warren, lab, r ns Henry, nr Mangum 
Steichel Louis A, barkpr R C Young, r 18 Whitehall 
Steinhauer John F, tinner Stewart, Wood tfe Fain 
Steinheimer Alex, elk A Kreisle, bds 151 Whitehall 
Steinheipier David, dry goods, shoes, trunks, etc, 48 Whitehall, 

r 151 Whitehall 
STEINHEIMER EMANUEL, agt, junk store, 91 S Broad, 
r 62 Thompson 

Steinheimer Isaac, with D Steinheimer, r 267 Whitehall 

Steinheimer Jacob, with D Steinheimer, r 191 Whitehall 

Steinmart Charles, tailor, M & J Hirsch, r 8 Markham ^ 

Stephens Charles W, carpenter Longley & Robinson, r 64 W 
Humphries 

Stephens Dionysius V, gun and locksmith, 39 S Broad, r 132 
Rhodes ' 

Stephens James M, opr W U Tel, r 46 Powers 

Stephens John (Stephens & Flynn), r 126 Jackson 

Stephens John, carpenter, r rear 212 W Peters 

Stephens John, cord, lab, r 164^arke 

Stephens Savannah, coFd, cook, r J39 Moselcy 

.Stephens William P, r 2 Liberty - 

'Stephens W T, feeder J P Harrison & Co 

Stephens & Flynn (J Stephens and J H Flynn), whol grocers, 
41 and 43 E Alabama 

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Sterchi E Miss, teacher, r 76 Cr^w 

Ster^hi Jnlius H, bkkpr W M & R J Lowry, r 76 Crew 

Sterling W L, physician, 181 Marietta , 

Stevens Anna, col'd, laundress, r 12 Bradbury 

Stevens Harriet, col'd, cook, r 36 Rawson 

Stevens Henry J,.r 185 W Peters ^ 

Stevens James, col'd, porter J O'Neill 

Stevens John, col'd, driver Lowe & Magbee 

Stevens John, col'd, lab, r es Mitchell, nr Haynes 

STEVENS J P9 ninfg jeweler and engraver, diamonds, 

watches, and jewelry, 28 Whitehall, bds Markham House 
Stevens Lena, col'd, laundress, r rear 48 S Butler 
Stevens Lewis O, jeweler J P Stevens, bds National Hotel 
Stevens William J, carpenter, r 191 W Peters 
Stevenson Lizzie Miss, teacher Storrs School, bds 104 Houston 
Stevenson Nora, col'd, laundress, r rear 85 Elliott 
Stevens Robert, col'd, lab, r 138 Elliott 
Stevenson Thomas, col'd, lab, r 47 Chattahoochee 
Stewart Alfred, carpenter, r 253 Luckie 
Stewart Andrew P (Stewart, Wood & Fain), r 152 Alexander 
Stewart David W, barkpr, r Green's Ferry av 
Stewart Edward, trimmer A T Finney, bds Callaway House 
Stewart Emma, widWillam f rear 164 W Peters 
Stewart Etlward S (Cook & Stewart), r Gordon, W E 
Stewart Fred S, Jr, with Stewart, Wood <fe Fain, bds Gordon, 

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Stewart George, r 9 Haynes 

Stewart Gibson B, saloon 165 W Peters, r 10 Haynes 
Stewart George W% printer, r 139 W Fair 
Stewart G W, barkpr G B Stewart, r 140 W Fair 
Stewart Henry, carpenter, r Savannah, nr Ga R R 
Stewart James A, miller, r 115 W Simpson 
Stewart James M (Bellenger & Stewart) 
Stewart John (Stewart & Williams), r 31 Peachtree 
Stewart J, trav agt, bds 10 W Mitchell 
Stewart John J, butcher, 249 W Peters, r 61 Humphries 
Stewart John T, carpenter J C Peck A Co 
Stewart John T, carpenter A-L.R R, r 61 Larkin 
Stewart S B, lab, r 88 Jones av 
Stewart Joseph A, carpenter, r 184 Elliott 
Stewart Joseph S (Tommey, Stewart & Be^k), r Oxford, Ga 
Stewart M A, wid M, r 11 Terry 
Stewart William; elk J J Tolbert, r 19 Washington 
Stewart William A, candymkr F E Block, r 61 W Homphricg 

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8TEWABT, WOOD ft FAUT (A P Stewart, A P Wood and 

J N Fain}, stoves and tinware, 69 Whitehall 
Stewart & Williams (J Stewart and W Williams), grocers, 39 

Sti^litz Frederick, baker, 121 Whitehall 

Stinson Ella, ool'd, laundress, r Edgewood 

Stiuson Samuel, col'd, lab, r £>]gewood 

Stoate B W, agt Sou Pub Co, 68 E Alabama 

Stocker James Z, bkkpr J T Eichberg, bds 338 Whitehall 

Stoker John D, bkkr Castleberry & Co, 338 Whitehall 

Stocking Samael, bkkpr Athinta Cotton Factory, 314 Peachtree 

Stockton Benmrain F, plumber J T Eichbei^, r W Simpson, 

nw cor CeGive 
Stockton Edmund D, gas fitter Hannioutt & Bellingraths, bds 

130 Jones av 
Stockton Hansell, bkkpr Jerry Lynch, bds 303 Whitehall 
Stockton John, molder Atlanta Foundry 
Stockton Kobert, wks Hunuicutt & Bellingraths 
Stockton Sarah, wid H, r 130 Jones 
Stockton S E, wid W M, r 303 Whitehall 
Stockton Thomas, bkkpr J L Winter & Co, r 303 Whitehall 
Stockton William M, elk L H Clarke, bds 303 Whitehall 
Stokes Emeline, ool'tl, ^x>ok, r 182 E Harris 
Stokes Francis A ( W F Stokes & Co), bds 33 Smith 
Stokes Jackson, col'd, lab, r Richardson, bet Martin and Con- 

nally 
Stokes John W, grocer, 96 Whitehall, r 208 E Harris 
Stokes King, col'd, lab, r 177 N Calhoun 
Stokes Thomas, colM, lab, r 30 Thurmond 
Stokes Wesley, col'd, lab, r 438 Fair 
Stokes William F (W F Stokes & Co), r 33 Smith 
STOKES W F ft CO (W F and F A Stokes), whol fruits, 

produce and &ncy groceries, 17 E Alabama 
StoU Philip, with Eiseman Bros, bds Kimball House 
Stone Adeline, col'd, laundress, r 247 Marietta 
Stone Andrew J, wks Atlanta Boiling Mill Co, r 591 Marietta 
Stone Samantha, col'd, laundress, r es Randolph, nr limits 
Storr's School, col'd, Miss Amy Williams, prin ; 96 Houston 
Story Joseph, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 29 Pettis • 
Story Charlotte, col'd, laundress, r 75 Martin 
Stout Burwell A, delivery elk P O, r 72 Marietta 
Stout Charles, ool'd, lab, r es Reed, bet Richmond and Crumley 
Stout Orrin B, paymaster's elk, Dept South 



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Stout Samuel V D, dk Moore, Marsh & Co, bds 76 Collins 
Stovall Jeiry, col'd, carpenter, r 13 Biggere 
Stovall Ozias, physician, r 69 Chapel 
Stovall Samuel, conductor A-L Ry, bds 39 N Pryor 
Stowers Ceorge, carpenter, r Horton, ne cor Scofield 
Stowers Thomas J, lab, r 348 Decatur 
Strauss David, barber, 61 Whitehall, r 72 Fair 
Street George, carpenter, bds 71 W Harris 
Strickland Catharine, ool'd, cook, r 5 Ivy 
Strickland George, col'd, carpenter, r 305 W Mitchell 
Strickland Henry, col'd, lab, r rear es Fraser, bet Fair and 
Hunter 

Strickland Sallie, col'd, laundress, r ss Forrest av, nr N Butler 
Strickland Stephen, col'd, lab, r 233 Foster 
Strickland S L (S L Strickland & Bro), r 61 S Broad 
Strickland S L <fe Bro (8 L and W R Strickland), grocers, 51 S 

Broad 
Strickland William R rS L Strickland & Bro), r 61 S Broad 
Stringfellow Judy, col'd, cook, r rear County Jail 
Strong Cicero H, water comr Fifth Ward, cotton buyer and 

com mer, 1 1 and 15 Marietta, r W Harris, nr Spring 
Strong Clar^ N, col'd, laundress, r 14 Fuller's row 
Strong Jerry, col'd, cook Markham House, r 241 McDonongh 
Strong N Baseomb, cotton buyer, bds 57 Elliott 
Strong Willis, coPd, lab, r 287 Fraser 
Stroud Manson, lab^ r Gordon, W E 

Stroud William H, shoemkr, 14 W Alabama, r 109 Houston 
Stroup Julius, carpenter W & A R R, r 53 W Fair 
Stubbs Edmond, ool'd, lab, r ss Cox, nr Blackmon 
Stubhs Edward, col'd, wks Longley & Robinson, r 41 Castle- 
berry 

Stubbs Matilda, col'd, laundress, r ws Peters, nr Mangum 

Stuchlick Joseph, foreman F E Block, bds 8 S Broad 

Stultz Charles, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 20 Victoria 

Styles Carey W, bds Markham House 

Styles Henry, col'd, lab, r rear 220 W Peters 

Sadduth Jacob, col'd, dravman T J Dabney 

Sullivan Christopher, wks W & A R R, r 26 Rhodes 

Sullivan Chris, elk J Keely, bds 26 Rhodes 

Sullivan C P, elk J J Lynch, bds 14 King 

Sullivan Dennis O, wks W A A R R 

Sullivan Jackson J, bkkpr F A Block, bds Markham House 

Sullivan Jeremiah, trader, bds Campbell House 

Sullivan John H, carriage shop, 10 Howell, r rear 614 Decatur 

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Sullivan Patrick, car inspector Ga R R 

Sullivan Patrick, wks W & A R R, r 111 W Baker 

Sulzbacher Isaac, watchmkr,43 Whitehall ,^^ ^x _• 

Summer Hill School, col'd, Miss A B Clark, prin ; 160 Martm 

Summers Briscoe, cord, lab, r 144 E Cain 

Summers Charles, col'd, lab, r 222 Fort 

Summers H J, carpenter, r Edgewood 

Summers James, machinist W & A R R 

Summers Jennie, ool'd, laundress, r 222 Fort 

Summers Susan Miss, bds E dgeiwood _^^^^ x , rr c i 

sxnnnr south pububhihg house, Joim h seais, 

propr ; W B Seals, bus manager ; publisher, printer, bind- 
er, ruler, etc ; 24 S Br(»d. (See adv. opp. p. 16) 
Superior Court, Hon Cincinnatus Peeples, judge ; City Hall 
Suttles George, col'd, lab, r rear 143 N Calhoun 
Suttles John, col'd, barber, r 11 9 Markham 
Suttles Wiley, col'd, lab, r ns Hunter, E of Davis 
Sutton Elizabeth, wid Thomas, r 110 S Forsyth 
Sutton Esther, eol'd, laundress, r R R, nr Spring 
Sutton Henry, col'd, shoemkr N Holmes, r 288 Eraser 
Sutton John, col'd, lab, r 6 State 
Sutton William, col'd, wks Markham House 
Swain Sarah, col'd, laundress, r 98 Rhodes 
Swann James W, elk J T McGuire bds 39 Rhod^ 
, Swann Richard T, engraver E H Hyde, bds 39 Rhodes 
Swann Richard W, contractor, r 39 Rhodes 
Swann Sam A, mess J H James, bds 39 Khoiles 
Swann W S, bkkpr Atlanta Nat Bartk, bds 13 E Alabama 
Swanson David, col'd, porter O C Carroll, r 44 S Pryor 
Swanson Jeremiah, col'd, hofltler Street R R Co 
Swanson Susan, col'd, laundress, r 402 Marietta 
Swanson William, col'd, waiter Mrs E L Thomas 
Swearingen F J, wid Thomas A, r 51 W ^am 
Sweat James, helper Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Sweat James M, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Sweat man Lou Miss, r 18 Pine • 

gweeny Lizzie, coFd, laundress, r Grt'en s Ferry av 
Swift Anna, wid R L, r 80 Crew 

Swift Charles H, agt, undertaker, 47 SLoyd, r 80 Crew 
Swift C T, with Maddox & Rucker, bds National Hotel 
SWIFT JOHN N, fertilizer agt, 63 S Broad, f 140 Rawson 
Swift John N, Jr, elk R P S Kimbro, bds Cannon House 
Swift S E Mrs, dressmkr, 39 Whitehall ^ . 

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Swjgert George A, yard master A-L Ry, r 115 Ga R R 

Sykes Alexander, col'd, lab, r 29 Ezzard 

Sykes Cincinnatus, colM, drayman H Lewis ' « 

Sykes Thomas, coFd, lab, r 314 W Mitchell ^^ 

Symmers William, bkkpr, r rear 164 W Peters p|| 

Symmes Mamie Miss, with E F Shropshire, bds pi W Foundry • 

Symmes Su»an, wid George, r 61 W Foundry Op 

Thrower Jarnes G. p 

Has made special arrangemeois to accommodate the ladiea in the houtekeep- 
ing duties, bj keeping the best of workmen t-o do patohing and whitewashing, 
kaloimining, etc. Address P. 0. box 103 a day before you want work done, 
giying street and number of residence. 



TABER FAIRMAN F, physician (homeopathic), 82 De- 
catur 
Taber Seth T, grocer, 200 Marietta 

Taliaferro Valentine H, physician, 71 Whitehall, r 62 Walton 
Talley Algernon S, elk, bds 143 S Pryor , 

Talley William M, r 105 Walker 

Talm^dge Amanda, wid T R, bds 316 Whitehall • 

Tannage William,asst master mechanic Atlanta Rolling Mill Co , 
Tanner Benjamin, coPd, wks Longley & Robinson » 

Tanner Emma, col'd, chambermaid Kimball House, r 72 S Butler 
Tanner G Henry, law student, bds 93 Fort 
Tanner Joseph B,r 93 Fort 
Tanner S T, r 22 Rock 

Tanner William J (P & G T Dodd & Co), bds 93 Fort 
Tare Lizzie, coFd, cook, r 24 James 
Tarrant William W, carpenter, r ss Simpson, nr Chestnut 
Tart Jane, ooFd, cook, ri68 S Butler 
Tart Maria, coF^t, nurse, r 68 S Butler 
Tart Wesley, col'd, lab, r 68 S Butler 
Tate Hannah, col'd, cook, r 332 Washington 
Tate James, col'd, grocer, 220 Decatur 
Tatum Robert T, grocer, r 42 Alexander . 
Taylor Ada Miss, milliner Mrs A McCorraick 
Taylor Catharine Mrs, laundress, r Johnson, nr Mangum 
Taylor Charles, col'd, lab, r 230 W Hunter 
Taylor Clark. colM, blacksmith Sou Agrl Works, r 16 Fair 
Taylor Clark, ool'd, wks Atlanta Brewery, r 133 Washington 
TATLOB CLINT (Taylor, Muse & Beall), livery and sale sta- 
bles, 54 and 66 S Pryor, bds Kimball House. (See ad v. p.79.) 

lULLMAN PALACCt cars leave AtUota dailv tor Wsshiogioa 
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-^ Taylor C A Miss, teacher High School, r 8 E Mitchell 
Tajlor Florida (J J Williains <& Co), r Stone Mountain 
Taylor Frank, coPd, barber W D Hutching, bds 55 Houston 
Taylor F B, r 91 Eawson 
Taylor Geor^, contractor, r 304 Whitehall 
^Taylor Harriet, oal'd, laundress, r rear 29 Merritt's av 
^^aylor Hester, col'd, cook, L Cohen, r 52 Thomi>8on 
Jjb.Taylor Jackson T, lawyer, r 218 8 Pryor 
^ TATLOB JAMES A, druggist, 9 Peachtree, r 290 Peachtree 
^ Taylor James W, with Howe Machine Co, r 17 N Bell 
■' Taylor Jemima, coPd, laundress, r 188 Mangum 
Taylor John T, coppersmith Ga R R, r HO Fillmore 
Taylor Joseph, cord, wks Elsas, May & Co, r 22 Chapel 
Taylor Jupiter, col'd, fireman Kimball House 
^ Taylor J W, elk, bds 83 Rawson 

Taylor Lewi.«, coPd, lab, r es N Calhoun, nr Cox 
Taylor Martini A, wid L D, r 170 W Hunter 
S^.Taylor Melissa, ool'd, seamstrsss, r 104 S Pryor 

Taylor, Muse <fe Beall (Clint Taylor, W R Muse and A J Beall), 

stock yard, C R R, bet Mitchell and Nelson 
Taylor M A J, elk Sharp & McDaniel, bds 101 Nelson 
_ Taylor M, col'd, wks W & A R R 
M Taylor Richard, lab, bds 97 Marietta 
^ Taylor Sophia, col'd, laundress, r rear 30 S Bell 
• Taylor Sarah, coPd, laundress, r 153 Thompson 
Taylor Sarah, wid George, r 231 N Calhoun 
Taylor Toulmine W, bkkpr J J Williams & Co, r Stone Moun- 
tain, Ga 

ff Taylor V E Mrs, teacher Havnes St School, r 18 E Mitchell 
Qjj Taylor Walter A (Taylor <fe Wimberly), bds 290 Peachtree 
g Taylor William, col'd, driver, r rear 125 Washington 

a 9^ Taylor William, col'd, lab, r 29 Biggers 
TAYLOR ZACK, with Clint Taylor 
j^ TATLOB ft WIMBERLY (W A Taylor and W H Wim- 
berly), druggists, 30 Marietbi - 
Teat Henry P, press feeder, r ns NewtoM, nr Scott 
^ Teat Wyly A, printer T S Reynolds, r 175 W Fair 
^^ Telfair Shadrach, col'd, carpenter, r 20 Hull 
^ Telfew Marshall, col'd, lab, r rear 21 Ivy . 
Terhune Georgia, wid James, r 30 I^arkin 
Terrell C L Mrs, bds 152 S Pryor 

Terrell Lynch M, supt U S Rv mull service, 5 Marietta, r 97 
E Mitchell ' .V H 

Terrell Fannie, col'd, laundress, r rear 26 Valentine 

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Terrell George, col'd, lab, r r 179 Ellis 
Terrell James, col'd, waiter Markham House, r 36 Valentine 
Terrell John, col^," lab, r N ColliOs:at terminus » 

Terrell Msrehall, col'd, lab, r rear 30 S Bell 
Terrell M G, wid, bds 98 McDonough 
Terrell Samuel, engineer, r ns Newton, nr Elliott 
Terrell William, col'd, lab, r icor 30 S Bell 
Terry Ernest W, shoemkr, r 19 Magazine 
Terry George, col'd, wks E P Kellam 

Terry George W, master machinist A-L Ry,'and water commis- 
sioner Third Ward, r 181 E Hunter ' 
Terry Hubbard, col'd, cook Markham House 
Terry M C, shoemkr, 7 S Broad, r 19 Mangum 
Terry William, cold, lab, r Church, se cor Spring 
Terry W M (Terry ife Morris), r DeKalb Co 
Terry & Morris (W M Terry and S A Morris), grocers, 330 

Decatur 
Thaden Hermi^n, grocer, 234 W Mitchell, r county 
The Acanthus, Miss Annie M Barnes, editor and propr; 24 S 

Broad 
The Amateur Gazette, W P Wool ley, editor and propr; 24 S 

Broad 

THE DAILY COM'STITUTIOH, W A Hemphill, bus 

mngr ; 34 S Broad. (See adv. p. 77.) 

THE J M BSAD8TBEET ft SOH CO, Improved Com* 

mercial Agency, 11 James Bank Blk, 6^ Whitehall. (See 

adv. p. 65.) 
Theland William, wks Atlanta City Brewery, r 89 E Cain 
The Mercantile Agency, R G Dun & Co, proprs; Isaac R Harby, 

mana ger ;^ lab ama, n e oor S Pryor 
THE SUHIIT SOUTH, John H Seals, editor and propr; 

W B Seals, business manager; 24 S Broad. (See adv. opp. 

p:16.) 
Thibadeau Joseph H, abstract bkkpr W & A R R, r 118 Crew 
Thigpen Benjamin F, civil engineer, rill Green's Ferry av 
Third Baptist Chflreh, Rev J F Reeves, pastor ; 31 Jones 
Thomas Albert, elk Burke & Hancock, bds 8 S Broad 
Thomas All)ert, col'd, wks A-L Ry, r Fort, ne cor Cain 
Thomas Amy, col'd, laundress, r 15 Church 
Thomas Augustus, col'd, lab, r 15 Church 
Thomas Bettie, col'd, laundress, r 227 S Forsyth 
Thomas Charles S, elk T J Dabney, r 115 Ivy 
Thomas Clara Mrs, ^mstress, r 119 Marietta 
Thomas Colin, col'd, lab, r ns Mayson's Ferry rd, Belwood 

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Thomas Coroelius, cord, lab, r 210 Mangum 

Thomas Edward, cord, (MTpctiter J C Feck & Co, r 28 800- 
field 

Thomas Edward, col'd, lab, bds 85 Spring 

Thomas Edward G, bds 8 8 Broad 

Thomas Edmund, col'd, wks J Lochrey 

Thomas Eliza, wid Thomas, r rear 123 Ga R R 

Thomas Elzar, col'd, lab, r 22 Valentine 

THOMAS E A, grocer, 78 Peachtree, r 43 W Cain 

Thomas E B, elk, bds 115 Ivy 

Thomas £ D, wid William, r nr Mayson's Ferry rd, Bellwood 

Thomas E L, r 8 S Broad 

Thomas E L Mrs, boarding, 8 S Broad 

Thomas George, col'd, porter Pinson <fe Holt, r 52 McDonough 

Thomas Greorge P, fireman W & A R R, r nr Mayson's Ferry 
/ rd, Bellwood 

THOMAS OEOEOE S, asst U S atty and lawyer, 20 De- 
catur, r 38 McDonough • 

Thomas Henry, col'd, carpenter, r 193 E Cain 

Thomas Henry, col'd, lab, r 26 Valentine 

Thomas Henry W, furniture, 9 Marietta, r 115 Ivy 

ThoDkas Hester, col'd, laundress, r es Tumlin, nr Gallatin 

Thomas Ida, col'd, cook, r rear 63 Elliott 

Thomas Isaiah, coFd, porter Boynton Bros 

Thomas I H, wks W & A R R, r ss Newton, nr Elliott 

Thomas James, wks Ga R R, r 121 Ga R R 

THOMAS JAMES W, K^n'l ins a?t; represents NATIONAL 

LIFE nrs CO, of u s a; st paul fibe ins co» 

of Minn; TRABEBS' FIRE INS CO, of Chicago; and 

MOBILE UNDEBWBITEBS INS CO. of Mobile, 

8 S Pryor, opp Kimball House, r 70 Nelson 
Thomas Jane, cord, laundress, r 91 W Foundry 
Thomas Jeremiah, col'd, lunch room, 21 Ivy 
Thomas Jesse, coFd, barl>er M W Whitfield, r 26 Valentine 
Thomas John, col'd, driver, r rear 283 S Pryor ^ 
Thomas John, col'd, fireman H Lewis 

Thomas John, col'd, grocer, 100 Haynes, r Dover, nr Haynes 
Thomas John, stock dealer, r 11 W Peters 
Thomas John, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r es Tumlin, 

nr Gallatin 
Thomas John H, fireman W & A R R, r Dover, bet Tattnall 

and Haynes , 
Thomas Julia, col'd, laundress, r 174 E Harris 
Thomas Lavinia, col'd, laundress, r 140 E Simpson 

fST MUSLIN '<^°^^^^^^ SHIRTS, open front or back. Plaited Bowm, 
made 10 order for $3G per doxen, at Wiwoji & rpRFjc >««'«'«. -•*> Whitehall. 



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Thomas Lewis H, brick mason, r 101 N Calhoun 

Thomas Louisa, col'd, laundress, r R R, cor Collins 

Thomas Lovick P Capt, chief police, 47 S Pryor, r 55 E 

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Thomas Lovick P Jr, elk Crane, Boylston & Co, bds 55 E Peters 
Thomas Lucy, col'd, laundress, r 258 N Calhoun 
Thomas Margaret, col'd, laundress, r 85 Sprm? 
Thomas Mary, col'd, laundress, r rear 77 E Hunter 
Thomas Mary E Mrs, r Bryant, bet Martin and Connally 
Thomas Mattie, col'd, cook^ r 26 Humphries 
Thomas Mattie, wid John, r 81 Haynes 
Thomas Neal, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Thomas Pellie, col'd, laundress, r264 Mangum 
Thomas Peter, col'd, lab, r 8 Biggers ^. ^ . 
Thomas Rebecca, col'd, laundress, r 185 N Butler 
Thomas Robert, col'd, porter, Ws 85 Spring w ,„^„»„ 

Thomas Robert S, gin builder Winship & Bro, r ns Mayeons 

Ferry rd, Bellwood ^„. 

Thomas R T, tailor J Lynch, r 77 Elliott 
Thomas Samuel, col'd, wks W & A R R, r 26 James 
Thomas Sarah, col'd, laundress, r Chapel, nr Barracks 
Thomas Sterling, col'd, drayman Rice & Mitchell, r ns Foster, 

nr Ella ^" ^ ^, . ^^ 

Thomas Susan, wid Anderson, r 167 Marietta 

ihomas Thomas, col'd, wks 5,P-«L^lf T^e J G^^^^^ ^^"^' 
Thomas Thomas L, engineer Ga R R, bds 123 Ga R K 
Thomas V C, wid J W, r Alal)ama, ^ cor Poror 
Thomas Walton, col'd, wVs Atlanta Rolling Mill Co,r6(>.Mag. 

Thomas William, colM, lab, Ms 55 Chaltalioochee 

Thomas William, col'd, lab, r 299 Fort 

Thomas William, col'd, wks Atlanta RoUing Mr 1 Co 

Thomas William B, watchman W & A R R. r 114 W Mitchell 

Thomas William H, cabinet mkr J H Gavan, bds 106 W 

Mitchell ^r » ir^..„ wi 

Thomas William M, carpenter, r ss Maysons Fe^J "' 
Thomas Zachariah, col'd, driver Pendletons & Lampkin, r ii 

Thom^'^n Andrew J, car i-^^P-tor Ga R R r 1« FHlmor. 
Thom^n Andrew P, with T M Clarke & Co, '•J2 Spring 
Thomson Archibald, col'd, wks City Brewery, r 251 N Cal- , 

ThomZ, Arkansas, col'd, shoemkr, r ss W Peters, nr Hum- 
phries '_ ^ 

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j^ ThompsoD Augustus, col'd, blacksmith, 50 S Pryor, r Richard 
' ^» ardsoo, oor Connall/ 

fThompwQ Britton W, carpenter A-L %, bds Railroad, bet 
Bartew and Spring ' 

^ 5, Thompson Charles H, col'd, lab, r 161 Fillmore 
g Ihompeon Dicey, col'd, cook, r 20 E Mitchell 
« Thompson Elijah, col'd, driver P <fe G T Dodd & Co, r 66 Mag- 
^ azine ' ^ 

5 Thompson Elmira, coFd, laundress, r 145 Davis 

1 Thompson Eliza, col'd, laundress, r 320 Collins 

^ Thompson Evaline M Mrs, confectfoneiy, 127 Whitehall 
g Thompson Erwin, ooFd, lab, r 155 Fair 

2 Thompson George, grocer, 60 W Humphries 
^ Ihompeon Green, car driver, bds 19 Irwin 

^ TOnif£3{iS?°X'i^/^' ^'^P' ^ ^^"''^°' ^« 1« W Pete" 
S pj™*^ ISAAC P, druggist, 155 W Peters, r 163 W 

^ Thompson James R, elk, r ns Currier, nr N Butler 

J Thompson Janney W, bkkpr, bds 156 S Pryor 
Thompson John, elk, bds 19 Irwin 
^ Thompson John, lab, r Warner av, bet Pettis and Jones 
M Thompson John B, fruit, r ws Warner av, bet Jones and Pettis 
^ Ihompson John E, lawyer, r 10 Peachtree 

Thompson John R, r 159 Thompson 
2 Thompson John W, with Jack <& Holland, r 68 Terry 
« Thompson Joseph Dr, r 238 8 Pryor 

^ Thomnson Joseph, Jr (Cox, Hill & Thompson), bds Kimball 
^ ilouse 

^ Thompson J E, Mrs with E F Shropshii 

p^ Thompson J 8 Rev, col'd, r 7 Maple 

^ Thompson Maria, col'd, laundress, r ws Petere, nr Mangum 

jj Thompson Nancy M, wid J M C, r 231 Decatur 
^ Thompson Nelson, col'd, painter, r 81 E Garnett 
^ Ihompson Rachel, ool'd, laundress, r rear 131 Whitehall 

^ THOkPSOH BOBERT G, restaurant, James' Bank Blk, 
fronting RR and ladies' cafe, 4 Whitehall, r 22 Luckie 
m (See adv. p. 76.) 

O Thompson Thomas, col'd, wks Atlanta City Brewery 
•pj Ihompson Thomas J, policeman, r 170 W Hunter 
^ Thompson Wiley, col'd, lab, r Vine, oor Foundry 

Thompson William, constable, 21 Marietta, r 19 Irwin 

" Thnm^" w"^^**^^^^' wksEIsas,May& Co, r40 Richmond 
Ihompson Warren R D, physician, rear 234 Decatur, r 285 Fair 

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Thompson Willis W, elk Lon^Iey & Robinson, r 19 Moore 
Thompson Z, elk, bds 160 8 Pryor 

Thomson William S (^^Candler & Thomson), r 417 Peachtree 
Thorington Clara, cord, laundress, r rear 24 Railroad 
I'horington C D, col'd, wks Pullman Car Co, r 11 S Cklhoun 
Thornton Albert P, dk, bds 288 Peachtree 
Thornton Eugene H (Lynch & Thornton), bds 109 8 Pryor 
Thornton James Rev, ool'd, r ws Formwalt, nr limits 
Thornton Jerome B, candy mkr F E Block, r Irwin* cor Gor- 
don, W E 
Thornton Jesse, col'd, teacher, r ws Ira, nr Glenn 
Thornton Marcellus E, lawyer, 4 Walton, r 123 W Peters 
Thornton Mary, col'd, cook, r ss Wells, bet Holland and Hum- 
phries 
Thornton Manr R, wid 8 W, r 123 W Peters 
Thornton R H, col'd, driver, r rear 216 Rawson 
Thornton Samuel C, engineer W <fe A R R, r 123 W Peters 
Thrash Lawrence, pressman Bergstrom <(r Co, r 105 Stotiewall 
Thrash Owen, col'd, lunch room, 7 Ivy 
Thrash Thomas D, printer Methodist Advocate, r 7 Markham 
Thrash William H, enrineer W & A R R, r 191 W Mitchell 
Thrasher Benjamin, ooPd, lab, r 95 Humphries 
Thrasher Emanuel, col'd, driver Abbott & Bro, r Glenn, cor 

Hamphries 
Thrasher Harris, col'd, blacksmith, r ss Gn R R, nr Gullatt 
Thrasher Josephine, ool'd, cook, r ws Pryor, bet Ridiardson 

and Clarke 
Thras h er Will iam, col'd carpenter, r Jones, bet Terry and King 
THROWEB JAMES O, contractor and builder, 32 Kimball 
House, E Wall, r 77 Mangam^ (See adv. head of every 

let ter.) 

THROWER JAMES K, foreman 8unny South, r 262 E 

Hunter 
Thrower Osgood A Rev, r 262 E Hunter ' 
Thrower Thomas L, engineer A-L Ry, r 30 West Mitchell 
Thurman Feudal D, r 28 McDaniel 
rhurman John A, pastor, r 61 Mayes al 
Thurman J C, keeper magazine 
Thurman William, printer V P Sisson & Co 
Thurmond Charles, molder Atlanta Foundry 
Thurmond Davicl, brick takr, r 200 Elliott 
Thurmond Edmund, col'd, lab, r ss Harris, nr Butler * 
Thurmond Henry C, brick mkr, r 50 Maves al 
Thurmond James, brick mason, r 18 W^ARR 

m1?D UIPUT Rates to or from Korth, EmI or Weii, appljr 
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Thurmond Susan, cord, cook, r 7 W Peters 

Thweatt P, 19 S Broad, bds Cannon House 

Thwing I C, wid J C, bds 207 McDonough 

Tidwell Franklin, col'd, shoemkr, r ns College, nr Foster 

Tidwell Reuben W, grocer, .21 and 25 W Mitchell, r 150 S 

Forsyth 
Tighlman W R Rev, col'd, r 68 Howell 
Tinsley Caroline, col'd, cook, r 72 Richmond 
Tilden A C, bkkpr, r 173 Ellis 
-Tilden Berry, col'd, wks L Schelpert 
Tiller James, saloon, 94 W Peters, bds 71 W Peters 
Tiller James, col'd, lab, r 5 Ivy 
Tiller John, r 71 W Peters 
Tiller Wyatt, col'd. porter, r 52 Fuller's row 
Tillery Jeremiah, col'd, lab, r 100 Walker 
Tillman Henry, col'd, lab, r 95 W Foundry 
Timmerman Henry, cook Kimball House 
Tiner Valentine, col'd, wks W & A R R, r 138 Elliott 
Tines W H, col'd, shoemkr W B Tunsell, r Peachtree, nr Church 
Tinion V H, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Tinsley Sarah E Mrs, dressmkr, 48 Johnson 
Tinson Henry, col'd, wks R R, bds 290 Jones 
Tischman Aaron, tailor, 19 Whitehall, r 78 Whitehall 
Titlebaum Morris, with M Rich & Bro, bds 174 S Forsyth 
Titlebaum William (Rich & Titlebaum), r 174 S Forsyth 
Todd Arnold, ool'd, lab, r 323 W Mitchell 
Todd James S, physician, 30 Marietta, r 84 E Ellis 
Todd Lorena, col'd, laundress, r 323 W Mitchell 
Tolbcrt Clinton C, tanner, r 2G8 Fair 
Tolbert Horace, col'd, waiter Markham House 
Tolbert Jeff, col'd, porter Dr F F Taber 
Tolbert Jefferson J, grocer, 19 Washington, r 212 E Hunter 
Tolbert John, driver Stmr No 3, r 14 N Broad 
Tolbert Marcus L (Tolbert & Bro), bds 20 Wheat 
Tolbert Martha Mrs, r 212 E Hunter 
Tolbert William C (Tolbert & Bro), r 20 Wheat 
Tolbert & Bro (W C and M L Tolbert), butchers, r 75 Peachtree 
Tollison Elvira, wid N J, r Fort, ne cor Cain 
Tolliver Hannah, col'd, cook, r 262 Marietta 
ToUiver Harriet, col'd, laundress, bds 57 Richmond 
Tolliver Peter, col'd, lab, r 16 Riggers 
TolliverRalph, col'd, wks W & A R R 
Tolliver William, col'd, lab, r Amos, W E 
Tomlinson Jane, col'd, laundress, r 112 Eraser 

PSN FRONT or Baok, V^rtlj finielied Bhirte, Plaited Boeoaa, 
made te order for $18 per dosen, at Wilson k Oeekmor^e, 25 WUtehall. 



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TOMMET, STEWAET ft BECK (V R Tommey, J S Stew- 
art and L H Beck), whol and ret hardware, machinery, etc, 
2 and 4 S Pryor. (See adv. p. 74.) 

Tommey Vincent R (Tommey, Stewart & Beck), and pres Ga 
Banking and Trust Co, r Decatur, Ga 

Toombs Alexander, col'd, wks Kimball House 

Toon Joshua J, sec and treas Atlanta Cliamber of Commerce, 8 
S Pryor, r 27 Collins 

Torrence John E, elk F E Block, bds 82 S Pryor 

Torrey John R, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 

Towle licvi, wks W & A R R, bds Railroad, bet Bartow and 
Spring 

Towns George, painter, bds 438 Fair 

Towns John, col'd, lab, r es Mitchell, nr Hay nes ^ 

Towns John H, col'd, shoemkr A J Delbridge, r es W Mitchell, 
nr Haynes 

Towns Josephine, wid J R, r 147 Marietta 

Towns Stephen T, elk, r 72 Marietta 

Townsend Elizabeth, wi4 Solomon, bds 33 Stonewall 

Townsend Ezekiel, puddlcr Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, 
Marietta 

Townsend Frederick, ool'd, cook, r 41 Peachtree 

Townsend W S, ins agt, bds 67 N Pryor ^ 

Townsley Bartlett H, col'd, blacksmith Sou Agrl Wks, r 286 W 

Mitchell ^, ^ „ 

Toy James M, engineer A&WPtRRjrllN Calhoun 
Toy James T, machinist Ga R R, bds 11 N Calhoun 
Toy John H, machinist Atlanta Machine Wks, bds 11 N Calhoun 
Trammell Thomas J, machinist W <fe A R R ,. . 

Trautwein William, tinner, 22 W Mitchell, r Decatur, nr limits 
Travis Benjamin, col'd, porter Franklin & Wilkins, r Pryor, nw 

cor Wheat 
Travis Elizabeth, wid J S, r 85 Chapel 
Travis John S, bds 85 Chapel . ^r ^ i,. 

Travis Joseph B, engineer W & A R R, r 103 N Collins 
Travis Olin S, elk, bds 85 Chapel 
Traylor James, col'd, lab, r 160 W Foundry 
Traynham J S, engineer Traynham & Co, bds 134 i^raser 
Traynham W L (Traynham & Co), 1 134 Eraser 
TBATNHAM ft CO (W L Traynham and O O Nelson), 

lumber mnfrs and dealers, 66 to 70 Decatur. See adv. p. 

72.) 
Treadwell Charles, with J C Nichols & Bro, bdi 4 Giliaer 
Treadwell- James, col'd, po rter A M Lewin <fe Co, r 13 Foster 

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Treadwe H Jame s A, printer, r 13 StonewAll 
TBEADWELL J, dentist, 45 Peschtree 
Tread well Richard, col'd, porter Markham Honse, r reaf 179 
Fair 

f._ Tresilian Thomas W, elk Regenstein <fe Kutz, r 195 E Hunter 
Tresilian Walter C, machinist On R R, r 195 E Hunter 
Tribble William J, printer, r 206 Fair 
Trice John, col'd, blacksmith, r 16 Riggers 
y Trimble John L ( J L Trimble & Co), Ms 20 Spring 
it TRTMBLE J L ft 00 (J L Trimble and C M Goodman), pic- 
^ tures and picture frames, moldings, brackets, etc (op stairs), 

•g Trimble Philip M, saloon, 23 W Mitchell, r 121 W Peters 
•g Trinity M E Church,.Rev J E Evans, D D, pastor; Whitehall, 
g sw cor Peters 

J Tripp Fannie Miss, with F E Block, r 40 W Harris 
Tripp Lawrence C, barkpr, r 40 W Harris 
Tripp William M, wks AV <fe A R R, r 40 Latimer's al 
•g Trippe Robert P (MoCay & Trippe), iv269 Peachtree 
a Trippe Robert P, Jr.asst librarianState Library, r 269 Peachtree 
*J Trippe William T, lawyer, 14 Wall, bds 269 Peachtree 

f Trotter Benjamin, coPd, shoemkr, 328 Marietta, r 60 Mayes' al 
Trotti F B, elk, bds 8 Wheat . 

g Trowbridge John, box mnfr, 3 and 5 Fort, and grocer, 276 De- 
catur, r 13 Moore 
^ Tuck Robert M, wks W <fe A R R, bds 52 Rock 
- Tucker Anderson, col'd, lab, r ss Cox, nr Fort 
Tucker Edmodd, col'd, hib, r ss Forrest av, nr N Butler 
Tucker Jacob, col'd, lab, r 14 Grant 
Tucker William, r 74 S Butler 
Tucker W M, farmer, r Edgewood 
Tufts Joseph F A, with J B Wilson & Co, r Kirkwood 
Pq Tuggle Paul L, wks Ga R R 
|j Tuller William H (Egleston & Tuller), an<J cashier Atlanta Nat 

3 Bank, r 68 Marietta 

Tuller Wynatt, col'd, cooktKimball House 
^. Tuna lin Peter , col'd , portbr H H Hambright, r rear 60 E Baker 
3 TUMLZir BJSXnSEX, grocer, 604 Marietta, r 608 Marietta 
g Tundy Stephen, col'd, barber, r 9 Ivy 

W Tunsell Warren B, col'd, shoemkr, 22J Decatur, r Ivy, cor Col- 
Pq lins 

PTurnage William J, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r Jones, nw 
^ ^ cor Chattahoochee 

M Turner Alfred C, engineer, r 30 Walker 

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Fll SNIITSy BMt Mnilin uid Linen, shield or •qoue Beeom. open froni 
or book, ud Mtitfketory «t, go to Wmcm ft CnisKiinn. 26 Whitehnii. 






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Turner Archibald M (Turner & Boswbrth), r 260 W Mifchdl 

Turner Benjamin col'd, waiter Mark4iam House 

Tniner Berry, col'd, lab, r 16 Horton 

Tamer Boswell B, dk J W Goldsmith, bds 26 Fulton 

Turner Chalmers, pressman J P Harrison & Co 

Tomer Charles, feeder J P Harrison & Co 

Tomer C W, with Singer Mnfg Co 

Tomer D B Mrs, r 26 Folton 

Tomer Elizabeth B, wid James, r 76 McDopough 

Turner George W, engineer W ^ A R R, r 96 W Simpson 

Tumer Jack, col'd, porter W F Stokes A Co, r Summer Hill 

Tomer Jasper, col'd, shoemkr, r 63^ Decatur 

Turner John, col'd, wks W db A R R r 277 N Calhoun 

Tumer John D, cotton warehouse and compress, W Peters, cor 

CRR,r 14 Walker 
Turner Judge L, wks W& A R R, r 124 Rhodes 
Turner Julia, col'd, prin Bethel Chorch Conference School, r 162 

N Botler^ 
Tomer Lizzie,' col'd, laondress, r ns Henry, nr Mangum 
Turner Lucy, col'd, laoodrets, r ss Baker, nr Botler 
Tomer Loois M, wks W A A R R, r 64 W Foondry 
Tomer Margaret A, col'd, laundresa, r 17 Fnser 
Tomer M M, elk J Keely, bds 64 N Pryor 
Torner Peter, col'd, lab, r 174 Wheat 
Torner Peyton, col'd, lab, r 26 Clarke 
Tomer Robert, col'd, lab, r 1 11 £ Mitchell 
Tomer Robert C, printer, bds 17 Stonewall 
Tortrer Samoel T, carpenter, r 17 Stonewall 
Torner Sqoire, col'd, carpenter, r 108 Haynes 
Tomer Thomas, col'd, lab, r rear 66 Windsor 
Tomer Thomas J, elk, bds 14 Walker 
Tomer William, col'd, porter Cox, Hill & Thompson, r 162 

N Botler r ' ' 

Tomer William, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 23 

Jenkins 
Torner William G, tel opr Ga R R 

Tomer William S (W 8 Tomer & Co), r 104 MoDonoodi . 
Tornor Wingoit, city aa^ssor and (Tomer <& Braitmolierj, r 

297 Whitehall 
Tomer W J, lieot 2d Inf, r McPhersop Barracks 
Tomer W S & Co ( W S Torner and A S Cohen), cotton bro- 

kerf, 27 W Alabama. 
Tomer & Boswortfa (A M Turner and J Bes worth), saloon, 

14 Peachtree 




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^^ Turner & Braumuller (W H Turner and O L Braumuller), 
pianos, organs, notions, hair goods etc, 30 Whitehall 
Turnipseed Mary, col'd, laundress, r 209 Chapel 
Turnipeeed Redich W (W H & R W Turnipseed), r 

Nelson 
Turnipwed William H (W H & R W Turnipseed), r 

Nelson 
Turnips^ W H & R W (William H and Redich W Turnip- 
15 seed), grocers, 126 Whitehall 

« Turpin Miles, with W Calder, r 20 E Peters 
E|' Tuttle Joel A, carpenter, 23 E Hunter, r 178 E Hunter 
jr. Tutwiler Charles V, carrier P O, r 13 Williams 
T Tutwiler Frank, elk, bds 13 Williams 
3 Tutwiler Norval P, trader, r 13 Williams ! 

£ Tweedy James M, grocer, 134 Haynes, r 120 Haynes 
r« Tweedy Malinda E, wid R W, r 120 Haynes 
i Tye Drury (Sparks & Tye), r 24 Church 
*■ Tye Frank, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r W <fe. A R R, 
' ^. nr Johnson ^ 

8 Tye Joshua, dk Sparks & Tye, r 24 Church 
7b Tyler Charles F, machinist, r 109 Thurmond 



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The flgnre to be mad* with three stroke* of the penoU, without eroeeiiiff » line 
or |»oinf^OTer sny pKtt the leoond time. To any one doinflf it, we will plaster in 




the belt style three handred yards, in bard finish. AU answers Bhoald be addressed to 



Contractor for Plain and Ornamental Plastering, Mastic, Etc., 

p. O. BOX 103. ATLANTA. G A. 

^ XTLIO JAMES, lieut 2d Inf, r McPherson Barracks 
^ U ULLEICH JOHN H W, with Atlanta City Di- 
r^ RECTORY, and directories of Memphis, Tenn, Little Rock, 

jS Ark, Augusta, Ga, etc, bds 112 S Pryor 

«• Underwood Henry M, ool'd, carpenter, r 173 N Butler 

W Underwood Richard, col'd, r 229 W Peters 
3 UNION DEPOT, Pxyor, cor Wall • 
Tg .Union M E Church, ool'd, Rev Allen Frazier, pastor ; ss Mark- 

S* ham. bet Davis and Tattnall * _ 

SvUNITED 8TATXS CIBCXnT AND DISTBICT 

«^ ^ COimTS, 20 Decatur 
lAf liiM AfiKEIMIII n*^ ^•^*^J ^"^^* P«»Mt«» Z«nl»rriAd CrMoa 
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CO, Charles Pratt, gen'l agt, 10 Centennial Bldg, 3| Whitehall 
United States Internal Revenue office, 41 S Broacf 
Upshaw Elliott, coFd, cook, r 9 Maple 
Upshaw Herschel J, elk, bds 85 Whitehall 
Upshaw Isaac JX, grocer, 96 S Broad, r 85 Whitehall 
Upshaw Martha A, dol'd, teacher Loyd St School, r 22 Vine 
Upshaw Mattie Miss, teacher Clarke University, 377 Whitehall 
Upshaw Peter, col'd, carpenter, r Vine, nr Parsons 
Upshaw William, col'd, wks Atlanta P^olling Mill Co, r 66 

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Utere Beney, wid Albert, r 86 W Foundry 



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VALENTINE CHARLES, col'd, barber National Hotel 
Valentine George, ool'd, barber National Hotel, r rear 

50 Ivy 
Valentine Rigdon, barber National Hotel 
Valentino C Mrs, r 66 S Broad 

Valentino Gabriel, elk J Lagomarsino, bds 66 S Broad 
VanBibber S J, wid T H, r 205 E Hunter 
Vance John M, saddler, bds 50 S Forsyth 
Vandergriff J C, elk G W Cook, bds 234 Decatur 
Vandergriff Reuben H, elk J M Nace, bds 234 Decatur 
Vandyke Benjamin W, florist, r 202 Crew 
VAN SPSS HOWABD, lawyer, and solicitor City Court, 

8 S Broad, r 132 S Pryor 
Van Goidtsnoven Emil, with S A Echols , #^ • / 

Vanner A R, col'd, gardener J D Harwell, r Edgewood 
Van Pelt Francis M, elk Ry P O, r 152 Jackson 
Van Stavoren Joseph H, portrait painter, 17 E Alabama 
Van Stavoren J Dodge, elk, bds 17 E Alabama 
Van Winkle Edward, machine shop, IS Foundry, r 136 Luckie 
Vardeman James £, printer B W Smith, r Peachtree, nr Broad 
VABNEDOE BXTFITSf A (R S Dashiell ^ Co), r 252 K 

Hunter 
Vamell J C, oonduqtpr W & A R B, r Varnell Station 
Vamell J W, conductor W & A tt R, r Vamell Station 

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Varner Clint L, wks National Hotel ' I 

Yarner «i06epb ti, ins agt, 591 S Broad 
^^^ Varner Lewis, oolM, blacksmith, r 62 Humphriet^^ 
IJjl Yarner Mary, ooFd, laundress, r 289 N Calnpun \ 
^^ Yarner Nelson, ool'd, farmer, r es Bobbins, bet Wells and 
Glenn 
Yaogfan Charles F, *wks Atlanta Machine Works 
Yaaihti Didy, ool'd, lanndress, r 22 Corpnt 
Yaoghn George, ool'd, briokmason, r 33 Kelley 
Yaughn J W, elk, bds 1 Peachtree rd 
Yanghn Mary E Mrs, grocer, 144 DecetCbr 
Yanghn Michael, binder C M Ramspeck 
Yaoghn Paul, ool'd, iab, r 55 Yietoria 
Yanghn Prince, col'd, waiter Wilson House j 

Yaoghn R, driver Straet R R Co 

Yaoffbn William 0, aar(liittter Atlanta Machine Works, r 24 
ft Moore 

W Yeaoh J M, director Mfi^haots Bank of Atlanta, r Adairsville 
? Yoal Anderson M, n^ J C Davis, r 28 Foondry 
^ Yeal Benjamin F (Yeal A Bradley), r Stone Mduotain 
^ Yeal Joseph, r 247 Foster 
# Yeal Joseph £, policeman, r 25 N Calhoun 
W Yeal Walter S, oik O Aocorsini, bds 25 N Calhoun 
tf Yeal & Bradley (B F Yeal and J M Bradley), grocers, 50$ 
0li Decatur 

^ Yeitoh Henry F, molder, r 10 Sute 
2 Yelvin John J (Yelvin & Woodley), r 132 W Peters 
S Yelvin & Woodley (J J Yelvin abd G M Woodley), grocers, 111 
Wl W Peters 

Yenable S C, bkkpr Atlanta Savings Bank of Georgia, r 261 

Peachtree 
Yenable William H, dep elk Superior Court, r 261 Peachtree 
Yenable W E, r 58 Piyor 
Yernov Alfred A, dk R D Mann, bds 86 £ Cain 
Yerstille Henty W, with P^ndletons & Lampkia 
Yestal Julia Mlis, r war 135 Walker 
pB- Yickers AdolphuS G, oanduotor A-L Ry, r 243 Decatur 
pB Yincent Marii% C, ool'd, hostler Redd <&r Taylor 
L^ Yine Jackson, cord, lab, r i2 Terry 
pi Yine^ard Christopher, <x>rd, lab, r 1 Mayes' al 
^ Yirden James, cord, lab, r 103 S Loyd > 
Yirgil Abner, col'd, haokman, r 269 Fraser 
Yirgin Clarissa, col'd. cook, r 10 S Calhoun 
Yiigin Daniel, colMf lab, r 167 Marietta 



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von der-Hoya M G Mro, r 67 Whitehall 

von Kalckstein Adolphus, grocer, 199 W Mitchell 

Yorus DeWitt C, enginesr £ Yerus, r 106 Luokie 

Yorus Eton, miller, r ipo Luckie 

YosB Susan Miss, hous^pr Kimball House 

WABLEY GRACE, col'd, laundress, r es Rolling Mill, pr 
Houston 
Waddell James, ool'd, porter A & W Pt R R, r 134 Wheat 
Waddey C S, grocer, 52 Decatur, r 43 Houston 
Waddy James E, grocer, r 43 Houston 
Wade John W, machinbt Ga R R, r 123 Fillmore 
Wade Samuel, coPd, lab, r rear 14 Calhoun 
Wade William, wks Ga R R, r 123 Fillmore 
Wadley H G, with Burke <& Hancock, bds 67 N Pryor 
Wadsworth Frank, oik Atlanta Saving Bank, bds 242 Decatur 
Wadsworth H B, dk Ga R R, r 242 Decatur 
Wafford Joseph, col'd, lab, r 63 Hilliard 
Wagnon James H, prppr Naiiomil Hatel^ 6 and 8 Peachtree 
Waits Andrew M, meat market, 95 Chapel 
Waits Sarah, wid Matthew, r 120 North av 
Waito William, driver Street ^ R Co, r 99 Chapel 
Walden John M (Hitchcock <& Walden), r Cincinnati 
Walden William, wks Sou Agrl Wks 
Waldo Albie L, with Crane, Boylston & Co, bds 67 N Pryor 
Waldron R D, driver Street R R Co 
Waldup John, col'd, lab, r ns Magazine, nr Yine 
Walker Abraham, col'd, porter J S Oliver & Co, r r«ir 38 

Peachtree 
Walker Abram, col'd, lab, r rear 254 N Calhoun 
Walker Allison T, dk H T Cox & Co, r 9 S Forsyth 
Walker Amanda, col'd, laundress, r 18 Terry 
Walker Armstead, col'd, lab, r 57 Fort 
Walker Aui^ustus, ool'd, lab, r ws Markham, nr Haynes 
Walker B F, surveyor Fulton county. City Hall, r county 
Walker Catharine, col'd, cook, r 36 Valentine 
Walker Charlotte, col'd, laundress, r Hightower, nr Robbins 
Walker David, trader, r 359 Collins 
Walker Eliza, col'd, laundress, r ns Henry, nr Elliott 
Walker E D, elk J C Hooks, bds 24 Cedar 
Walker George, nhoemkr, bds^ss Factory, nr Ga R R 
Walker Henry C, driver H A ^^&*»la, r 147 Luckie 
Walker Jackson, col'd, lab, r ss C^in, nr Calhoun 
Walker James, col'd, lab, r Green's Ferry av, W E 

TMOUflN CARS ^^^^^ AtUntn d»ily fbr Ttx«r1(Mi%. The I'm* ▼!» Ch»t- 
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Walker Jefferson, ool'd, carpenter, r 46 N Broad 

Walker John W, upholsterer W<fcARR,r50W&ARR 

Walker Jordan, ooPd, lab, r rear 93 W Peters 

Walker Joshua, coPd, carpenter, r ns Mangum, nr W Peters 

Walker Lizzie, col'd, laundress, r SO Jatoes 

Walker Lula, col'd, laundress, r 163 Thompson 

Walker Martha, col'd, cook, r rear 93 Nelson 

Walker Matilda, laundress, r 212 McDaniel 

Walker M T, checker W ifc A R R, r 127 Decatur 

Walker Street School, W B Bonnell prin; Walker, cor Haynes 

Walker M M, wk s cotton factory, r 6 Hayden 

WALKEB THOMAS £, gen'l claim agt Green Line, r 

Kirkwood 
Walker Washington, col'd, lab, r 14 Pettis 
Walker William, engineer A <fe W Pt R R, r 157 Decatur 
WALKER WILLIAir S (Walker & Boyd), r 232 Peachtree 
WALKEB ft BOTD (W S Walker and I S Boyd)), gen'l 

agts BRITISH AMEBICAK ASSURAHCE CO, of 

Toronto, and agts COMMERCIAL DTS CO, of St Louis; 

and TTNIVERSAL LIFE IKS CO, of NY; 20 White- 
hall. (See adv. front fly A.) 
Wall B, machinist W & A R R 
Wall Deborah, wid R M, r 73 N Butler 
Wall Edward, col'd, coachman W P Inman, r 55 W Mitchell 
Wall George B, elk W U Tel, bds 64 N Spring 
Wall Martha, col'd, laundress, r R R, cor Cain 
Wall Richard, col'd, lab. r 48 Thurmond 
Wall Rosina, wid Dr W W, r 64 Spring 
Wall William T, bkkpr J R Wylie & Co, r 64 Spring 
Wall W W, grocer, 298 Peachtree, r 9 Cox 
Wallace Alexander M, r 254 Whitehall 
WAUiACE CAMPBELL (M Cole & Co), and pres Mer 

Bank of Atlanta, r 69 McDonough 
, Wallace Campbell J^ elk M Cole «fe Co, bds 69 McDonough 
Wallace Ellen, wid David, r 69 E Fair 
Wallace Fannie, col'd, laundress, r 263 W Mitchell 
Wallace Homer, col'd, janitor U S Court, r 20 Decatur 
Wallace James B (Wallace & Fenley), r 104 Peachtree 
Wallace John, col'd, porter Adair & Bros, r 206 Eraser 
Wallace Oliver J, col'd, leader Fulton Cornet Band, and mu- 
sician, r 161 N Calhoun 
Wallace Singleton, elk, bds 254 Whitehall 
Wallace <fe Fenley (J B Wallace and W L Fenley), grocers, 104 
Peachtree • ^ 

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Waller James O, conductor C R R, r 60 Davis 

Waller Sarah, col'd, laundress, r ns Courier, nr Calhoun 

Walls Samuel, fireman W <fe A R R 

Walseman Alvin M, printer J P Harrison & Co, bds 71 R R 

Walsh William, with W Erskine & Co, bds 98 Decatur 

Walton Cleburne W, col'd, teacher, r 139 Houston 

Walton Ella, wid J B, r 52 Spring 

Walton John (Muldoon, Walton &Cobb), Ms Markham House 

Walton William, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 409 Manetta 

Ward Crawford, coFd, lab, r Ga R R, bey limits 

Ward Margaret, wid Thomas, r 16 Scofield al 

Ward Nelson, col'd, lab, r 241 Wheat 

Ward Richard, coFd, wks W & A R R 

Ward William A, r 159 Fort 

Wardlaw Alexander, col'd, stone mason, r 307 Foster 

Ware Anna, coPd, laundress, r 96 Spring ' r- 

Ware Edmund A, pres Atlanta University, r ws V ine, nr 

Hunter 
Ware E C Miss, teacher Atlanta University 

Ware Frederick, col'd, drayman Cook & Stewart, r 36 E Hunter 
Ware Joseph, col'd, porter J Guerin, r county 
Ware J A, carriage mkr, 311 Decatur, bds 336 Decatur 
Ware Theresa, col'd, laundress, r rear 214 Decatur 
Ware Vine, coFd, driver, r es Dover, bet Tattnall and Haynes 
•Ware William, elk, bds 41 Mechanic 
Waring J K, lieut 2d Inf, r McPhereon Barracks 
Warlick Bartow A (J Warlick & Sons), bds 63 Peachtree 
Warlick Charles D (J Warlick & Sons), bds 63 Peachtree 
Warlick Judson (J Warlick & Sons), r 63 Peachtree 
Warlick J & Sons (J, C D, W J and B A Warlick), stoves and 

tinware, plumbers and gasfitters, 61 and 63 P^fhtree 
Warlick William J (J Warlick & Sons), bds 63 Whitehall 
Warner George W, elk Tomraey, Stewart & Beck, r 111 Crew 
Warner G W, elk, bds Campbell House 
Warner Hiram Hon, chief justice Supreme C^urt, State House, 

r Greenville, Gra 
Warner James H, lab, r 145 Alexander «, ,, o n 

Warner John M, with Tommey, Stewart & Beck, r 315 Si ryor 
Warner J K, farmer, r Humphries, bey limits 
Warner Marcellus, coPd, wks W & A R R, r 280 Crew 
Warner William, gardener, r 22 Ellis 

Warner Winnie, col'd, nurse, r 280 Crew ,.o w k 

Warren Charles T, agt Singer Sewing Machine, r 148 \> ash- 

ington • 

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Warren James M, tarDer, r 969 Marietta 
Warren J J, freif^ht dk Sou Ex Co, bds National Hotel 
Warren James W Col, sec of Executive D*^, r K\r]fmood >/ 
Warren John H, lab, r ns Marietta rd, nr Bellwood 
Warren Solomon, col'd, drajman, r 150 N Butler 
Washburn Sidney, ooM, carpenter, r 241 MoDocough 
Washburn Milton, coFd, driver, r 62 Pulliam 
Washington Calvin, coPd, lab, r ss Founary, nr Vine " 
Washington Charlotte, col'd. cook, r 159 Wheat 
Washington Geoi^ Rev, ool'd, r 7 Dani^ 
Washington George, ool'd, cooper, r W & A R R. nr limits 
}\ ashmgton George, eol'd, driver O H Jones, r Hunter, sw cor 
Terry 

Washington George, ooFd, porter W Calder 

Washington George, col'd, shoemkr, r 107 Decatur 

Washington George, ool'd, shoemkr N Holmes, r Richardson 

Washington George, col'd, waiter National Hotel 

Washington Harriet, coPd, kundress, r 18 Maves' al 

Washington Isabella, ool'd, laundrees, r es Rolling Mill, nr Rice 

Washington Maria, col'd, laundress, r 1 1 Ella 

Waters Aaron, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r Bellwood 

Waters Adam, col'd, lab, r 99 Forrest 

Waters Andrew J, r 16 Marietta 

Waters Butler, col'd, lab, r 96 E Baker 

WatersEliza,cord, seamstress, r 13- Irwin . 

Waters J C, oar agt W <fe A H R 

Waters Rebecca, col'd, cook, r 277 N Calho&n 

Waters Richard H Rev, r Gordon, W E 

Waters Robert S, iubtioe of peace, 43Peachtree, r'73 W Cain 

Waters Rosa, col'd, laundress, r 66 W Peters 

Waters Samuel T, butoher, r 291 Marietta 

WATEB8 WILLIAM T, photographic material and picture 

frames, 48 Whitehall, r liaker, sw cor Spring. (See adv. 

p. 75.) ^ • 

Wathall Lavinia, coi'd, laundress, r28 James 

Watkins Betsy, col'd, laundress, r ws McAfee, nr Simpson 

Watkins B B, conductor W & A R R, r East Point, Ga 

Watkins Elihu P, elk, bds 175 Fair 

Watkins Frank, ool'd, lab, r 296 Mcl>onoiigh 

Watkins George A, dk, bds McDonoueh 

Watkins Henry, eol'd, shdemkr J O B&sking, r 136 Alabama 

Watkins James L, furniture. 72 Whitehall, r 408 Whitehall 

Watkins Jeremiah, col'd, lab, r es Spring, nr Church 

Watkin s Leander B, elk, bds 175 Fair 

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Watkins Malinda, col'd, laundress, r 139 Magazine 

Watkins Mary, col'd. cook, r 12 S Calhoun ' ^ 

Watkins RD, wid William, r 175 Fair 

Watkins Sarah, wid SamueU r 5 Thurmond _^ 

Watkins Thornton, ooKd, wks Atlanta Machine Works, r Con- |B 

nally, cor Clarke . i ^^ 

Wg«ins William fl, c»k J L Watkins, bds 175^E Fair • g 

Watley James, col'd, wks Taylor, Muse & Beall, r Mitohell, nr f^ 

CRR QB 

Watson Charles C, adjuster Wheeler & Wilson Mnfg Co, r 67 |J_ 

Spring P^ 

WATSON CHARLES T, cashier W <& A R R, and sec and 

treas Dade Coal Co, r 20 £ Miteibell 
Watson Ephraim, col'd, lab, r 145 Markham 
Watson Fannie, oql'd, laundress, r ss Cain, nr Calhoun ^. 

Watson Henry, col'd, drayman, r rear es Washington, bet Fair C7 

and Jones 
Watson Henry, oal'd, lab, r rear 64 Cooper 
Watson Hennr, ool'd, waiter National Hotel 
WATSOH JAMES A, dry goods whol and ret, 77 Whitehall 
Watson John S, dyer J Lochrey, r 86 S Pryor 
Watson M B, with J A Watson, r 77 Whitehall 
Watson R S, Adjuster Singer Mnfg Co 
Watson William A, wks Longley & Robinson, r 51 Fraser 
Watson William I, lab, bds 176 W Peters 
Watts Albert, col'd, grocer, 107 Fraser, r ,45 itawson . ^ 
Watts Albert, col'd, lab; bds 374 CoHins 
Watts Albert, col'd, porter Dnnn, Ogletree & Co 
Watts Benjamin, col'd, lab, r 79 Hilliard 
Watts Ella, col'd, laundress, r rear 28 Larkin 
Watts Emily, col'd, bds 45 Rawson 
Watts Esther, eol'd, cook, r 134 Ira 
Watts Felix, col'd, driver Dr F H Orme, r 302 Wheat 
Watts Henry, col'd, wheelright, r 49 Rawson 
Watts James, col'd, lab, r 81 Gullatt 
Watts James, col'd, driver W S Wilson & Bro 
Watts John A, elk R W Tidwell, r 57 Haynes 
Watts Joseph, driver J M B Carlton & Son 
Watts Kelly, col'd, barber, 5 W Alabama, r 112 Thompson 
Watts Lewis, col'd, porter W & A RR 
Watts Miles, col'd, waiter P J Kenny . 
Watts Martha, wid Greorge, r ss Hunter, nr Fort 
Watts M A, wid J T, r 25 W Hunter 
Watts Sterling, col'd, lab, r 374 Collins 

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Watts Sasan, cord, laundress, r ds Simpson, nr Lambert 

Watte William B (W Powers & Son), r Hunter, ne cor Forsyth 

Wayne Washington, col'd, waiter National Hotel 

Weaks Fannie A Miss, elk, bds Callaway House 

Weaks Peter, lab, r Bell wood 

WEATHEBBE CHASLES F, business agt Atlanta City 
DiRBCTOBY, and directories of Memphis, Tenn, Little lUck, 
Ark, Aueasta, Ga, etc, bds 112 S Pryor 

Weatherby Ada Mrs, seamstress, 11 S Broad 

Weathers Fannie Miss, boarding, r 57 Elliott 

Weathers Fletcher, farmer, bds 57 Elliott 

Weaver Amos, col'd, lab, r 19 Pettis 

Weaver George, tailor, r 55 S Broad 

Weaver Jacob, grocer, r 15 Mechanic 

Weaver James, coFd^ lab, r 24 James 

Weaver John (Mason & Weaver), r 29 Foundry 

Weaver John M, saloon, 142 Marietta, r 87 Walton 

Weaver Leander, col'd, lab, r 224 Foundry 

Weaver Reuben A, wks Noble & Gifford, r 120 I^uckie 

AVeaver Seaborn, col'd, lab. r 186 E Harris 

Weaver Thomas, tinner J W Hall, r Magazine, nr Mechanic 

Weaver Thomas H, tinner W & A R R, r 194 Mangum 

Weaver Wesley, driver Street R tt Co 

Webb Benjamin F (Clayton & Webb), bds Hunter, ne cor For- 
syth 

Webb Claiborne, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 

Webb Dilmus W, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 

Webb Emma Miss, with E F Shropshire 

Webb George W, fireman, r 195- Hay nes 

Webb James M, fireman W & A R R, r 250 Elliott 

Webb John B, carpenter, r 68 W Peters 

Webb John H, cabinet mkr, r 1 16 S Forsyth 

Webb J A, fireman W & A R R 

W^bb Lizzie C, wid Calvin, r 11 W Peters * 

Web^ Malinda, col'd, laundress, r 13 S Collins 

Webb Martha, col'd, cook M Walker, r 127 Decatur 

Webb Nelson, col'd, lab. r Sells av, W E 

Webb P A, fireman W & A R R 

Webb Rebecca L, wid E S, r 360 E Fair ^ 

Webb Samuel, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co '^ 

Webb Samuel B, wks A-L Ry, r 424 E Fair 

Webb Stephen L, lab, r 48 Emma 

Webb William J, with E Cahn, bds 152 Whitehall 

Webster Andrew, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 

EST MUSLIN ^^ LINEN SHIRTS, 0|>«D froDt or Xmek, Plaited Boflom,. 
made 10 order for $8S per dozen, at Wiuon & CBnKMVR*s, 25 WhitefaalL 



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Webster Daniel, col'd, porter Kimball House, r 180 Clarke 

Webster E K, lieut 2d Infantry, r McPherson Barrabks 

Webster Jam^ M (Webster & Lee), r 61 Broad 

Webster George, col'd, wks National Hotel 

Webster Lavinia, col'd, laundress, r 56 W <fe A R R 

Webster Phoebe, col'd, laundress, r rear 79 Spring 

Webster W R, storekpr W & A R R 

Webster & Lee (J M Webster and L B Lee), grocers, 116 

Whitehall 
Weeden Beely, col'd, laundress, r rear 197 W Hunter 
Weems Walter H, farmer, r 141 McDonough 
Weilman Louis (L Cohen <fe Co), r 48 Thompson 
WEIL SAMTTEL, lawyer, 6 Whitehall, r 26 Merritt's av 
Weimer Conrad, carpenter W <& A R R, r 1 Chai>el 
Weimer Conrad, Jr, carpenter W & A R R, bds 1 Chapel 
Weimer Julius, wks W <fe A R R, bds 1 Chapel 
WEINMEISTEB CAXL J, propr Reading Room Saloon, 22 

Marietta, r 124 Luckie 
Weisteheim Christopher, baker, r 180 Marietta 
Welch Daniel W, foreman H Lewis 
Welch George, blacksmith W & A R R, r 93 W Cain 
Welch George G, engineer J C Davis, r 13 W Simpson 
Welch James, stone mason, r 55 E Mitchell 
Welch Mary J Miss, teacher Summer HiTl ^hool, r 138 Mc- 
Donough 
Wellborn Curtis K, carpenter Lobgley & Robinson, r 105 E 

Hunter 
Wellborn H G, engineer Strar Tallulah No 3 
Wellborn Jacob, lab, r ns Parker, nr Williams '-^ ^' 

Wellborn Jeflerson B, carpenter Longley & Robinson, bds 105 

E Hunter • 

Wellborn Willis, col'd, lab, r 71 Fort 
Wellhouse Henry (Wellbouse & Son), bds 277 Whitehall 
Wellhouse Louis, elk Wellhouse & Son, bds 277 Whitehall 
Wellhouse Meyer (Wellhouse & Son), r 277 Whitehall 
WELLHOTTSE ft SON (M and H Wellhouse), whol paper 

dealers, 87 S Broad 
Wellmaker Thomas, ooW, r 49 Gate City 
Wells Agmon P, engineer A-L R R, r 291 Jones 
Wells A P, wid William, r Magazine, cor Lowe 
Wells Charles W, dep sheriff Fulton Co, r 90 Nelson 
Wells Elijah, col'd, lab, r W E 
Wells Jane, col'd, seamsti-ess, r 91 S Pryor 
Wells John D, printer Constitution, r 90 Nelson 

O SECURE SPEED. 8»fr«y *»»<^ Comfort, buy Tickets vifc The 
Kemiesa^ Route, »• W. WRENN, General Paseenger Agent. 




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Wella Levi C, flcardeiMr, r 390 Whitehall 

Wells Mftrvy oolM, laaDdress, r 99 Decatur ' 

Werner Edward A, agt Ga R R and Bkg Co, Loyd, cor R R, r 
37 Washington 

Werner Ferdinand J, cabinetmkr J L Watkins, r 70 Pulliam 

Werner Herman, saloon, 369 W Peters, r 136 S Forsyth 

Wesley Charles, ooFd, driver O H Jones, r GuUafct, nr Fair 

Wesley John, oolM (Wesley & Wilson), r 38 Ellis 

Wesley William, col'd, barber M W Whitfield 

Wesley & Wilson, col'd (J Wesley and P Wilson), shoemkrs. 
82NForeyth , . 

West Andrew J, engineer W&ARRr24W Foundry 

West Henry, colM, Ub, r 145 W Fair 

West Henry, ooFd, waiter Kimball House 

West Henry, ool'd, lab, r 161 W Peters 

West Henry, ooPd, porter Garrett <& Bro 

West Henry T, brickmason, r 111 W Simpson 

West James N, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r ns Marietta, nr 
Ponder's av 

West John D, wks Ga R R, r 24 Railroad, oor Calhoun 

West Nathaniel, policeman, r 37 Stonewall 

West Nelson, coPd, lab, r 241 Wheat 
West Tobias, col'd, wks £ Gay, r 122 Parsons 
West Washington, ^Pd, lab, r ws State, nr W Fourth 
West William H, wks Water Works, r 19 Magazine 
W^ William H, Rrooer, 186 Marietta , 
Westbrook John W, batcher, ns Dairy, w of McAfee 
West ern Un ion Telein«fih Co, J Herrick, manager ; 8 Wall . i. 
WESTEXH ft AXLAVnC B B, Hon Joseph £ Brawii,^ 
pres; William MaoBae, sapt; office, B R junc, opp Forayth 
Westmoreland Alsey, ooPd, laundress, r ns Crumley, nr limits 
Westmoreland H, physician, 7 W Mitchell 
Westmoreland I, ooPd, shoemkr, 167 Whitehall, r 130 Crumley 
Westmoreland John, col'd, lab, r 26 Bigsers 
Westmoreland John G, pres Atlanta Medical College, and phy- 
sician, 6 Whitehall, bds Markham House 
Westmoreland Mahala, coPd, laundress, r 99 Decatur 
Westmoreland Ned, col'd. porter R W Tidwell, r 150 S Forsyth 
Westmoreland Robert W, physician, 8 James' Bank BIk. 6i 

Whitehall, bds 8 S Broad 

WESTMOI^LAND THOMAS P, lawyer, 62 Whitehall, 



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WESTMOBELAND WILLIS F, physician 

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Whaley John R, brickmason, r es Randolph, nr Hooston 

^haling William J, gen'l kgt Hartford Fire Ins Co, 3 S Pryor, 
bds Kimball Hoose 

Whatley Jefierson, col'd, lab, r ns Henry, nr Elliott 

Whatley Lucy, wid Floyd, r 61 Hilliard 

Whatley William £, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r Dairy, se 
cor Lndcie 

Wheat Thompson, coPd, blacksmith, 79 ^ Peters, r ws Thomp- 
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Wheatley Dennis, col'd, w^ell digger, r rear 481 Peachtree 

Wbeaton Frank Col, post commandant, r McPhersoii Barf^cks 

Wheeler Felix, col'd, lab, r 54 Walker 

Wheeler James F, contractor, r 100 S Broad 

Wheeler Jane, wid Isaac, r 238 W Hunter 

Wheeler John, ooPd, lab, r 54 Walker 

Wheeler Lemuel, col'd, hostler Street R R Co 

Wheeler Leonard, oord, poHer, r 10 Rftadolph 

Wheeler Lizzie, col'd, laundress, r Humf^hries, nr Green's Ferry av 

Wheeler Nancy A, wid George, bds 44 Walker 

Wheeler William, ool'd, lab, r rear 125 Wheat 

Wheeler William B Ueut^ aid-de-camp Dept Hdqrs, bds 

Kimball House 
Wheeler W illis, la b, ral bet Hu mphr ies and McDaniel 
WHEELER ft WnSOH IDTFO CO, Jas S Purseley, 

manager; 58 Whitsliill^ 
Whidby William G, reporter Constitution, r Stone Mountain 
Whipple George Rer, trostee Atianta University, r New Tork 
Whitaker Benjamin, ooFd, lmb| r R R, nr Spring 
Whitaker Clarissa, ool'd. lanndren, r 142 Markham 
Whitaker F M, ooFd, hb, r 29 Pettis ' 

Whitaker Henry, col'd, prasman Y P Sisson & Co, r 142 

Markham 
Whitaker Jared I, lawyer, r 359 Decatur 
Whitaker John H, pressman Constitution, bds 41 Stonewall 
Whitaker Joseph L, dk J T Eichberg, bds 41 Stonewall 
Whitaker J B, wid William, r 41 Stonewall 
Whitaker Vincent, col'd, coachman IE J Roach, r 149 Whitehall 
White Aaron, head waiter Kimball House 
White Berry, col'd, wks A-L Ry^ r 15« Ga R R 
White Bruce, elk W B Lowe <fe Co, bds 66 R R 
White Charles, elk, bds Alabama, nw oor PryOr 
White David, col'd, drayman, r bet Factory and Savannah, nr 

Ga R R 

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White Dapiel^ col'd, waiter Markbaoi House 

White Edward t\k CoostitutioD, bds 446 Whitehall 

WhiteEdward, trav a^t, r 446 Whitehall 

White Eliza, coFd, cook, r rear 140 8 Pryor 

While Emanuel, eol'd, shoerakr, 52 S Pryor, r Jennings al, bet 
Rawson and Jones 

White Emma Miss, with Sunny South, r 272 Mangum 

White Eugenia, wid James, r 15 Markham 

White E T, hotel Nat Surg Inst, Alabama, nw cor Pryor . 

White E T, Jr, messenger State ^vings Bank, bds Nat Surg Inst 

White George, col'd, lab, r Edgewood 

White George E, physician, r 193 S Forsyth 

White George E Jr (B N Matthews & Co), r 153 W Peters 

White Hannah, col'd, cook, r ss Henry, nr Mangum 

White H B, cabinetmkr, bds 127 E Harris 

White Isaac, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Co, r 154 Gray 

White James H, bkkpr, r 9 W Garnett 

White James H Jr, physician, r 9 W Garnett 

White James J, carpenter, r 263 W Peters 

White James L, messenger Sou Ex Co, r 272 Mangum 

White John, butcher Tolbert & Bro, r county 

White John, director Merchants Bank of Gra, r Athens, Ga 

White John, col'd, drayman, r 42 Humphries 

White John T, carpenter, r 259 Marietta 

White J W, with the Howe Machine Co, bds 108 Peachtree 

White Joseph, col'd, baker National Hotel 

White Laura E, wid John A r 176 Ivy 

White Lewis, carpenter, r W E 

White Maria, coFd, lapndress^ r. W Humphries' 

White Martha, col'd, laundress, r 222 Mangum 

White Mattie, col'd, laundress, f 24 James 

White Milus M, captain policy r 210 E Fair 

White M L, wid R H, r 108 Peachtree 

White Peter, col'd, lab, r Jennings al, bet Rawson and Jones 

White Richard, jcol'd, lab, r 27 Rock 

White Sarah, col'd, laundress, r ss Clarke, bet Pryor and Pul- 
liam 

White Simon, col'd, blacksmith Sou Agrl Works, r 23 Maga- 
zine 

White Walter J, machinist, r 108 Peachtree 

White Wesley, pol'd, wks W & A R R, r bet Factory and Sa- 
vannah, nr Ga R R 

White William, col'd, packer Castleberry & Co, r ws Randolph, 
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WHI^ WILLIAM H DR, state agt Northwestern Mutual 
Life Ins Co, 38 Marietta 

White William J Rev, col'd, trustee Atlanta University, r Au- 
gustfl^ Gra 

White Wi lliam W, elk, r 56 Railroad 

WHITE W H, grocer, 68 Peachtree, r 65 Peachtree 

White Z C, wid William, r 66 Georgia R R 

Whitehead Charles, r 95 McDonough 

Whitehead Humphries, col'd, wks B W Smith, r rear County 
Jail . 

Whitehead J T, with Pendletons & Lampkiii 

Whitehead Mary, col'd, laundress, r 99 Decatur 

Whitehead O W, printer J P Harrison & Co, bds Mitchdl, cor 
Whitehall 

Whitehead S, conductor W & A R R, r Marietta, Ga 

Whitesides Adaline Mrs, r 296 Marietta 

Whitfield C W, col'd, porter Hdqrs Dept South 

Whitfiel(i James, col'd, blacksmith, r 140 Irwin 

Whitfield John, col'd, lab, r 25 Packard's al 

Whitfield J H, col'd, wks J J Hoffman 

Whitfield M W, col'd, barber, 30 Decatur, r 16 Wheat 

Whitlock M G (Cheek, Whitlock & Co), r Marietta, Ga 

Whitman , col'd, lab, r rear 37 W Cain 

Whitmire W C, press foreman J P Harrison & Co 

W hitner Jo hn A ( J C Whitner & Son), r Edgewood , 

y/HITHBTt JOHN C (J C Whit ner & Son), and gea'l ins 
agt; represents HABTFOBD FIBE INS CO, of Hart- 
ford ; MANHATTAN USE INS CO, of N Y ; COM- 

MEKCIAL UNION FIBE INS CO, of England ; 
LANCASHIBE FIBE INS CO, of England ; UNION 
M & F INS CO, of Galveston ; and EQUITABLE 
FIBE nra CO, of Nash vllle. Centennial Bldg, 8 Wall, 
r Edgewood 
WHTTNEB J C & SON (J C and J A Whitner) gen'l man- 
agers for Ga of HOME FBOTECTION INS CO, of 
Alabama, Centennial Bldg, 8 W Wall 
Whitney Joshua 8, r 10 Foster 
Whitney J E (Jones & Whitney), r 55 Jackson 
Whittle Harry A (H Linch & Co), r 108 Decatur 
Wiggins Jesse, cabinet mjur, r 59 Stonewall 
Wiggins Wiley, col'd, wks A T Finney, r Valentine, nr Butler 
Wilburn Osborn, col'd, butler C I Brown, r 112 E Peters 
Wilby John A, wks W & A B R, r 66 W Foundry 
Wilcox Richard, r 269 Eraser . 

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? Sl!'^'S°T^^'^ ^' ^'^ P^*^®"^ Y M Libraiy, r 77 Terry 
2 ^>{«« K J* eewiDg machine agt, bds 62 Peeobtree 
^' 3!:®^ -^ •^^ wat<Amaii A-L Ky, r ^3 E Hunter 
- g Wiley Henry T, dk J R Simmons, bds 87 Ivy 
^ Wiley Jones, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Oo 

W S?, ^ •^^P^ ^» ^'^ repairer W & A R R, r 87 Ivy 

«jX!r^ §!l*'^*^> ^'^'^^ «fP«nter, r 66 Howell 
, Wiley Woodruff D, dk Markham Houae 
8 WILEY, see also WYLY 
ig^ Wilkins Elizabeth, eol'd, laundress, r Bellwood 
5* 3^1}^'°' Emanuel, col'd, painter, r rear 22 Spring 
Jt y'Jfe '°« gra nt (Wilkins, Post k Co), r 32 MJerritVs av 
•a WlUnrS, post & CO (Grant Wilklns, A J Post and J 
•g \^ •^™^«> engineers and bridge builders, 40 MarietU. 

3 (oee adv. front cover and p. 28.) 
^ 2^!!M"* Samuel (Franklin <fe Wilkins), r38 Windsor 
S Wilkinson Caroline E Mrs, r 62 Tattnall 

^Wilkinson J E, with M C <fe J F Kiser & Co, bds Kimball 
•g House 

8 Slli^!°^° ^ ^1 <^^k J Keely, bds Air-Line House 

** w-^!°^° ^*?^^ ^' P,ri°f*"' Constitution, r 29 Orme, cor Harris 
Wilkinson Tobias, col'd, lab, r ns E Harris, nr limits 
Williams Abe, col'd, drayman A C A B F Wyly, r rear 160 

g Washington . .•'•'' 

Williams Agnes, col'd, laundress, r Robbins, cor Wells 
^ Williams Allan, o»rd, drayman Nunnally, Hallman A Co, r 

4 rear 176 Ivy ' • ' ^ 

W Williams Alexander, ool'd, painter, r 15 Daniel 

^ ^ll!*"® ^1$^* '^^'^' ^'^'» "'^^ «• « E Baker,- nr Fort 

•*f ^? |!*™ ^'^^ •^'^ ^''^> ^a*>> «• w E Baker, nr Port 

y Smv '"•.^'?>' ^"*' P"° ^^^^8 **«>^ Ws 104 Houston 

J5 Sri!:!*™ -^n<^«"on. «>1'<1, waiter, r 39 Castleberry. 

pg Williams Andrew, col'd, lab, r 200 Eraser 

M S^!!!?™ :^°^^**7» ^^'^» kb; f g& Rolling Mill 
0^ Williams Benjamin, coFd, lab, r Lee, W E 

2 S?!!!*"® 5*~J>De, wid John 8, bds 78 Washington 
rji Williams Carrie, coPd, laundress, r 57 Ga R R 

3 ^i!!'*""® Charles, col'd, shoemkr, r 56 Horton 
g Williams Charles, kb, bds 21 Packard's al 

Sm!^*""* C^«y*»n. «>!'<*> kb, r rear 186 W Peters 
Williams Dennis, ooFd, lab, r 81 Spring 

a 3?!!!*™* ^^'^'^ ^^'^' laundress, r 28 James 

S w! !*™ E«««ne, colM, lab, r 46 W A A R R 

g Williams Fletcher, coPd, waiter Holland <fe Crenshaw, r 10 Wheat 

F^' J!L"T|i ^ ^^^'^ *"<^ ^°*°* >^<«l<^ or Miawe Bmo«, opM front 
I or DMk, mnd MUsftetory fit, go to Wimom k Canxiitm, 26 WlrftelMll. 




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Williams Frances, col'd, laundress, r rear 139 Walker gl 

Williams Frances M, wid W R, r 40 Lambert ^^ S 

Williams Francis, coPd, lab, r 141 Chapel S 

Williams Frank, coFd, lab, r rear 39 N Pryor g 

Williams George, col'd, driver, r Rawson, bet Martin and Eraser ^ 
Williams Greoi^, col'd, fiirmer, r es McDaniel, nr limits 
Williams Greorge W (Langston k Crane speeio/), r Charleston, SC 
Williams Harriet, col'd, laundress, r 57 Gki R R 
Williams Henry, col'd, brickmason, bds 116 E Baker 
Williams Henry, col'd, lab, r ss Forrest av, nr N Butler 
Williams Henry, col'd, lab, r 44 Richmond 
Williams Henry, col'd, lab, r Robbins, cor Wells 
Williams Henry, saloon, 16 W Alabama, r 68 Butler 
. Williams Huron, col'd, lab, r W E 
Williams Isaac, col'd, blacksmith, ns Mitchell, e of Pryor, r 214 

Richardson 
Williams Isaac D, wks Sou Agrl Works, r 46 Mills 
Williams James, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Williams James, col'd, lab, r 67 Ga R R 
Williams James E, r 333 Fort 
Williams James W, col'd, musician, rrear 139 Luckie 
Williams Jerry, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r Tumlin, nw 

cor Fourth 
Williams John, col'd, lab, r 34 Parsons 
Williams John, col'd, lab, r 43 Valentine 
Williams John J (J J Williams & Co), r Stone Mountain 
Williams John W, col'd, dyer J Kreis, r 77 Humphries 
Williams Jordan, col'd, drayman, r 44 W Fair 
Williams J A, r 100 S Broad 

Williams J J <& Co (J J Williams and F Taylor), pork packers, 
, grain and com mers, 17 and 19 S Forsyth 

Williams J W,-phy8ician, 38 S Broad, bds 92 Marietta 
Williams Lewis, col'd, lab, r 68 W Harris 
Williams Lizzie, wid Thomas L, r 105 Decatur 
Williams Lucinda, col'd, cook, r rear 76 S Forsyth 
Williams Lucy, col'd, cook, r 59 Hilliard 
Williams Lucy, col'd, laundress, r 19 Scofield al 
Williams L Mrs, bds Markham House 
Williams Major, ool^d, wks Kimball House 

Williams Maria, coW, laundiess, r 208 Mtngnm 
Williams Maria, col'd, laundiess, r 19 SeoAeki al 
Williams Mary, col'd, laundreaSj r raw 81 N Butler 
Williams Mary A, wid James, rlM Elliott 
Williams Mary J, wid J T, r sd North ay^ ar Lovijoy 

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Williams Mattie, col'd, laundress, r 99 Fraser 
Williams Minerva, coFd, cook, r ss E Harris, nr Randolph 
^ Williams Minnie, ooFd, laundress, r 133 Martin 
§ Williams Mitchell, col'd, lab, r ws Pryor, bet Richardson and 
■ M Clarke 

^ Williams M W, r 46 Mills 
^ Williams Nathan, col'd, lab, 212 W Hunter 
< WILLIilMS NOBLE C (McKoy & Williams), and patent 
"S medicines, 50 Peachtree, r 78 Washington 

•g Williams Peter, col'd, drayman, r 288 W Mitchell 
^ Williams Pleasant, col'd, lab, r es Holland, bet Glenn and Wells 
j^ Williams Prince, col'd, cook Kimball House 
. Williams Radford, coFd, lab, r 267 Marietta 
g Williams Roe, cofd, laundress, r ws Pryor, bet Clarke and Rich- 
p^ ardson 

William* Ruffin, col'd, driver Garrett & Bro 
Williams Sallie Mrs, r Chattahoochee, nr Johnson 
Williams Samuel, col'd, brickmason, r 105 Foster 
jj Williams Samuel C, elk Executive Dept, r Ivy, cor Peachtree 
« Williams, Stephen, col'd, lab, r 27 Howell 
& Williams Susan, col'd, laundress, r 13 Church 
® Williams Susan, wid W B, bds 195 Whitehall 
p4 Williams Theresa Mrs, bds 89 Washington 
^ Williams Thomas, col'd, wks Sou Agrl Works, r 303 Fort 

. Williams Thomas, painter, r Ashbv, ne cor Amos, W E 
q3 Williams Thomas H, 8 S Pryor, r'234 Ivy 

z Williams Thomas H, Jr, bkkr W M Williams, bds 333 Fort 
PCl Williams Tighlman, col'd, pressman T S Reynolds, r rear 169 
gi W Mitchell 

^ Williams Tobe, coFd, lab, bds 20 Whitehall 
W^illiams V C, wid J, r 6S Rock 

Williams Warren, coiy, driver J F Edwards, r 159 N Collins 
rr^ Williams Washington, coFd, drayman, r 251 N Calhoun 
^ Williams William M, mer broker and com mer, 8 S Pryor, r 
^ 234 Ivy 

^ Williams Willis, coFd, cook, r 16 S Calhoun 
j^ Williams Willoughby (Stewart & Williams), r 33 Peachtree 
^9 Williams Wimberly, coPd, driver, O H Jones 

CO Williams , physician, bds 108 Marietta 

•g Williams , P O Dept, bds 13 Washington 

fjl^Williamson Alfred, ooFd, wks Longley & Robinson 
-^ Williamson Charles^ coFd, janitor A-L Ry 
Williamson Henry, ool'd, lab, r 76 Hilliard 
Williamson Henry E, messenger Sou Ex Co 



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Williamson James A, agt, r 35 Walker 

Williamson John, ool'd, lab, r rear 90 Nelson 

Williamson Lucy Miss, bds Campbell House 

Willie David, wks Atlanta Rollincr Mill Co, r rear 149 S Forsyth 

Willing Samuel, meat store, 68 J Peachtree 

Willingham Martha, col'd, cook, r 93 S Loyd 

Willingham Richanl, coFd, lab, r 28 Bradbury 

Willingham Riley M, r 45 N Pryor 

Willis Charles, col'd, lab, r 279 Decatur 

Willis C S, R R Sifrt^*r Ptyor, ne cor Alabama 

Willis J B, r 15 Collins 

Willis Mary E, seamstress', r rear 114 Walker 

Willis Sarah, col'd, laundress, r 24 Corput 

Willoughby Alfred, col'd, feeder Street R R Co, r 66 Rawson 

Willoughby John, coFd,. wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 26 

Corput 
WILL80N JOHN S, physician, 77 Peachtree 
Wilson Allen, col'd, cook, r rear 219 Marietta 
Wilson Arthur McD, elk W F Stokes «fe Co, bds 61 Marietta 
Wilson Ben J, 63 S Broad, r W E 

Wilson Benjamin, coFd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 6 State 
Wilson Carrie, col'd, laundress, r ws Porter, bet Chapel and 

High 
Wilson Charles H, wks C R R, r 17 N Calhoun 
Wilson Charles H, printer J P Harrison & Co,^J^ W Hunter 
Wilson Charles T, wks L Lieberman ^ ^^^ 

Wilson Clark W, with the Howe Machiue^Co, bds 35 N Pryor 
Wilson Ella Mrs, with E F Shropshire 
Wilson Emma, coPd, cook, rrear 16 Markham 
Wilson Henry, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co 
Wilson Henry L, physician, 30 Marietta, r 204 Peachtree 
Wilson House, J L Keith; propr ; 29 to 33 E Alabama 
Wilson James B, timekpr W <fe A R R, r 191 W Mitchell 
Wilson Jeremiah, col'd, wks Curtis & Smith, r Robbins, cor 

Wells 
Wilso n John, col'd, lab, r 79 E Garnett 
WILSOIT JOHN C (W S Wilson & Bro), r 37 E Mitchell 
Wilson John H, co Fd, l ab, r 3 Beckwtth 
WILSON JOHN STAINBACE;, hygienic institute, Tarkish 

bath, 13 E Loyd, opp Markham House, r 48 N Collins. 

(See adv. p. 67.) 
Wilson Joseph, bds 87 E Alabama 
Wilson Joseph, ool'd, brick mason, r 16 Valentine 
Wilaon J Ben (J Ben Wilson «fe Co), r W E 

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WnSOV J BEir 4t OO (J Ben Wilson and J M Harwell)^ 

agprl implementi; seeds, 61 and 63 S Broad 
Wilson J C, bds 48 N Collins 
Wilson Laura, col'd. seamstress, r 284 Jones 
Wilson Louisa, coFo, laundress, r 139 Maf^ine 
Wilson L0C7, ^I'd, laundress, r Green's Ferry av, W E 
Wilson Mary, coFd, laundress, r ws Holland, bet Wells andi 

Hiehtower 
Wilson Moses M, carpenter J C Bowen, r 40 Jenkins 
Wilson M A, wid T C H, r 41 E Cain 
Wilson Peter, col'd, lab, r 135 Magazine 
Wilson Peter, ool'd, (Wesley <& Wilson), r rear 62 Houston 
Wilson Rachel, ool'd, laundress, r ws Orroe, nr CaiQ 
Wilson Richard, col'd, carpenter, r 104.S Prjor 
Wilson R K, grocer, 248 Decatur 
Wilson R Wayne, cotton shipper £ T Cunningham, r Alabama^ 

nw cor Forsyth 
Wilson Sallie Miss, r 50 8 Broad 
Wilson Samuel, r 79 Walton 
Wilson Solomon, col'd, lab, r 85 Larkin 
Wilson Thomas B, carpenter, r 351 Mangum 
Wilson Toby, col'd, butcher Koch & Bro, r Harris, nr limits 
Wilson Taylor T, 1^ Catoosa Lime Works, 56 E Alabama, bds- 

10 W Mitchell 
Wilson Washington, painter, r 27 Hull 
Wilson Wiley, col'd, lab, r 26 W Simpson 
\Vilson William, col'd, prestman J P Harrison & Co, r ss Mark* 

ham, bet Davis and Tattnall 
Wilso n Willie S (W S Wilson & Bro), r Houston, Texas 
WnSOV W S ft BKO (WS and J C Wilson), coal, lumber, 

lath and shingle dealers, 25 N Broad, and Hunter, w of 

Pryor. (See adv. opp. title.) 
Wilson WiUiam T (Craige & Co and Wilson Ss Creekmur), r 

173 Crew 
Wilson Young, col'd, fireman Kimball House 
WIUOV ft CSEEKMITBCW T Wilson and C J Creek- 
mur), gents' dress shirt mnfrs — to order, 25 Whitehall (up< 

stairs.) (Ste adv. p. 64.) 
Wimberly Henry, lab, r 177 E Cain 
Wimberly William H (Taylor & Wimberly), r 30 Marietta 
Wimbush Amy, col'd, laundress, r Fort, ne cor £ Cain 
Wimbush Colnmboa C, carrier P O, r 2i45 E Caip, 
Wimbus h Lo uisa, col'd, cook, r rear 74 N Collins 
WIMFT J9SM A, lawyer, 2 S Pryor, r 236 Houston 

TjKXB satisfaction t« iatafctd W0rk Md Jow prioM, go t». 
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Winaut Julia Mrs, r 234 Decatur 

Winbum Greor^e W, foreman Longley <& Robinson, r 159 De- 
catur 
Winbum William, wks A R EVerett, bds 159 Decatur 
Winfrey Harry, ool'd, lab, r 15 Bigeers ^^ 

Winfiefd James W, agt, grocer, 32 W Mitchell, bds 123 Nelsoo ^ 
Wing Andrew J, ice, oysters and fish, 10 Peachtree, r 260 Fair ^ ^ 
Wing Hiram L, conductor A <fe W Pt R R, r 99 Terry 
Wing James M, turnkey County Jail, r 84 S Butler 
Wingate J H, plumber J Warlick & 00ns 
Wingate Peter, painter, r 311 W Peachtree 
Wingfield John, ool'd, wks Kimball House 
WIHHAM EDWABB L, job printer, 10 Marietta, r 115 

W Simpson 
Winn Byron M (J L Winter & Co), bds 280 Peachtree 
Winn John, ool'a lab, r es Dover, bet Haynes and Tattnall 
Winn John col'd, plasterer, r 123 E Hunter 
Winn Loch J, lawyer, 6 Whitehall, r Decatur, Ga 
Winn Thomas J, carpenter, r 156 Nelson 
Winn William, cutter W Bretiner, r Jones, bet PuUiam and 

Pryor ' 

WINN, see also WYNNE . 

Winship Booker, col'd, lab, r ss'North #, nr Lovejoy ^ 

Winship George (Winship & Bro), r 4« Peachtree • 

Winship Isaac, coVd, wks Atlanta MaeHine Works, r 132 Whtot 3. 
Winship Joseph bds 481 Peaefatro^ Z. 

Winship Robert (Winship & Bro), r 161 Ivy ^ 

Winship Salem, colM, carpenter, r ns Magazine, nr Vine |^ 

WnrSHEP ft BRO (Robert and Gtoom Wioship), iron p 
founders and machinists, Foundry at VrA AR R ^ 

Winston Hattie, col'd, laundress, r Edgewood C 

Winston Mildred, ool'd, cook, r 250 W Hunter ^ 

Winston William,, ool'd, lab, bds 250 W Hunter 
Wint Oscar, col'd. lab, r 50 Robbins 

Winter Charles W (A W Winter & Co), r 42 Houston ^j^ 

WINTER C W ft CO (C W and G A Winter), auction SJ 
com mers and real estate agts, 56 E Wall J{ 

Winter George A (C W Winter & Co), bds 42 Houston 
Winter James L ( J L Winter & Co), r 280 Peachtree 
Winter James L, Jr, elk J L Winter & Co, bds 280 Peachtree 
Winter J L & Co ( J L Winter and B M Winn), tobacco and- 

' cigars, 59 E Alabama 
Winters David, col'd. driver Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r, 9! 
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l2 Winters William A, plasterer, r 371 Collins 
o Wise John S, turnkey County Jail, r36 Fraser 
jg^ Wiseberg^ Morris, mnfr sunbonnets, 31 Peachtree, r 121 Ivy 
- Witcher V A Mrs, teacher Walker Street School, r 147 W 
•^ Hunter 

1 Witcher Warren A, elk Morris & Bro, Ixls J 47 W Hunter 
g Withers Edward, molder, r 27 Hull 
^ Withers Walter S, propr Atlanta Foundry^ r 56 N Butler 
^ Withers William, molder Atlanta Foundry, hds 66 N Butler 
Witherspoon William L, live stock dealer, r 71 W Cain 
Witkowsky Thomas, elk W li Phillips Jr ^fe Co, Ms Marietta,. 

nr Bartow 
Wftmark David, dry ^oods, 82 Whitehall 
Witt Charles C, elk W U Tel Co, r 155 W Hunter 
M Witt Horace D. elk Ga R R, bds 155 W Hunter 
Witt H H (D G Jones <fe Co), r 159 Collins 
Witter Henry, car insp W & A R R, r 63 Luckie 
Witter James, r 79 W Cain 
m Woberlin Chaney, ooFd, laundress, r es Mitchell, nr Haynes 
Woffett Sarah, coFd, laundress, p ss Gilmer, bet Butler and 
Calhoun 

3« Wolf John, confectioner, 26 Whitehall, r 51 W Garnett 
Wolfe Henry, with Great Sou Tea Co, r 52 W Garnett 
^ Wolfe Joseph, r 78 Whitehall 
^ Wolfer Charles, wks Atlanta.Rolling Mill Co 
g Wood Chance, col'd, drayman, r 57 Richmond 

J Wood Edward, cik Bowie <fe Gholstin 
Wood Henry, col'd, wks J H Davis 

rt Wood Horatio, wks CoUon Factory, bds 85 Luckie 

S Wood Isaac col'd, lab, r rear 30 S Bell 

M Wood Isabella, col'd, laundress, r 302 Fair 

o Wood James, engineer Ga R R, r 158 Decatur 

«B Wood John, col'd, lab, r Green's Ferry av 
^ Wood John H, elk, bds 72 Marietta 
HH Wood Jordan, col'd, jab, r 29 Ezzard 
Hi Wood Joseph, col'd, drayman, r 206 E Baker 
Ql Wood Joseph, col'd, wks Sheek & Co 
fj Wood Joseph Rev, trustee Atlanta University 
S Wood Joseph P, col'd, shoemkr, 83 Hoge 
pQ Wood Julius B, col'd, cutter W Brenner, r county 
kpi Wood Maria L Miss, teacher Crew St School, r 112 Decatur 
« Wood Mary, wid C F, r 112 De(»tur 
^% Wood Moliie, col'd, laundress, r rear 52 W Garnett 
2 Wood M J Mrs, r 34 Gartrell 



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Wood Sarah Mrs, with Mesdames Morris & Lyon, bds 60 White- 
hall 
Wood Thomas, elk J M B Carlton & Son, bds 10 Battow 
Wood Thomas M (Howard, Wood <fe Co), r 50 Ellis ^ 

Wood Thomas W, tinner Stewart, Wood & Fain, r ns Parker, p( 

nr Williams • 

Wood Mrs, r 266 Fair . . Op 

Woodall Alexander, col'd, lab, bds 26 Corput 

Woodbury C H, master mechanic Atlanta Cotton Factory, r d 

138 Luckie * 

Woodbury Frank, painter Spenee & Jarvis, bds Ivy, ne cor ^0 

Harris T- 

Woodbury R E, wid J F, r 193 Ivy BO 

Woodbury William A, wks E Van Winkle, r es Newton, nr^ 

Elliott i • 

Woodhull Alexander, col'd, wks Atlanta- Rolling Mill Co cr 

Wooding Henry W, bkkpr Wheeler ife Wilson Mhfg Co, r 23 S 

Williams 8 

Wooding Samuel F, saw maker Winship <fe Bro, r 39 Rhodes ^ 
Woodley George M (Velvin & Woodley), r 226 W Fair . E 

Woodman , driver stmr No 2, bds 81 E Alabama ^ 

Woodruff James P, fireman C R R, r 25 Bell 2 

Woodruff John W, route agent U S Ry M S, r 42 Whitehall J- 

Woodruff Joseph P, conductor C R R, r 28 Rhodes 

Woodruff Richard G, wks C R R, r 59 Mayes al 

Woods Abram B, machinist Ga R R 

Woods Alexander, col'd, wks H Lewis 

W'ood's Chapel, col'd. Rev A Gonicky, pastor; ws Martin, bet 

Richarason and Fulton * 

W^oods Floyd, col'd, lab, r 289 Fort 
Woods John, r 300 Foster 
Woods Newton H, engineer, bds 105 Ga R R 
Woods W B Hon, circuit judge U S Court, r Mobile, Ala 
WOODS WILLIAM F, grocer, 105 Ga R R 
Woodson Charles D, messenger Mer Bank of Atlanta, bds 183 

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Woodson Martha F, wid W D, r 183 Washington 
Woods , bds 59 Luckie 



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Woodson Stewart F, bkkpr Langston & Crane, bds 183 Wash- Q 
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WOODWABD ALSOP P, auditor Constitution, r county 8 
Woodward Butler (Woodward & Co), r 184 Windsor 5 

Woodward C E (Woodward & Prince), r Brunswick, Ga S. 

Woodward James F, delivery elk Sou Ex Co, r 241 Whitehall ' 

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Woodward James G, priDter Constitution, bds Callaway House 
Woodward Smith, cord, sleeping car porter, r 267 Foster 

M- Woodward <& Co (B Woodward and G A Nioolson), cotton 
brokers, 29 W Alabama 
Woodward <fc Prince (C £ Woodward and CP Prince), oysters, 

fish and game. Wall, nw cor Peachtree 
Woody Charles, col'd, driver O H Jones 
Woodridgc Maria W, wid I W, bds 35 Tattnall 
^ Woolfork Isaac, col'd, blacksmith, r 333 E Hunter 

i^Woollcy Basil M, propr opium ciire, 87 Whitehallrand tobacco, 

^^ whol, 24 E Alabama, r 177 Whitehall 

•^ Woolley Nancy, col'd, domestic, r rear 177 Whitehall 

^ Woolley Thomas, r Smith, se cor Whitehall 

8 Woolley W P, editor The Amateur Gazette 

^ Wooten Alexander, col'd, blacksmith, r 18 Lowe 

^0 Wooten Anna, wid Joseph, r 9 Mangum 

5 Wooten A, cleaner Ga K R 

8) Wooten George F, lawyer, 2 Centennial BIdg, 3J Whitehall, bds 
a Cannon House 

3 Wooten Henry, col'd, lab, r 172 McDaniel 

6 Wooten Hester, col'd, laundress, r ns Ellis, nr N Butler 
8 Wooten Israel, wks Cook & Stewart, r 10 Johnson 
H Wooten James, col'd, lab, r 45 Gate City 
^ Wooten Maria, col'd, laundress, r Hall's al, bet Rawson and 

Jones 
H Wooten M E Mrs, r ss Mayson's Ferry rd, Bellwood 
Word Ernest M, lawyer, 16 Kimlwill House, r Decatur, Ga 
Word Robert C, physician, 27 E Hunter, r Decatur, Ga 
Worley W T, ba^^^master W {c A R R, r 93 Nelson 
Wrenn A B, gen'l trav agt M & C R R, 32 E Wall, bds 1 

Markham 
WBENH B W, gen'l passenger atrt '' The Kennesaw Route " 

r W & A R R), bds Markham House 
Wright Ada, col'd, cook M Hall, r Church, se cor Fairlie 
Wright Agnes, ooFd, laundress, r 100 Haynes 
IH Wright Arthur G (Wright & Powell), r Bellwood 

O^ Wright Austin, col'd, tinner Hunnicmt & Bellingraths, r 14 
Collins 
^ Wright Benjamin, ool'd, lab, r ns Blackmon, nr Courier 
■ — Wright Burrell, ool'd, lab, r Warner av, bet Jones and Pettis 
Wright Cafco, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 39 Allac 
Wright Clarrissa, col'd, cook, r Terry, bet Jones and Terry 
Wright C A Mrs, milliner, 61 Whitehall 
Wright Edward, col'd, lab, r rear 14 Scofield al 

FIN£ ALLf LiIN£N Shins m»de to order at $48 p^cdosea and up- 
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Wright Emma, ooPd, latindress, r 15 N Butler 

Wright George, col'd, lab, r ss Foundry, nr Vine 1^ 

Wright George, col'd, lab, r 37 Allac |^ 

Wright Harman, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 18 ^ 

W<& ARE S 

Wright Harriet, col'd, cook, r al bet Hunter and Rhodes, w of |^ 

W & A R R 2 

Wright Henry, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co ^ 

Wright Hinton P, kwyer and notary public, 16 Whitehall, r QQ 

208 Crew 1^^. 

WBIOHT JOHN H, bkkpr Walker & Boyd, r 19 S Broad g 
Wright Joseph, col'd, wks Atlante Rolling Mill Co, r es Tumlin, pQ 

nr Gallatin M 

Wright J T (Hicks & Wright), r 130 Houston ^ 

Wright Lawson, col'd, waiter Natranal Hotel r^ 

Wright Lemuel, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r ss Wal- %S 

lace, nr State 
Wright L B Mrs, r 66. E Peters 

Wright Major, col'd, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill Co, r 37 Victoria 
Wright May, ool'd, laundress, r 44 Terry 
Wright Milton, r 61 Whitehall 
Wright M B, wid A G, r rear 137 W Baker 
Wright Samuel B, cotton broker, r Gordon, cor Peeples, W E 
Wright Stephen, col'd, waiter Cannon House, r 102 N Collins 
Wright Thomas, bds 52 S Broad 
Wright Thomas R, carpenter, r Bellwood 

Wright William, col'd, lab, r 30 Thurmond „ «. B* 

Wright William A, wild land elk. Comptroller General s office, g 

bds 72 S^arietta m 

Wright William F (Gartrell & WrighiJ, r 229 E Hunter o 

Wright & Powell (A G Wright and C L Powell), gun and lock- m 

smiths, 2 Whitehall *J 

Wurm Charles T, elk A Seltzer, r Calhoun, cor Foster ^ 

Wurm Ferdinand A Prof, leader Wurm's Brassand String Band, g 

r 4 Foster m^ 

Wurm Theodore A, elk Furchgott. Benedict & Co, r 4 Foster W 
Worm's Brass and String Bend, Prof F A Wurm, leader; 4 ^ 

Foster • 

Wyatt Aaron, col'd, lab, r rear 91 Larkin » 

Wyatt Cicero, col'd, lab, r 274 Decatur 

Wyatt Frank, ool'd, waiter^ J W Sparks, r 83 Decatur ^ 

Wyatt Hubbard, col'd, lab, r rear 174 Peachtree 
Wyatt J B, carpenter J C Peck & Co, r 165 Luckie 
Wyatt Raine,^ ool'd, lau ndress, r 132 Wheat ^ 

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Wyatt William, bkkpr R G Dun & Co, bds 68 Collins 
Wylie D G, yardraaster W <fe A R R, bds Wilson House 
Wylie Hart, with J R Wylie ik Co, bds 190 Peachtree 
Wylie James R (J R Wylie & Co), r 190 Peachtree 
WyHe Jefferson, coPd, porter W & A R R, r 269 Fraser 
WYLIE J B & CO (J R Wylie and James Bridge, Jr), who! 

grocers and com mers, 32 and 34 N Broad 
Wylie Ralph, elk J R Wylie <fe Co, bds 190 Peachtree 
Wylie Robert, mail guard W & A R R, bds Wilson House 
Wyly King, physician, 13 E Alabama, bds Kimball House 
Wyly Augustine C (A C <fe B F Wyly), r 118 Washington 
Wyly A C & B F (Augustine C and B F Wyly, and J G Ogles- 

by) ,grocers, Pryor, ne cor Decatur 
Wyly Benjamin F (AC & B F Wyly), r 160 Washington 
Wyly Clinton, col'd, hostler C Taylor 
Wyly J H, wks Winship & Bro, bds county 
Wyly J W, gardener, r Edgewood 
WYLY, see also WILEY 
Wynn Amanda Mrs, r 402 Decatur 
Wynn Charles, elk, bds 160 S Pryor 
Wynn James O, r 22 Crew 
Wynn Mary Mrs, r 11 S Broad 
Wynn Nancy col'd, laundress, r 74 Gilmer 
Wynne Charles C, elk, bds 144 Crew 
Wynne John, lightning rods, bds 84 Nelson 
Wynne T F, supt and sec Atlanta Water Works, 150 S Loyd 
Wynne W B, trav agt, r-144 Crew 
Wynne William C (Bishop & Co), bds 160 S Pryor 
WYNNE, see also WINN 

TANCY ABE, colM, lab, r Green's Ferry av, W E 
Yancy Richard D, r 97 Larkin 
Yarborough N A, oik I D Upshaw, bds 85 Whitehall 
Yarbrough B F, bkkpr Daniel & Marsh, r 293 W Peachtree 
Yarbrough Elizabeth, wid William, r 258 Elliott 

TABBBOUGH GEOBOE, col'd, barber, 7 Decatur, r 72 
Calhoun 

Yarbrough Joel S, dairyman, r 63 N Calhoun 

Yarbrough Millie, wid A, r 100 AValker 

Yarbrough Minnie, coPd, cook, r 294 McDonough 

Yeager S A, printer J P Harrison «fe Co 

Yeatraan Samuel, cotton gin repairer, r 51 Pulliara 

Young Allen, col'd, porter Callaway House 

Young Alexander J, painter W & A R R, r 128 Rhodes 

EST MUSLIN »Q<1 LINEN SHIRTS, open front or Uek. Plaited Bosora, 
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Yoting Berrin, col'd, waiter Markham House 

Young Columbus, ool'd, cook National Hotel 

Young Emma Y, wid M, r 29 N Calhoun 

Young E C Mrs, r 48 Gilmer 

Young E, ool'd, lab, t Edgewood 

Young Gabriel, coPd, lab, bds 92 Fort 

Young Harry, bds 29 N Calhoun 

Young Hattie S Miss, teacher Ivy St School, r 48 Gilmer 

Young Henry A, watchman Ga R R, r ss Ga R R, nr Gullatt 

Young John, carpenter, r 135 W Mitchell 

Young John C, fireman Ga R R, r Warner av, bet Pettis and 

Jones 
Young J H, blacksmith, 10 Howell, r ns Daniel, nr Howell 
Young Lucinda, col'd, cook, r ss Davis, nr Mitchell 
Young Margaret R, wid Robert, r 139 W Hunter 
Young Mary, wid Leonard, r 212 Fair 
Young Men's Christian Association, 66 Whitehall 
Young Men's Library Association, H Hillyer, pres ; A Haas, 

sec ; E B Chamberlin, librarian; Marietta, se cor Forsyth 
Young Oscar, col'd, lab, r es State, nr W Fourth 
Young Pleasant, col'd, cook, r 53 E Mitchell 
YOUNG BOBEBT C CAPT, saloon, 18 Whitehall, r 44 

Cooper. (See adv. p. 70.)" 
Young William R, machinistW & A R R, r 139 W Hunter 
Young Willie, col'd, laundress, r 1 81 C R R 
Young Willis, col'd, lab, r 162 E Harris 
Young Woodward, col'd, lab, r Lee, WE 
Youngblood A P, mdse broker, Alabama, ne cor Pryor, r 85 

Plum 
Youngblood INIaclison, wks A-L Ry, bds K R, bet Bartov/ and 

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a man as 

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a man who f^uaranteees all his work. Anything in his line will be promptly 
and faithfully attended to by addressing ^im, lock box 103, Atlanta, Ga. 

ACHRY FRANK, col'd, car repairer Street R R Co 
Zachry John, col'd, carpenter, r 77 Tattnall 
Zachry William I, trav agt H Lewis, r 171 S Forsyth 
Zahn Fritz, foreman Elsas, May & Co, r 166 W Hunter 
Zent Mary J, wid, r 288 Frasei 



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Zimmerman Richard P, soap mnfr, bds 92 Wheat 
Zion Hill Baptist Church, col'd, Rev Robert Grant, oiator 
Humphries, nw cor Glenn ' 

Zi^h Henry, r 181 Whitehall ^ ' ' 

Zoller Philip A, shoemkr, 16 Peach tree, r 237 W Peters 
Zuber Aaron, col'd, drayman J C Peck & Co, r es Jackson, nr 
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TYPE-METAL RELIEF PLATES. 

A SUPERIOR SUBSTITUTE FOR WOOD-CUTS 

. AT MUCH LOWER PRICES. 



These plates are enerared almost entirely by pboto- 
chemiciil means, thus avoiding the old, slow and tedious 
methodofengravinjfon wooden blocks, where the workman 
is compelled to engrave each line separately by cutting 
away n»e wood around it, often spending many days upon 
a plate a few inches square. 

In appearance our relief plates are the same as regular 
stereotypes, being mounted type high on blocks ready to he 
set up and printed from, with type, on any ordinary press. 

They can be used directly and will wear as long as any 
type-metal plates, but if a great number of impressions 
are wanted, duplicate 

ELECTROTYPES AND STEREOTYPES 

can be made from them the same as from wood-cuts. 

They have a printing surface as smooth as glass, and 
the lines are engraved deeper than they are in hand-cut 
plates. Notwithstanding the l<nv prices at which they can 
ne furnished, they are very much superior to wood-cuts, and 
in some cletsses of work are rapidly taking the place of 
lithography. 

COPY. 

Almost all kinds of Prints or Engravings from Wood. 
Stone, Copper and Steel may be reproduced direct. The 
requisites are, clean, distinct black lines or stipple 
work, on white or only slightly tinted paper. All 
Photographs and Pencil Sketches must first be drawn 
in ink. We keep a corps of artists constantly employed, 
trained to do this work in the best manner. We can make 
drawings from photographs or tin-types taken in the usual 
way. They may be of any size, but should, of course, 
show the object distinctly. 

Drawings for our use, unless intended to be redrawn, 
should be on a smooth white surface, in ptr/ectly black 
lines, and usually twice the dimensions each way of the 
desired plate. 

Copy for fac-similes of handwriting should be in per- 
Jectly olack ink, on smooth white paper, written with a 
taW pen, and without use of blotting paper. 

TIME. 

While we can engrave a plate in a few hours that would 
occupy a wood-engraver a month, and often do so, yet with 
the large amoun t of work constantly on hand taxd promised, 
wecannot usually engage to fill an order for a siiigle piate 
in less than from three to six days; larger orders wUl. of 
course, require longer time. 

CHANGE OF SIZE. 

In reproducing wood-cut prints, the size can often be 
considerably reduced ; but if the reduction isgreat. the lines 
become so hne and close together that they will not print 
well. Coarse wood-cuts, such as are generally used in 
Newspapers, may often be reduced to halftheir linear dimen- 
sions, DutyfM^ wood-cuts will admit of but little reduction. 

Most steel plate prints and lithographs will not admit 
of any reduction, and even when reproduced, the tame 
flM in relief, require considerable care in priauog. 



All kinds of prints generally look bad when much 
enlarged, as the hnes become very coarse and ra«red on 
the edges; though we have sometimes made very effective 
cuts for pe«ters and hand-bills in this way. 

In all cases of enlargement and reduction the relative 
proportions remain the same. 

It must not be forgotten, however, that by redrawing, 
prints of any kind can be enlarged or reduced to any 



desired sixe. 



PROOFS. 



We will, whenever desired, furnish tin-type proofs of 
drawings made by us, for examination and approval, or 
correction, before engraving. 

A printed proof is sent with each plate when delivered, 
which may always be equaled or surpassed in actual work 
with proper usage. , 

PRICES. 

It is impossible to eive a scale of prices by the square 
inch for miscellaneous job-work, as sometimes a small cut 
two or three inches square may require as much work as 
another one a foot square. We can, however, give an 
average inch rate to newspaper publishers whose work 
runs uniformly aboutthe same from week to week, especially 
when they furnish us with copy already prepared— such as 
prints ana pen-and-ink drawings. ^^ 

In sending for estimates, be careful to send us the copy 
we are to work from, with full specifications as to size and. 
quality, and remember that it is the same with engraving 
that it is with everything else ; the price will vary greatly 
with the quality ©("^work ordered. 

Never, directly or indirectly, ask us to give>w»# better 
prices than we give our other customers, as we try to treat 
all alike. 

The great advantage of our method of engraving 
enables us to give better work at lower prices than can be 
given by any other method for the greater part of such 
work as would be ?iven to wood-engravers, though in very 
small pieces of the poorer grades of work the advantaire 
is not so great, and tn very coarse work such as is usually 
engraved on mah<^any and pine, our proceas gives us no 
advantage over the wood-engraver. 

To estimate properly upon any piece of work, we must 
understand just what is wanted. We guarantee all our 
work to be executed in the style agreed upoa. 

TERMS. 

Our terms are Cash on Delivbry, except by 
special agreement. , 

Orders from parties not known to os must be accom- 
panied by an advance of at least half the price, or satisfac- 
tory City reference. 

Goods sent by Express will be C. O. D. Where plates are 
small they may be sent by Mail upon receipt of price and 
postage. Remittances must be by draft on New- York or 
P. O. money order, payable to the order of Photo-Engraving 
Co., or by registered letter^**** ky CMecAs on Local Banks. 

We pledge ourselves to meet the reasonable demands 
of those who employ us. If, in any case, we cannot do so, 
we wiU rafuad tac money adwKwl. 

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FOR THE YEAR 

1877. 

Embracing a Classified List of all Professions, Mannfae- 

tures, Trades and Pursuits in the City of Atlanta : 

each classification alphabetically arranged, 

thns exhibiting the full address and 

special business of her citizens. 

FOB THE INDIVIDUAL KAME8 OF THE MEMBERS COMPOSING FIRMS, 
RESIDENCES, ETC., SEE THE GENERAL DIRECTORY. 



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Agricultural Implements. 

[Mannfaoturen.] 

SOUTHEBH. AGBICTTIr 

TUBAL WORKS, E. Haiman, propr ; 
874 to 880 Marietta. (See adT. p. 
74.) 

[Dealers.] 

Anderson J. H. & Co., 16 Loyd 
Echols S. A., 21 S. Broad 

JOHNSON MABK W., 

32 and 84 W. Alabama 

TOMMET, STEWABT & 

BECK, 204 S. Pryor. (See adv. 
p. 74 .) 

WILSON J. BEN & CO., 

61 and 63 S. Broad 

Ale Depots. 
CmCAOO ALE DEPOT, 

0. C. Carroll, propr ; 44 S. Pryor. 
(Set adT. p. 120.) 



Analytical Chemista^ 

[See also Chemists.] * 

LAND W. J., 

1 Line, cor Peachtre^. (See adr. p. 
71.) 

Architects. 
FAT & BBUYN, 

19 8. Broad. (See adr. p. 66.) 
Parkins W. H., 24 S. Broad 

Artists. 

Oliver M. L. Mrs.. 30 Whitehall 
Van StaToren J. H., 17 E. Alabama 

Artiste' Materials. 
WATEBSW. T., 

46 and 48 Whitehall (Sea adr. p. 
76.) 

Attorneys at Law. 

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Gut bman L . K, 22 Peaohtree 

JOTNEB\& BLLIS, 

33 Marietta 
Krouse & Shackelford. 32 Peaohtree 

WINTER C. W & CO., 

66 E. Wall 

Awnings, Tents and Tar- 
panlins. 

EBOENZnrOEB A., 

12 £. Hunter 

Bakers and Confectioners. 
AOBICOLA H. A., 

67 Decatur. (See adv. p. G9.) 
Agricola R. J. F., 90.} McDonough 
Bechtoldt £., 300 Peaohtree 
Goetting C, 46 Peachtree 
Jack & Holland, SC Whitehall 



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Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc., 



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Lewis PL & Co., 67 E Alabama 
Miller M. Mrs, 269 West Peachtree 
Murphy B. J., 274 Marietta 
Roesel G. £., 146 Marietta 
Stieglitz F., 121 Whitehall 

Bands. 
FULTON COBNET AND 

STRING BAND, 66 8. Broad 
Gate City String Band, Ga. R. R. De- 

pot 
Wurm's Brass & String Band, 4 Fpster 

Banks. 
ATLANTA NATIONAL 

BANK, 16 E Alabama 
Bank of the StaU of Georgia, Prjor, 
ew cor Dec atur 

CITIZENS BANE OF 

GEORGU, 8 S Pryor. (See adr. 
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Georgia Banking & Trust Co, 12 E 

Georgia National Bank. 9 E Alabama 

James J. H., 22 Whitehall 

Lowry W. M. & R. J., 55 E. Alabama 

MEBCHANT8 BANE OF 

ATLANTA, Pryor, nw cor Wall 
[For Savings.] 

ATLANTA SAVINGS 

BANK OF GA., 32 Loyd, cor R. R 
State Savings Bank, 10 E Wall 

Barbers. 

Bailey 11., col'd, 124 Whitehall 
Brown II., col'd. 8 E Wall 
Hill Robert, co»*d, 177 Marietta 
Hoffman J. J., 20 Whitehall 
Hutchios W. D., col'd, 18 Marietta 
Lewis 0., col'd, 80 W Peters 
Minor J., col'd, 6 W Mitchell 
Morgan R. J., col'd, Markham House 
Nash A. L., col'd, 10 W Hunter 

NATIONAL HOTEL 

BARBER SHOP, J. W. Butler, 

propr; 8 Peachtree 
Robinson M., col'd, 120 Marietta 
Schelpert L. , 5 Peachtree 
Solomon A., col'd, 95 Decatur 
Strauss D., 61 Whitehall 
TundyS., col'd, 9Ivy 
Watts Kelly, col'd, 6 W Alabama 
Whitfield M. W., col'd, 30 Decatur 
Yarbrough G, col'd, 17 Peachtree 

Baths. 

[Turkish and Roman.] 

WILSON jr STAINBACE. 

13 Loyd, opp. Markham House, 
(^eeadv. p. 67.) 

Beams and Colnmns. 

[Iron.] 

WILEIN8, POST & CO, 

40 Marietta. (S«« adv. p. 28.) 

Beer Bottlers. 

Brown & Ryan, 82 Bartow 
Cohen L. & Co., 23 E. Alabama 
Berron P., Foster, nw cor Waddell 

Belting. 
TOMMET, STEWART ft 

BBCK, 2 and 4 S. Pryor. (Sm adv. 
p. 74.) 



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made to order for $18 per dosen, at Wilson k Creekmnr's, 26 Whitehall. 



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Billiard Parlors. 
FREEMAN'S BILLIARD 

PARLOR, National Hotel 
Kimball Hou^e 

Blacksmiths. 

[See also Wagon Manufacturers.] 
Bennett L., 113 Decatur 
Bowdeu 0., col'd, 142 Walton 
Chandler £., col'd, 670 Marietta 
Cfrusselle J. A., 1 Peachtree rd 
Dobbs Jthn, col'd, es Peachtree rd, nr 

£4th 
EskrWge P, col'd, 46 R. R 
Gardner R. R, 26 W. Hunter 
Gardner T., col'd, 377 W. Peters 
Golden F. S.. 596 Marietta 
Green H, col'd. Ivy, sw cor Line 
Hutchinson J., 211 W. Peters 
KnoUy J., col'd, Gordon, W. E 
Mann J., 65 S. Broad 
Moore J., col'd, 373 E Peachtree 

NOBLE ft 6IFF0RD, 

199 Marietta. (See adv. p. 68.) 
Robinson J., col'd, 19 Walnut 
Simons J., col'd, 323 Decatur 
Smith T. M., 270 W. Peters 
Smith W. H., col'd, 197 W. Peters 
Thompson A., col'd, 50 8 Pryor 
Wheat T., 79 W. Peters 
Williams I., col'd, ns Mitchell, e of 

Pryor 
Young J H., 10 Howell 

Blank Book Manufacturers 
CONSTITXTTION P U B- 

LISHING CO., 34 S Broad. (See 
adv. p. 78.) 

HARRISON JAMES P. & 

CO., 27 and 29 S. Broad. See adv. 
opp. p. 176.) 

RAMSPECE C. M., 

28 S. Broad. (See adv. opp. p. 272.) 

Boarding Houses. 

Alexander J. H., 117 S. Pryor 
A rcher N . N. M rs., 8 W . Mitchell 

BENDER WILLIAM, 

4 6 to 60 W. Honter 

BOWEN SANDY, 

col'd, 36 Deoatnr 

CALLAWAY HOUSE, 

16 S. Broad 
Dougherty E. A. Mrs., B. R., bet Bar- 
tow and Spring 



Downs J. Mrs., 61 Ga. R. R 
Foute W. £, 79 S. Pryor 
Gannon A. Miss, 74 E. Hunter 
Hall J. T., 77 Decatur 
Jones E. A. Mrs., 63 S. Broad 
Jordan M. J. Mrs., 67 Marietta 
Lockhart R. H. Mrs., 50 N. Broad 
Purtell E. C. Mrs., 43* Whitehall 
Reynolds W. M. Mrs.,"ll2 S. Pryor 
Ryan D. J., 81 E. Alabama 
Thomas E. L Mrs., 8 S. Broad 
Upshaw 1. D., 85^ Whitehall 

Boiler ManufiEicturers. 
PORTER ft DAVIS., 

95 Ga. R. R., cor King. (See adv. 
p. 73.) 

NOBLE & 6IFF0RD., 

' 169 Marietta. (See adv. p. US.) 

Book Binders. 

coNSTmrri on p u b- 

LISHING CO., 34 S. Broad. (See 
adv. p. 78.) 

HARRISON JAMES P. ft 

CO., 27 to 29 S. Broad. (See adv. 
opp. p. 176.) 

RAMSPECE C. M., 

2b 8 Broad. (See adv. opp. p. 272.) 

SEALS JOHN H., 

24 S Broad 

Booksellers. 

[Wholesale Exclusively.] 

BURKE & HANCOCK, 

26EAlabam* 

[Retail.] 

HITCHCOCK & WAL- 

VEN, 110 Whitehall 

LTNCH & THOSNTON, 

6 Whitehall 

FHILLIFS & CREW, 

8 and 10 Marietta 

RICHARDS J. J. & S. p., 

11 B Alabama 

Boots and Shoes. 

[Wholesale.] 

EDDLEMAN & BROWN, 

91 Whitehall 
Gramling, Spalding & Co., 14 Decatar 

[Retail.] 
Berry C. M., 33 Peachtree 
Cox John W., 37 Peachtree 



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Force 0. H. & A. W., 38 Whiiehftll 
Q%j A. O. M., 66 Md 67 Peachtree 
Price O. W., 85 Peachtree 
8coU H. M. & Co., 89 Peachtree 

SHAKMAV ft MAHOUM, 

48 Peaehtree. (See adv. p. 78.) 
Snead & Co., 28 Marietta 
Steinh timer D., 48 Whitehall 
[Mad« and Repaired.] 
Alexander I. H., ool'd, 117 £ HanUr 
Baker Dennii, eol'd. 154 Marietu 
Bell W. E., ool'd. 82 W. Peters 
Bently L., col'd, 272 Uecatur 
Boree G., col d, 180 W Mitchell 
Bowen J., eol'd, 75 W Petere 
Brown D., eoVd, 71 Chapel 
Brown H., col'd, 109 W Peters 
Brown T. J. & W, M., col'd, Hunter, 

sw cor Washington 
aark W F., 66 £ ^ labama 
Casey W., ooFd, 184 Decatur 
Craddocic D., col'd, 435 Marietta 
Dabbs J., col'd. 268 W. Mitchell 
Davis H. L., col'd, 232 Decatur 
Delbridge A. J., col'd, 6 Whitehall. 
Doiier O., col'd, 312 Decatur 
Fljnn M., 17 Washington 
Freeman A., eord, 3 £. Mitchell 
Oaines M., 60 Peachtree 
Oleeson W. M., 38 8. Pryor 
Greenwood £., col'd, 116 Marietta 
Henry £., col'd, 16 McDonough 
Hilton & Lackey, 5 E. Foundry 

HOLKES NICK, 

col'd, 78 8. Broad, (bee adv. p. 69 ) 
Holmes 3. P., col'd, 68 Decatur 
Hosking J. 0., 182 Whitehall 
Isaac H.. col'd, 107 Decatur 
Jackson S., col'd, 97 Decatur 
Jenkins G. W.. 58 Peachtree 
Johnson H., 196 Decatur 
Keltner W., 7 8. Broad 
Keltner & HoUey, 104 W Mitchell 
Kennedy W. A., 856 Decatur 
King £.. col'd, 251 W Peters 
Klasset A., 6 £. Alabama 
Latham A., col'd, 198 Marietta 
Lumpkin B., col'd, 80 N. Forsyth 
Long 8., 16 Marietta 
Malone W. J., 28 Marietta 
Mangnm J., ool'd, 63^ Decatur 
Merrifield Q. H., 6 Marietta 
Miller W., 187 Marietto 
Mnllenix B. F., 88 8 Broad 
Mnrphy J. W., 58 W. Peters 
Perry A, eol'd, 188 N. Calhoun 
Sanford Jacob, eel'd, 28^ £. Hunter 



Scott T., col'd, ws Pryor, nr Wheat 
Sheriff P. Cci'l'd, Gordon, nr Lee, WE 
Smith B., col'd, 248 Marietta 
Solder A. J., col'd. 108 8 Forsyth 
Stroud W. H.. 14 W. Alabama 
Terry M. C.^, 7 8. Broad 
TroUer B., col'd, 828 Marietta 
Tunsell W. B., col'd. 42^ Decatur 
Wesley & Wilson, col'd, 82 N. Forsyth 
Westmoreland I., col'd. 167 Whitehall 
White £., col'd. 52 8. Pryor 
Zoller P. A., 16 Peachtree 

Box ManuflEtctarerB. 

Trowbridge J., 3 and 5 Fort 

Brewers. 

Atlanta City Brewing Co., oflBce 8 W. 
Hunter 

Brickyards. 

Broomhead & Alexander, es Ira, bet 
Crumley and Glenn 

Brokers. 

[Merchandise.] 

Castleman U., Pryor, sw cor R. R 
Haas A. & Bro.. Alabama, nw cor Pryor 

McOUIBE JOHN T, 

66 £. Alabama 
Williams W.M., 8 a Pryor 
Toungblood A. P., Alabama, cor Pryor 

[Pawn.] 
Saloshin G. & 8., 12 Peachtree 
Schwersee M., agt, 1 Peachtree 

iProrision and Flour.] 
S J. Wo 

20 Whitehall 

MoOXriBE JOHlf T., 

66 £. Alabama i 

Bronzes. 
MILLER G. H. ft CO., 

15 8. Pryor. (See adr. p. 75.) 

Broom Mann&cturers. 

Lenfestey A. 8., 27 Luckie 

Builders' Hardware. 
MOBBISOH, BAIN & C0.» 

10 and 12 8 Pryor 

Business Co lleges. 
MOORE'S SOirFHERN 

BUSINESS, UNIVEBSITY, B. F. 
Moore, pros; 8 Broad, ne cor Ala- 
bama. (See adT. back eoTer.) 



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r or baek, and'satisfhctory fit, go to Wiisoii & CBBsxiium, 26 Wh^ehall. 



Butchers. 

[See also Markets, and Meats and Veg 

etables.] 
Barnes A. L., 895 Marietta 
Clinton G. W., 448 Marietta 
Davis J. H.. 12 £f Broad 
Dominic J. R., 259 W Peters 
Gossett J. H., 215 W Peters 
Koch & Bro., 84 Marietta 
Kreis J., 214 Decatur 

O'NEILL J., 

Peachtree, cor Forsyth, and 62 De- 
catur. (See adv. p. 76.) 

SAWTELL H. C. 

108 Whitehall. (See adv. p. 76.) 
Shields A. A., Loyd, se cor Decatur 
Simmons A O'Shields, 220 Marietta 
Skates J. W., 288 Marietta 
Smith J. W., 586 MarietU 
Sparks & Tye, 21 Peachtreo 
Stewart J. J., 249 W Peters 
Tolbert & Bro., 75 Peachtree 

Cabinet Makers. 

[See Furniture Made and Repaired.! 
BlileyF.X., 13 E Hunter 
Bohnefeld C, 37 MarieUa 
Dickson W E., 30 Whitehall 

Candy Manufacturers. 

Block F. E , 24 E Alabama 

JACK & HOLLAND, 

36 Whitehall 

LAOOMABSDTO JOHN, 

8 WhitehaU. (See adr. p. 09.) 

Carpenters and Builders. 

Edwards G.. 11 Spring 

HALL L. H. ft CO., 

224 Marietta. (See adv. p. 358.) 
UndisS.,llSpriog 
TutUe J. A., 23 £ Hunter 

Carpets and Oil Cloths. 
CHAMBEBlIN, BOTN- 

TON & CO., 66 and 68 WhiUhall 
Ilaygood W. A., 38 Marietta 

Carriages. 

[Manufacturers and Dealers.] 

BOOTH W. K, 

74 W^ Peters 
Curtis ft Smith, 85 Peachtree 
Echols 8. A., 21 S. Broad 



FINNETA.T., 

12 8. Forsyth. (See ad?, p. 69.) 
Ford J, J., 23 N. Pryor 

JOHNSON MASK W. 

32 and 34 W. AUbama. (See adr. 
P 72.) 

SMITH JOHN M., 

48 8. Broad. (See adr. p. 70.) 
Spence k Jarris, 44 Line 

WABE J.\A., 

311 Decatur 

Carriage Material. 
TOMMET, STEWABT ft 

BECK, 2 ai^d 4 8. Pryor. (See adT. 
p. 74.) 

Car Wheels and Brasses. 
POBTEB ft DAVISi 

95 Ga. B. R. (See tdr. p. 74.) 

Castings. 

[Iron and Brass.] 

ATLANTA ROLLING 

Mill, 492 and 494 Marietta. (See 
ady. back paster and top lines.) 

Chemists. 
LAND W J., 

1 Line, cor Peachtree. (See adr. p. 
71.) 

China, Glass and Queens- 
ware. 

Law J. U., agt, 26 Marietta 

M<;BBIDE ft CO., 

n and 18 N. Pryor. 

(Eatabll«l»«d la 1850.) 

WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

CROCKERY AND OlASSWARE) 

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Seltzer H., 16 N. Broad 

Cigar Mann&cturers. 
CASSIDT ft MAHEB, 

44 8. Pryor 



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Cigars and Tobacco. 

^ [Wholesale.] 

^ BEEBMANN ft KUHBT, 

1 WhitehBll, and . Kimball House. 
<r^ (See adT. back coTer.) 
£ Boroughs G. W.. 90 S. Broad 
H Brock Bros., 11 Decatur 
Jf dg Howard, Wood & Co., 33 £. Alabama 
Licbman L., Pryor, cor Alabama 
Lowndes 0. S., 17 N. Pryor 
-* Meador Bros., 21 £. Alabama 

^ PBirDLETOirS & LAMF- 

^ |[IN, 29 W. Alabama 
Potts F. M., 19 £. Alabama 
Winter J. L. ft Co., 59 £. Alabama 

[Wholesale and Retail.] 

BBEBMANN ft KUHBT, 

' 1 Whitehall and KimbaU House. 
(Se e adr. b ack oorerO 

CBICHTON, BZNNEDT 

6 CO., 49 Whitehall 
Dann B. L. 1 Peachtree 
Rosenbaum C. 10 £. Alabama 
Maddox ft Rucker, Peachtre«^, nw cor 

Railroad 

[Retail.] 

Freeman ft Bro., 11 Peachtree 

oarHT p. J., 

7 £. Alabama. (See adv. p 
Rich R. I., 1 £. Decatur 



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Rote M., Markham House 



^ CivU Engineers. 

h4 Bass W. B., 24 S. Broad 
C8 MoPaniel E^nry, Citj Hall 

pfii whkihs, post ft co., 

^^ 40 Marietta. (See adT. front cover.) 

Jg Clothing. 

^f [Wholesale.] 

•S ^^^M ^* ft Co., 6 S Pryor 
p£t [Wholesale and retail.] 

p4EISElIAN BBOS., 

S ^ W hitehall 

S HIB8CH M. ft J., 

|m* 3 and 60 Whitehall 



KIMBBO B. p. 8., 

56 Whitehall. (See adT. p. 71.) /> 
Lowe W. B. & Co., 41 Whitehall 

[Boys.] 

EIMBBO B. P. 8m 

66 Whitehall. (See adr, p. 71.) 

[Retail.] 

Cohen & Selig, 23 Whitehall 

Gay A. 0. M., 65 and 67 Peachtieo 

Haas Bros., 32 Whitehall 

Hirsch H., 3 Whitehall 

McMaster M., 107 Decatur 

Marks A., 42 Decatur 

Menko M. ft Bro., 21 Whitehall 

Rosenfeld A. ft S., 24 Whitehall 

Schindler ft Abraham, 10 Whitehall 

SHABMAN ft MANOUM, 

43 Peachtree. (See adT. p. 73.) 
[Second Hand.] 
SaloshinG., 24 Decatur 

Coal Dealers. 

Edwards J. F.,.95 S. Broad, and rear 
72 MarietU 

EISWALD T. G., 

22 S. Forsyth, and Decatur, cor Loyd 
Grisham W. 8., 56 £. Alabama 
Harrison Q. W., 81 Decatur 
Keel A. J., 816 Marietta 
Nace J. M, 29 and 287 Deoatnr 

SCIPLE & S0H8, 

59 Decatur 

WILSON W. S. ft BBO , 

25 N Broad. (See adT. opp. title.) 

Coffee. 
GBEAT SOUTHEBN TEA 

CO., 78^ Whitehall 

Coffin Manufitctnrers. 
ATLANTACOFFEETMAN- 

UFACTORY, L. H. Hall ft Co.. 
proprs; 36 Deoatur. (See adv. p. 368.) 

Collecting Agencies. 
ATLANTA COLLECTING 

AGENCY, 83 Marietta 

Colleges. 

[Commereial.] 
(See also Schools and Academies. 

MOOBE'S SOUTHEBN 

BUSINESS UNIVERSITY, 88 and 
40 S. Broad. (See adT. back ooTcr.) 



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Commercial Agencies. 

Dun R. G. ft Co., Alabama, ne oor S. 

THE J. M. BBADSTBEET 

ft SON CO., 11 James' Bank Blk, 6^ 
Whitehall (See adr. p. 65.) 

Commissioners of Deeds. 
FBEEMAN B. B., 

OflBce with Secretary of State. (See 
adT. p. 70.) 

GLENN HOWELL C, 

19 Whitehall. (See adr. p. 71 .) 

'[United States.] 

Black L., 61 E. Alabama 

Buck A. £.. 20 Decatur 

Smith W. B., room 8, 20 Decatur 

Commission Merchants. 

[See also Grocers, wholesale.] 
Adair ft Bro., 27 W. Alabama 

COOK ft LOGAN, 

68 £. Alabama 

JOHNSON MABK W., 

32 and 3i W. Alabama. (See adr. 

LANi^STON ft CBANE, 

46 and 48 £. Alabama 

MOOBE, SIMS CO., 

185 MarieUa 
Newton C. 8., 89 S. Pryor / 

PENDLETONS ft LAMP- 

KIN, 29 W. AUbama 
Scott G. W. ft Co., 11 S. Broad 
Simmons J. R., 18 and 15 S. Forsyth 

SHB0P8HIBE ft CO., 

12 W. Mitchell 
Strong C. H., Marietta, ne cor Broad 
Wil liams J. J. , 17 and 19 S. Forsyth 

WINTEB a W. ft CO., 

56 £. Wall 
Wylie J. R. ft Co., 32 and 34 N. Broad 

Concrete Pipe Works. 

Hunnicutt and Bellingraths, ws Reed, 
nr limits 

Confectionex;7 and Fruit. 

[Wholesale and reUil.] 

JACK ft HOLLAND, 

86 Whitehall 

LAGOMABSniO JOHN, 

4 Whitehall. (See adT., p. 69.) 



[Retail.] 
Accorsini 0., 36 Marietta 

AGBICOLift. H. A., 

37 Decatur. (See adT. p. 69.) 
Balocchl T. C, Wall, cor Pryor. 
CocchiD., 112 Whitehall 
Glynn M., Mrs., 36 W Mitchell 
Harris H. S., -25 Decatur 

KABWISCH H., 

91 and 93 Deeatnr 

MASSA ENBICO A., 

19 Peachtree 
Mills Fannie, 375 W. Peters 
Redding H. V. M., 71^ Peachtree . 
Rosenbaum H. C, 114 Marietta 
Staub A., 148 W Peters 
Thompson £. M. Mrs., 127 Whitehall 
Wolf J., 25WMitchen 

Contractors and Builders. 

Healey T. G., Marietta, nw oor Forsyth 

LONGLET ft BOBINSON, 

18 Lo yd 

THBOWEB JAMES G., 

32 Kimball House. (See adr. head 
of each letter.) 

TBATNHAM ft CO., 

66 to 70 Decatur. (See adT. p. 72.) 

Conveyancers. 
BELL MABCUS A., 

1 Centennial Bid' g. (SeeadT.p. 80.) 

Coopers. 

Brown F., 124 W Mitchell 

Cotton Brokers and Buyers 

Bedell W. A.. 44 E Alabama 
Dexter A., 44 £ Alabama 
Turner W. S. ft Co.. 27 W AUbama 
Woodward ft Co., 2^ W AUbama 

Cotton Compresses. 

Atlanta Cotton Compress, J. D. Tur- 
ker supt; W Peters, cor C B. B 

Cotton Gins and Presses. 

[ManafSMturer%] 

WINSHIP ie BBO., 

Foundry, at R. R. Crossing 

Cotton Merchants. 

Anderson J. H. ft Co., 16 Lo/d 
Cunningham A. T., Alabama, nw cor 

Forsyth 
Inman S. M. ft Co., 65 WhitehalL 



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make Fancy Linen. Percale, Zephyr and Creton 
Drawers, at reasonable rates, 25 Whitehall st. 



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OlipenOr irOIl Vm. Qoodnow, Genl Manager, 492M 

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OliTer J. S. & Co. , Alabama, se cor For- 

Bjth 
Ptrrott G. W. & Bro., Pry or, nw cor 

Hunter 
StroDg C. H., Marietta, ne cor Broad 

Cotton Mills. 

AtlanU Cotton Factory Co., 160 to 170 
Marietta 

Cotton Warehouses' 

Leyden A., Bartow, cor W. & A. B. R 
McCandless S. C, Marietta, ne cor 

Broad 
Tamer J. D., W Peters, cor C. R. R 

WILSON J BEN ft CO., 

61 and 68 S Broad 

Cracker Mannfactiirers. 
JACK & HOIXAND, 

36 Whitehall 

Dentists. 

Badger Ralph, 8} Marietta 
Badger R. D. cord, 86 Peachtree 
Carpenter L. D., 47 Whitehall 







OUBLET J. W., D. D. S., 

83 Whitehall. (See adT. front coyer ) 
Holland & Crenahair, 24 Whitehall 

HOLLIDAY B. A., 

28 Whitehall 
Kennedy J. W., 267 Washington 

LINK J. A., 

Room 2,68 Wh itehall. (Seeadv.p.74.) 

MXTBPHT X. B., 

79 Whitehall 



Smith D., 66 Whitehall 

TBEADWELL J., 

45 Peachtree 

Dentists' Materials. 

Rape Samuel, 46 Whitehall « 

Diamond Setters. 
EVEBETT A. B., 

6 Marietta. (See ftront paster. ) 

FABSIN6T0N P. A., 

10 Peach tree. (See adv. p. 75.) 

STEVENS J. P , 

28 Whitehall 

Directory Publishers. 






PUBU8BES AXKUALLT 

Sholes' Atlanta Directory. 

OFFICE, 248. BROAD. 

Has on file Directories of the princi- 
pal cities in the United States, for the 
use of Patrons of the Directory and 
strangers. 

Dispensaries. 

Park Medical Institute and Dispen- 
sary, 4 Marietta 

Distillers. 

Cox, Hill & Thompson, 29 Peachlree 
Rich & Titlebaum, 31 £. Alabama 

Doors, Sash and Blinds. 
ASHLET W. G. ft CO., 

83 S Broad. (See adr. p. 72.) 

COOK ft STEWABT, 

W. & A. R. R., cor Foundry 

HALL L. B. ft CO., 

224 Marietta. (See adr. p. 358.) 
Jennings W. & Co.» 38 Decatur 

LONGLET ftBOBINSON, 

^ 18 N. Loyd 

TBAYNHAM ft CO., 

66 to 70 Decatur. (See adv. p. 72.) 

Dress and Cloak Makers. 

Aguero £.J. Mrs., 179MarietU 
Boynton A. £. Mrs. 171 £ Simpson 
Cooper M. Mrs., 100 Whitehall 
Curtis M. £. Mrs., 74 N. Pryor 
Dickey A. E. Mrs., 208 Whitehall 



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Donaldson Alice Mrs., 47 S. Loyd 
Oriffis M. L. Mrs., 105 Whitehall 
Hollingsworth M. Mrs., 45 N. Pryor 
Kennedy J. Mrs., 61 Whitehall 
LaSiIle J. B. Mrs., ws McDaniel, cor 

W. Peters 
McDonald & Forsyth, 24 Whitehall 
Madden A. Miss, 40 Whitehall 
Mitchell Katie Mrs., 47 S. Loyd 
Patch M.C. MiM, 66 Whitehall 
Rawls M. Mrs., 9 £. Mitchell 
Scott L. £. Miss, 78 Whitehall 
Sears L. W. Mrs., 150 W. Hunter 
Swift S. E. Mrs., 89 Whitehall 
White M. L. Mrs., 108 Peachtree 

Drugs and Medicines. 

[Wholesale.] 

HUNT, BANKIN ft LA- 

MAR, 11 N Pryor 

[Wholesale and Retail.] 

Daniel & Marsh, 13 Decatur 

[Retail.] 

Berry & Co., Peachtree, ne oor Decatur 
Harrill & Martin, 190 Decatur 
Hodges W. J. , 160 Decatur 
Howard Q. J., 2 Marietta 
Jenkin s W. F., 77 Peachtree 

JUDSON W. N. Dr., 

92 MeDonough 
Miller & Berry, 14 Whitehall 
Palmer J. C. & Co., 133 W Peters 
Palmer S. W., 206 MarietU 
Peacock F. S., 168 W Peters 
Pinson & Holt, 102 Whitehall 
Piatt 0. F., 26 Whitehall • 
Schumann T., Whitehall, nw cor Hun- 
ter 
Simmons & Sharp, 202 Marietta 
Sparks W. D.. 70 Whitehall 
Taylor J. A., 9 Peachtree 
Taylor k Wimberly, 30 Marietta 

THOMPSON L P., 

155 W Peters 

Dry Goods. 

[Wholesale] 

Crane, Boylston & Co., 6 S Pryor 
Kiser M. C. & J.F. & Co., Prycr, ne 

cor Wall 
Moore, Marsh & Co., 18 Decatur 
Silvey & Dougherty^ 4 and 6 Decatur 

[Wholesale and Retail.] 

CATEB W. E., 

. 54 Whitehall 



CHAMBEBUN, BOTN- 

TON k CO., 66 and C8 Whitehall 
Keely J., 62 and 64 Whitehall 
Rich M. k Bro., 65 Whitehall 

SHABMAN ft MANGUM, 

43 Peachtree. (See adr. p. 73.) 

WATSON JAMES A., 

77 Whitehall 

[Retail.] 

Brotherton W. H., 2 W Mitchell 

Cahn £., 71 Whitehall 

Douglas R. 0., 39 Whitehall 

Gay A. 0. M., 65 and 67 Peachtree 

Gunst J„ 148 Decatur . 

Hitchins & Bro., 61 Peachtree 

HoUiday G. H. & Co., 101 Whitehall 

Kreisle A., 54 Whitehall 

McCleskey k Gramling, 53 Peachtree 

McPhee D. C, Marietta, opp Rolling 
Mill 

Menko M. & Bro., 21 Whitehall 

Regenstein & Kuts, 76 Whitehall 

Rosenfeld S., 58 Decatur 

Ryan John, 61 Whitehall 

Ryan M., 93 Whitehall 

Selig J. & Bro., 85 Whitehall 

Simmonf, Hunt k Gilbert, 210 Mari- 
etta 

SteinheimerD.. 48 Whitehall ^ 

Witmark D., 82 Whitehall 

Dyers and Cleaners. 
KBEIS J., 

9 £. Mitchell 
Lochrey J., 45 £. Hunter 

Embroidery and Silks. 
HETZEL LIZZIE MISS, 

43 Whitehall 

Engineers and Bridgebuil- 
ders. 

WILKINS, POST ft CO , 

40 Marietta. (See ad?, p. 28.) 

Engravers. 

[Jewelry.] 

oTEVSNS J. P., 

. 28 Whitehall 

[MetaL] 

VEBETT A. B , 

6 MarietU. (See front pa&ter ) 
Fairbanks C. F., 80 Marietta 

FABBINGTON P* Am 

10 Peachtree. (See adr. p. 75-) 



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WILSON & CREEKMUR, the Shirt Makers, 25 WhHehall. 



TNROUQH GARS 1«>^^« AtUnta daily for Texarkana. The line ria Cbot- 
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SOLOMOKSOir S. L., 

43 Whitehall. ( See adT. front corer.) 

STEVENS J. P.. 

28 Whitehall 

[Wood.] 

Hjde E. II:, 81 S. Broad 

Express Companies. 

Soathem Express Co., E. Wall, opp 
Union Depot 

Fanoy Goods. Notions Etc. 

[Wholesale.] 

FRANKLIN M., 

12 Deoatar 
Peck W. F. & Co., 10 Decatur 

[Wholesale and Retail.] 

GATES W. E., 

54 Whitehall 

CHAHBEBLIN, BOYN- 

TON & CfXTee and 68 Whitehall 
Keelj J., 62 and 64 Whitehall 
Watson J. A., 77 Whitehall 

[ReUil.] 
DeSauUes L., 29 Whitehall 

SHABMAN & MANGUM, 

48 Peaehiree. (»ee adT. p. 78. > 
Turner & Braumuller, 80 Whitehall 

Fast Freight Lines. 

Carolina Central Despatch, 19 £. Ala- 
bama 

CHABLESTON LINE, 

J. H Selkirk, gtn'l «gt; 82 Loyd 

aBEEN LINE, 

R. C. Bobson, gen'l agt; 8 S. Broad 
Port Royal R. R., 62 E. Alabama 
Ya. & Tena. Air-line, 82 £. Wall 

Fertilizers. 
ABAIB ft BBO., 

27 W. AUbama 

JOHNSON MABE W , 

82 and 34 W. Alabama. (See adv. 

PENDLETON'S FEBTI- 

LIZERS, Pendletons & Lampkin, 
proprs ; 29 W. Alabama 

PBATT CHARLES. 

agt U. 8. F. and C. Co., 10 Centennial 

Bldg 
Swift John N., 63 S. Broad 
Swift TL., 68 S. Broad 



Fish Dealers. 

[See also Oysters, Fish and Game. ] 
Day S. W., R. R., James* Bank Blk 

O'NEILL JOHN, 

Peaohtree, oor Forsyth, and 62 De- 
catur. (See adT. p. 76.) 

Fish-Bar and Bolts. 
ATLANTA ROLLING 

MILL, 492 and 494 MarietU. (See 
adv. back paster.) 

Florists. 

[See also Nurseries. ] 

COLE M. ft CO., 

2 Whitehall. (See adv. opp. title.) 

HARRY FiiSTCHIR, 

WLOZLh ABTXBTt 

Whitehall, 9. W. €»r. €arMeU St., 

Cut lliwen, BriU Iboqoits, aiii Baskets 

•r n^wers, OrmMitil Wirk aol 

Designs of ererj Descripiiefl, 



LAMBERT ALPHONSE, 

Fiiir, se cor Wood 

Foundries. 

[Iron.] 

ATLANTA IBON FOUN- 
DRY, 24 and 26 a C«Ili.an i 

PORTER ft DAVIS, 

95 Oik R. K., oor King. (S«e «dT. 

WINiSHIP ft BRCi , 

W. & A. R. R., cor Foundry 

Fruits. 

[Foreign and Domestic] 
Stokes W. F. & Co., 17 £ Alabama 

Fruit Stands. 

Beedles H., col'd, 84 Decatur 
Boiler a. R., 109 WhitehaU 
Lee George, 85 W. Mitchell 
Mauro A., 16 Whitehall 

Furniture Dealers. 

[See also Upholsterers.] 
Castleberry <fc Co. , 42 and 44 Whitehall 



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etta 
Kendrick £. S. & Co.. 21 Marietta 
Watkins J. L., 72 Whitehall 

[Made and Repaired.] 
Arnold W. M., 127 8. Forsyth 
Castleberry & Co., 42 and 44 White- 
hall 
QaTan J. H., 37 £. Alabama 

Game Depots. 

[See also Oysters, Fish and Game,] 

DAY s. w., 

James Bank Blk, front R. R 

Gas Companies. 
ATLANTA GAS LIGHT 

GQ., 21 Whitehall 

: Gas and Steam Fitters. 

[See alto Plumbers.] 

EICHBERG J. T., 

90 Whiteh all 

HXTNNICTTTT ft BEL- 

LINOBATHSp86and SSPeachtree 

Gents' Furnishing Goods. 
^tlATER W. E., 

/ 54 Wliitehall 

^ KIMBRO R. P. S., 

66 Whitehall. (Se9 adr. p. 71.) 

EISEMAN BROS., 

55 Whitdiall 
Haas Bros. » 82 Whitehall 

HIRSCH M. ft J., 

8 and 50 Whitehall 

LTNCH JERRT, 

8 Whitehall and 8 Peaohtree 
Rosenfeld A. & S., 24 Whitehall 
Schindler & Abraham, 10 Whitehsll 

Grain, Hay, Etc. 
ADAIR ft BRO, 

26 W. Alabama 

McGATJGHEYBROS.. 

85 8. Broad 
Williams J. J. A; Co., 17 and 19 S. 
Forsyth 

. Grange Agencies. 

Ketner J. H., 26 £. Alabama 

Grates and Ranges. 
HUNNICITTT ft BELLIN- 

GRATHS, 36 and 38 Peachtree 



Grocers. 

[Wholesale.] 
Abbott & Bro., 64 and 6C £. Alabama 

AKERS ft BROS, 

13 S. Broad 

BOWIE ft GHOLSTIN, 

42 E. Alabama 
Boynton Bros., 28 E. Alabama 
Carter J. C, 51 and 53 £. Alabama 

DABNEY T. J., 

57 and 59 Peachtree 
Dodd P. & G. T. k Co., Alabama, 

ne cor Pryor 
Dunn, Ogletree & Co., 38 £. Alabama 
Fuller & Smith, Alabama, ne cor Pryor 
Goldsmith J. W., 57 E. Alabama 

LANGSTON ft CRANE, 

46 and 48 £. Alabama 
Nnnnally, Hallman & Co., 55 Peach- 
tree 
Wylie J. R. & Co., 32 and 34 N. Broad 
Wyly A. C & B. F., Pryor, ne cor De- 
catur 
Briant G. J., 48 Decatur 
Camp & Camp. 85 W. Mitchell 
Fuller J. C, 67 S. Brotd and 224 W. 

Peters 
Lewin A. M. & Co., 49 Peachtree 
Lowe T. J. & Bro., 85 W. Mitchell 
Lowe W., 81 S. Broad 
McMillan & Snow, 25 Marietta, nnd 

lis. Forsyth 
Merchant & Motley, TO acd 72 E. 
Alabama 

MOORE, SIMS ft CO., 

185 Marietta 
Morris & Bro. i 46 Peachtree 
Powell, Hall & Co., 26 Peachtree 
Powers W. & Son, 34 Peachtree 

SHARP ft McDANIEL, 

117 White hall 

SHROPSHIRE ft CO., 

12 W.Mitchell 
Stephens & Flynn, 41 and 43 E. Ala- 
bama 

[Fancy.] 

Lewin A, M. & Co., 49 Peachtree 

SHANNON W. A., 

100 Whitehall 
Stokes W. F. & Co., 17 E. Alabama 

[ReUil.] 

AdairJ.T., 12Loyd 
Adams L. D., 359 Peachtree 
Adamson & Son. 262 Decatur 



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ed, from $15 to $36 per doa., at WILSON & CREEKMUR*S, 25 Whitehall. 



PULLMAN PALACE cars lt'^^'^•^^t^{w.^^**^'"^''° 
by the kS^NESAW ROUTB--Dalton, Bristol and Lynchburg. 



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Alexander J. M., 209 Walker 

Allen £. C, 84 Peaohtree 

Allen £. T., 102 McDonough 

Andenon -Nancy Mrs., es Frascr, bet 
Fair and Hanter 

Anderson & Bro., 147 W. Peters 

Anglin J. S., 188 Marietta 

Baird J. C, 252 Marietta 

Ball F. M., 88 Mayson's Ferry rd,. 
Bell wood 

Bargan B. Mrs., 152 Decatur 

Battle J. C, 129 Chapel 

Bear M. J., e^ MoDaniel, bet Richard- 
son and Whitehall 

Bell & Kilby, 270 Marietta 

Bethel Isham, col'd, 5 Green's Ferry ar 

Beyer M., 80 Deoalar 

Bird I., 12 MarietU 

Bird M. M., eol'd, 92 Houston 

Bobo & Chapman, 118 Whitehall 

Boyd J. 8., 98 Peachtree 

Bridwell C, 100 W. Mitchell 

Bryan & Scott, 218 MarietU ' 
I Buchanan T. J. & Co., 260 Decalur 

Buice J. M., 110 McDonough > 

Burk S., col'd, 203 Fraser 
I Bumey M., col'd, 12 Biggers 

Burns S., col'd, 78 Humphries 

Butler L. C, 169 Fort 

Byers J., col'd, 180 Decatur 

Callaway & Holn/bs, col'd, 88 Uilliard 

Camp B. A., 84 W. Mitchell 

Campbell A. A., 7 and 13 Marietta 

Campbell J., 149 Luckie 

CARLTON J. M. B. & SON, 

134 Marietta 
Chaney R. D., 106 Whitehall 
ChasUin T. A., 90 Peachtree 
Connell J. E., 22 Rhodes 
Connolly A., 131 £. Hunter 
Cook G. W., 234 Decatur 
Cook L., Gordon, W. E 
Cooper A. J., 71 Chapel 
Cotton J. W., 128 S. Forsyth 
Cox W., col^d. Tatnall, cor Mitchell 
Crumley C. Mrs., 264 Marietta 
Crusselle T. Q. W., 1 Peachtree rd 

CULBERSON 0. 1. 

Gordon, sw cor Lee, W. £ 
Curry Hardy, col'd, 164 Frasor 
Curtis p. F., 287 W. Peters 
Dayis J. S., 186 Houston 
Dean L. &> Son, 856 Marietta 
DeFoOr J. A., 137 W. Peters 
Uenham J., 265 W. Peters 
Dennis J. W., Mayson's Ferry rd, cor 

R. R 



Dorsey W. H. H., 1^ Fraser 
Edwards J. W. B., Gordon, nr Lee, 

W. E 
Egan M. A. Mrs., 126 Decatur 
Ellis J. M., 123 W. Peters 
Eskridge A. P., 213 W. Peters 
Faith & Morris, 116 Decatur 
Falyey J. J., 71 Peachtree 
Farmer G. W., col'd, Mitchell, nr 

Haynes 
Fernando J. W., cold, 813 W. Mitch 

ell 
Fincher & Bro., 88 Peachtree 
Fleming R. Mrs., 114 Fraser 
Fuller A. D., 224 W. Peters 
Fuller & Doolittle, 148 Marietta 
Franklin & WUkins, 18 W. Mitchell 
Friziell G. E. Mrs., 242 E. Hunter 
Gsmmage T. M., Newnan rd, bey lim> 

its 
Gartrell F. B., 324 Decatur 
Gatins J., 62 N. Calhoun 
Gilreath & Sloan, 14 W. Mitchell 
Green W. H., 123 Peachtree 
Gregg R. C, 61 McDaniel ' 
Habersham F. £., 90 McDonough 
Hagan J. T., 94 Whitehall 
Hairston J. M., 224 Decatur 
Hamilton L. £., Houston, ne cor Fort 
Harris S. L., 140 Marietta 
Hart I. N., 126 MarietU 
Hartman M., 132 Decatur 
Heard P., col'd, 112 Haynes 
Hemphill R. A'., 102 Peachtree 
Hicks & Wright, 128 Houston 
Hill John, col'd, 142 £. Harris 
Hitchins & Bro., 51 Peachtree 
Holbrook A. C, 79 Peachtree 
Hooks J. C, 296 Peachtree 
Huff J. C.^ 62 S. Broad 
Huff J. F., 214 W. Peters 
Hughey & ^ron, 81 and 83 Whitehall 
Jones H., c^l'd, 314 Decatur 
Jones J. T., 65 Martin 
Jones N. J., col'd, 75 W. Peters 
Johnson D., 253 Fair 
Johnston & Martin, 170 W. Peters 
Kane B. J., 164 W. MiicheU 

KARWISCH H.,. 

91 and 93 Decatur 
Kicklighter C. J., 104 Whitehall 
Riser A. J., 79 Whitehall 
Laird W., 197 Whitehall 

LANDRUM & BOST- 

WICK, 80 Peachtree 
Lasarus £. W.. 12 Whitehall 
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Lesier I. B, 164 W. Mitchell 

Little E. G., 43 Chapel 

Lively W. E. & Co., 198 McDonough 

Lowe & Magbee, 9 W. Mitchell 

Lumpkin W. S., 179 Marietta 

Lynch J. J., 41 Decatur 

Lynch P., 95 Whitehall and 7 W. 

Mitchell 
Lynch P. W., 56 Decalur 
McCain & Barnes, 94 8. Broad 
McCarty P., 40 W. foundry 
MoDeritt & Co., 115 Whitehall 
McGuirk J. M., 196 Decatur 
McHan C , 276 Fair 
McHenry C, col'd, 254 Marietta 
McKenney L., col'd, 33 McDaniel 
McKoy & Williams, 50 Peachtree 
MoPhee D. C, Marietta, opp Rolling 

Mill 
Mahoney M., 124 Decatur 
Maier J., 176 Davis 
Marbut J. J., 63 Decatur i 
Marion Sylvester, 282 Marietta 
Martin C. V. Mrs., 190 Marietta 
Martin H. C, Blarietta rd. nr May- 
son's ferry rd 
Mayson T. C, 3 Marietta 
Middlebrooks W. M., 405 W. Peters 
Mitchell I. 8., 142 Whitehall 
Mitchell W. D., 298 W Peters 
Moreton F., 76 S. Pryor 
Morris C. 8., 81 Peachtree 
Morris J. F., 88 W. Peters 
Morris L. 8., 196 Marietta 
Moss A. J., 233 E. Hunter 
Moyer I. P., col'd, 149 W. Peters 
Murdock Y. A., col'd, 157 Wheat 
NottB., 86 S. Butler 
Owens & Bro., 10$ Houston 
Paris W. D., 93 W. Peters 
Payne £. T., 395 Marietta 
Peers J. L., 39 W Peters 
Phillips W.R. Jr. &Co.,41 Peachtree 
Pitts M. F., 264 Decatur 
Pope Elizabeth, col'd, 295 N. Calhoun 
Prim I. J., 70 Peachtree 
Prior G. 8., 48 Peachtree 
Quarterman T. £., col'd, 92 E. Cain 
E&gsdale, Fuller Jl Co., 10 W. Mitchell 
Ray 8 N., 251 W. Mitchell 
Reeves & Bro., 324 Marietta 
Roberis & Hightower, 73 Peachtree 
RobeHson. E. A & Co., 100 Peachtree 
Robinson H., col'd, Tatnall, cor Mark- 
ham 
Robinson & McCrary, 123 Whitehall 
Rogers J. C. 99 Whitehall 
Roper B., 867 Peachtree 



Sanders J. R.. Edgewood 
Scbikan J., 128 W. Mitchell 
Shannon & Simmons, 114 Whitehall 
Sheehan C, 54 Decatur 
Shepperson C. C, 72 Peachtree 
Simmons J. R., 13 and 15 8. Forsyth 
Simmons W. 8., 220 Marietta 
Simmons & Hunt, 210 Marietta 
Simms J. D. & Co., 184 McDonough 
Smith G. B., 41 Chapel, cor Tattpall 
Smith I. H., 364 Decatur 

SMITH JOSEPH, 

70 McDonough 
Smith J. D. & T. F., 65 8. Broad 
Smith J. 8., 144 Marietta 
Smythe & Perkerson. 16 W. Mitchell 
Solomon M., 19 N. Bell 
Sprekelson H., 176 Decatur 
Stanton W. H.,50 Decatur 
Stanton W. L. & Co. ,89 8. Broad and 

260 Decatar 
Stark J. H., 208 MarietU 
Stewart & Williams, 39 Peachtree 
Stokes J. W., 96 Whitehall 
Strickland S. L. ^ Bro., 51 8. Broad 
Taber 8. T., 200 Marietta 
Tate J., col'd, 220 Decatur 
Terry ^ Morris, 330 Decatur 
Thaden H., 234 W. Mitchell 
Thomas £. A., 78 Peachtree 
Thomas J., col'd, 100 Haynes 
Thompson G , 60 W. Humphries 
Tidwell R. W., 21 and 25 W. Mitchell 
Tolbert J. J., 19 Washington 
Trowbridge J., 276 Decatur 
Tumlin R., 604 Marietta 
Tweedy J. M., 124 Haynes 
Upshaw I. D., 96 S. Broad 
Vaughan M. £. Mrs., 144 Decatur 
Veal & Bradley, 508 Decatur 
Velvin & Woodley, 111 W. Peters 
Von KalcksUin A.. 197 W. Mitohe'l 
WaddeyC. 8., 52 Decatur 
Wall W. W., 298 Peachtree 
Wallace & Fenley. 104 Peachtree 
WatU A., col'd, 107 Fraser 
Webster & Lee, 116 Whitehall 
West W. H., 186 MarietU 
White W. H., 68 Peaehtree 
Wilson R. K , 248 Deeatnr 
Wibgfield J. W., 82 W Mitchell 
Woods W. 6., 105Ga. R. R 

Ouano. 

Anderson J. H. k Go., 16 Lbyd 

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Robson Bros., 8 8. Broad 
Swift John N., 63 S. Broad 

Oun and Looksmith. 

Heinx & Berkele, 15 Whitehall 
Stephens D. V., 89 S. Broad 
Wright & Powell, 2 Whitehall 

Hair Gk>ods. 

Adair M. W. Mlis, 41 Ptachtree 
Iletzel L. Miss. 48 Whitehall 
Turner & Braumaller, 80 Whitehall 

Hair .Jewelry. 
SOLOMONSON S. L., 

43 Whitehall. (Seeadr. front coTer.) 

Hardware and Cutlery. 

Alexander J. M. & Co. , 40 Whitehall 
Clarke T. M. & Co., Peachtree, ne 

cor Line • 

MoNaught & Scrutohin, 86 and 88 
Whitehall 

MOBBISON, BAIN & CO., 

10 and 12 8. Pryor 

TOMMET, STEWART & 

BECK, 2 and 4 S. Pryor. (See adr. 
p. 74.) 

Harness. 

[See Saddles and Harness] 

Hats> Caps, Etc. 
CLABKE LEWIS H , 

6 Whitehall, James* Bank Bik. (See 

adr. front eorer.) 
Holbrook J. M., 87 Whitehall 
Horsey T. M., 15 N. Pryor 
Lynch J., 3 Peachtree 

SHABMAH ft MANGUM, 

43 Peachtree. (See adT. p. 73.) 

Hides, Wax, Etc. 

Sheek & Co., 16 S. Forsyth 

Hotels. 

[See also Restaurants.] 

Adams House, 40 and 42 Decatur 
Bartow House, 50 and 52 Decatur 

BEBEON HOUSE, 

Berron & Balmer, proprs; 10 and 12 
N. Forsyth. (See adr. p. 65.) 
Campbell House, 54 and 56 Decatur 
Cannon House, 16 Ifarietta • 

KTMBAT.T. HOUSE, 

G. MoQinly & Co., proprs; ws Pry- 
or, bet Wall and Decatur 



Markham House, Loyd, opp Wall 

NATIOHAL HOTEL, 

6 and 8 Peachtree 

ELEQANT.NEW BUILDING. 

Corner Alabama and Fryor Streets, 

One square south of Passenger Depot 

Single Meals or Lcdgiags 5Cc. Tnnsieot perdaj $2 

Special Rates for longer time. 

J. L- KSITH> Proper, 

Formeriy of Air-Line Hoasc. 

Housefomishing Gtoods. 
EICHBEBO J. T., 

90 Whitehall 

HXnfNICUTT ft BELLIN- 

QRATHS, 86 and 38 Peachtree 

MoBBIDE ft CO., 

11 and 13 N. Pryor 

Ice. 

[Manufacturers.] 
.a tlanta Ice Mnfg. Co., Wall, bet Broad 

and Peachtree 
North American Ice Co., Alabama, bet 

Thompson and Forsyth 

Insurance Agents. 

[General.] 

CHESHIBE E. D., 

56 £. Wall 

DASHIELL B. S. ft CO., 

27} Whitehall 
DeSaussure C. A., 6 Whitehall 
Egleston & Tuller, 5 E. Alabama 

OAT EDWABD S., 

Southern mlbager Ins. Co. of North 
America, Pryor, ne cor Line 
Godfrey R. J., 19 B. Alabama 

HANCOCK W. H., 

7 W. Alabama 

HASKELL W. H. ft CO., 

27 to 31 Whitehall 

HUBT E. F. ft J., 

agts Liverpoool k London & Globe 
Ins. Co.,44 Marietta (See adr. p.80. ) 
King J. G., 61 S. Broad 

LOW JAMES H. ft CO., 

5 and 6 Centennial Bidg., 3} White- 
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FATTILLO W. P., 

3 S. Pryor 
Pollard T. J., 5 E. Alabama 
Raine J. S.. 14 Whitehall 

BOMABEftPEBBUE, 

35 8. Broad '^ 

THOMAS JAMES W., 

8 8. Pryor 

WALKEB ft BOTD, 

20 Whitehall. (See adv. front fly A ) 
WhtliBg W. J., 8 S. Prvor 

WMITHEK J. C, 

Centuinial Bldg. 8 W. Wall 

WHTTHEB J. C. ft SON, 

Centennial Bldg, 8 W.Wall^ 
[Lift Exclusively.] 

S. T. JENKINS, 

5 James Bank Blk, 14 Whitehall 
KirkseeyE. J.. 61 Whitehall 

McOUntE T. J., 

5 James' Bank Blk, 14 Whitehall 
Morgan J. H., 85 Marietta 

White W. H., 30 Marietta 

Insurance Companies 

[Fiye.] 

iETNA INS. CO., 

of Hartford, W. P. Pattillo, agt; 
8 S. Pryor 

AMAZON mS. CO., 

of ancinnati, W. W.tHaskell & Co., 
agU ; 27 to 31 WhitehaU 
Amerioan^Central Ins. Co.. of St. Louis, 
61 8. Broad 

AM£BICAN INS. CO., 

of Philadelphia, James H.%L9w & Co. 
agts ; 5 and 6 Centennial Building, 
3} Whitehall. (See adr. on cover.) 

BBITISH AMEBICA As- 
surance CO., of Toronto, Walker 

6 Boyd, genu agts ; 20 Whitehall. 
(See front fly A.) 

COMMEBCIAL INS. CO., 

of St. Loafs. Walker Jk Boyd, agts ; 20 
Whitehall . (See ftront fly A.) 

COMMEBCIAL UNION 

FIRE INS. CO.. of JJngUnd, J. C. 
Whitner, agt ; Centennial Building, 
8 W. Wall 
ConnecUcut Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford, 
618. Broad 



EaUITABLE FIBE INS. 

CO., of NashTllle, J. C. Whitner, 
agt ; Centennial Building, 8 W. Wall 

FANEUIL HALL INS. 

CO., of Boston, W. W. Haskell &Co., 
agU ; 27 and 31 Whitehall 
Farmville Ins. and Banking Co., of 
Virginia, 61 S. Broad 

FIBE ASSOCIATION, 

of Philadelphia, James H. Low & Co., 
gen* I an4 local agts ; 5 and 6 Cen- 
tennial Building, 8} Whitehall. (See 
ady. on eo?er.) 

FBANKLIN INS. CO., 

of Pennsylrania, W. P. Pattillo, agt ; 
8 S. Pryor 
Franklin Ins. Co., of St. Louis, 61 S. 
Broad 

OEOBGIA HOME INS. 

CO., of Columbus, Qa., W. P. Pat- 
tillo, agt ; 8 8. Pryor 
German- American Ins. Co., of New 
York, 19 E. Alabama 

OIBABD INS. CO., 

of Philadelphia, W. W. Haskell A 
Co., agts ; 27 and 31 Whitehall 

HAMBTJBO-BBEMEN 

INS. CO., of Oermaoy, W. P. Pat- 
tillo, agt ; 3 8. Pryor 

Hartford Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford, 
W. J. W haUng, gen' I agt ; 8 8. Pryor 

Hartford Fire Ins. Co.. of Conn., Egle- 
ston & Tuller, agts; 5 E.'Alabtm% 

HOME INS. CO., 

of New York, W. P. Pattillo, agt; 3 
8. Pryor 

HOME PBOTECTION 

INS. CO., of HuntSTille, Ala., J. C. 
Whitner & Son, gen'l muiagers Gi.; 
Centenni al Bldg, 8 W. Wall 

IMPEBIAL and NOBTH- 

ERN INS CO.. of London, W. H. 
Hancock, agt; 7 W. Alabama 

INSUBANCE CO. OF 

NORTH AMERICA, of PhUadelphia, 
E. 8. Gay, Southern manager; Pryor, 
ne cor Line ; Romare Jb Perdue, acts: 
358. Broad 

L ANCASHIBE FIBE INS. 

CO., of England, J. C. Whitner, agt; 
Centen nial BldgL 8 W. Wall 

LIVEBPOWL ft LONDON 

& GLOBE INS CO., E. F. & J. Hurt, 
agts; 44 Marietta. (See adr. p. 80. ) 



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made to order for $36 per dozen, at Wilson & Cb 



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London Amiramee Corporntion, Ro- 
mnre & Perdue, agts ; 85 S. Broad 
^ London & LancMhire Ini. Co., of Eag- 
-9 land, 61 8. Broad 

S MAKHATTANFISEIHS. 

W CO. , of IC. Y., J. £1. Raines, gen'l agt, 
;^ 14 Whitehall ; J. a Whitner. local 
W Agt; Centennial BIdg» 8 W. Wall 

X MOBILE infDEBWBIT- 

n ERS' INS. CO., of Mobile, J. W. 
-Q Thomai, agt; 8 S. Pryor * 

j NIAGARA INS. CO., 

»^ of N. Y. W. H. nancock, agt ; 7 W. 
te Alabama 

J NOBTH BRITISH ft 

'% MERCANTILE INa CO. , of England, 
^ W. P. PattiUo, agt; 8 S. Pryor 

S*^ Old Dominion Ine. Co., of Richmond, 
£. D. Cheshire, agt ; 56 £. Wall 

^ PHENiz nrs. CO., 

•^ of N. Y:, W. p. Pattillo, agt; 3 S. 

PH(ENiz nrs. CO., 

of Hartford, W. P. Patllllo, agt; 
p^ 8. Pryor 

u aXTEEN INS. CO 

*^ of London, W. H. Ha 

(5 ^* Alabama 

^ Richmond Fire. Asscoiation of Va., 

^ £. D. Cheshire, agt ; 66 £. Wall 

^ Royal Ins. Co., of Lirerpool, 19 £. Ala- 

" bama 

^ ST. PAUL FIBE IKS. CO., 

-*» of Minnesota, J. W. Thomas, agt; 8 
>» 8. Pryor 

*0 Scottish Commercial Ins. Co., of Glas- 
. gow, 19 E, Alabama 

S SOUTHEBN MUTUAL 

■*» INS. CO., of Alh«M, Oa., W. P. 
M PatUllo, tgf; 3 S. ^or 

2 TRADERS' FISEnrS.CIO 

SS of Chicago, J. W. Thomas, agt; 8 £ 
*^"* Pryor 

oaUNDEBWBITEBS' 

9 AGENCY, (Germania and HanoTer 
Ins. Co.'i) of New York, W. H. Han- 
cock, agt; 7 W. Alabama 

WESTCHESTER INS. CO., 

^ of New York/ Jamet H. Low k Co., 

[^ agts; 5 and 6 Centennial Building, 

8^ Whitehall. (See adr. on corer.) 



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WILLIAMSBXTBO CITY 

INS. CO., of New York, W. W. Has. 
kell & Co., agts; 27 and 31 White- 
ball 

[Fire and Marine.] 

Mississippi Valley Ins. Co , of Mem- 
phis, 61 8. Broad 

Springfield Fire and Marine Ins. Co., 
of Ma4ita^iu8<tt8, Romare & Perdue, 
agt ; S&^SS^road 

UNIONr^lIABINE AND 

FIRE INS. CO., of GahrestOQ, J. C. 
Whitner, agt ; Centennial Building, 
8 W. Wall 

[Life.] 
Alabama Gold Life Ins. Co., of Mobile, 
8. T. Jenkins, gen'l agt ; 5 James' 
BankBl'k 

BBOOKLTN LIFE INS. 

CO., of New York, T. J. McQulre, 

gen'l agt; 6 James' Bank Blk 
Columbia life Ins. Co., of St. Louis, 

J. H. Morgan, agjt; 85 MarielU 
Grangers' Life and Health Ins. Co., of 

U. 8., Wm. A. Shorter, pros; 40 

Marietta 
Life Association of America, (Georgia 

Department) J. H. Morgan, sec ; 9& 

Marietta 
Mutual Life Ins. Co., of New York, 19 

E. Alabama 

NATIONAL LIFE INS. 

CO., of U. 8. A , J. W. Thomas, agt; 

8 8. Pryor 
Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co., of 

Milwaukee, 80 MarietU 
Piedmont and Arlington Ins. Co., of 

Va., 61 W hitehall 

XTNIVEBSAL LIFE INS. 

CO., of N. Y., Walker & Boyd, agts; 
20 Whitehall. (See adv. front tiy A.) 

[Life and Accidental.] 

TBAVELEBS' LIFE AND 

AOCIDfcNTALINS.CO., of Hartford. 
W, P. PaUillo, agt ; 8 S. Pryor 

Intelligence Offices. 

Monach k Mailer, B Marietta 

Iron Kiuia&cturers. 
ATLANTA BOLLINO 

MILL CO., 492 and 494 MarieUa. 
(See ad?, back paster.) 



PARTLY FINISHED Shirts, open back. 4-ply Boaoms and CuflBi, 
made to measure for $15 per dosen by WILSON & CREEKMtR. 



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Iron Works. 
ATLANTA BOLLINO 

MILL CO., 492 and 494 Marietta. 
(See odr. back paster.) 

Jewelers. 

[Maanftusturing.] 
(See alfo Watohe^, Cloeki and Jewelry. ) 

BABNABD ft BBOS., , 

4 Marietta ^ 

FABKINGTON P. A., 

10 P Aa ehtree. (See adv. p. 75.) 

EVEBETTA. B.. 

6 Ma rietta. (See adv. front paster.) 

LAWSHE EB, 

47 Whitehall 

SOLOKONSON S. L, 

iSWhltekaU. (BeeadT. front cover.) 

STEVENS X Pm 

28 Whitehall 
Pharr B Y. , 10 M arietta 

PLUMMEB E. T.. 

17 Whitehall 

Jewelry. 

u [Wholeeale.] 

SHUTTLES ft SONS., 

8| MarietU 

THOMPSON ISAAC P., 

155 W. Pet^ 

Jnidc Dealers. 

Elsas k Adler, 95 S. Pryor 
Hirsohberg J & Co., 12 E. Mitchell 
Linch H. & Co., 180 Marietta 
Payne R. &., 77 8. Pnror 

STEINSEIMSB E., 

agt. 91 8. BRMd 

Justices of the Pea;oe. 

Butts W. M.. 18 Whitehall 

GA^OrOTON A. C, 

Waters R. 8., 43 Peaohtree 

Lamps, Oils, Etc 

McBrida k Co.. 11 N. P^or 

BIPLEY T. B. 

87 WhiUball 

Laths, Shingles, Etc. 

Bell W. 8., 2(| Uap 

HALLL.fi. ft CO., 

224 Marietta. (See adr. p. 858.) 



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LONGLET ftBOBINSON, 

18 Loyd 

TBATNHAM ft CO., 

68 and 70 Deeatnr. (See adv. p. 72.) 

WILSON W. S. ft BBO.. 

25 N. Broad. (See adv. opp. title.) 

Lawyers. 

AbboU & Rendrick, 63 Whitehnll 

ANGIEB E. A.> 

16 WbitehaU 
Arnold & Arnold. 8 8. Broad 
Baird John B.,38 Marietta 
Banks J., 6 Whitehall 
Bates A., 40 MarietU 

BELL MA&Clhl A 

1 Centennial Bldg 
Bell Margenini A., 16 Whitehall 
BeU M., 4 MarietU 
Black T. F., 6 1 R. A Ubama 

BBOWN JVLXVa Li 

24 8. Broad 
Brown W. B., 1 Peaohtree 
Broylee E.^ N., 3 » Pipe4 {. 

BEAT WKiUMBlr H , 

21 MarietU 
Calhoun J. T., 88 & A^UB% 
Calhoun W. L., 88 IB. AJMbama 
Camp O. K., 88 8. Broad 
Candler & ThonpeoB, 18 S. Wall 
Clarke John H.. 24U Brte.1 

CLABKE1I.7,, 

28 £. Alatemit ' 
CoUier'ft CeUier. 57 WJdUh|il 

Coniey & BiuwAMWSUm 's I 

Crawford a P., 21 UtsMkM. 

Culberwm A &, 611. AMmmh . 

Cunningham J. Hl, ^MVtMilBmm^ 

Darnell & A., 

deOrafliNiried 

EllieF. E.,6 

Ellis W.D.,0 

Ezxard W., 

Parr»w%£. 

Finlay T., zl 

Fry k King. 1 

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Graham J. M.. 2 S. Prjor 
Grcen^G. ft.,^^- Br—d 
HammoDd A. W. & Son, 54 Whitehall 
Hammood D. F. & W. R., 23 Whitehall 
Harrison Z. D. & A. S. Clayton, State 

House 
Hill B. H. & Son, 18 £. Wall 
Hill D. P., 6 £. Alabama 

HILLTER ft BBO., 

10 W. Alabama 
Hoge E. P., 6 Whitehall 
Hopkins & Glenn, 4 Mnrietta 
Howell G A., 80 Kimball House 

HULSET & HULSET. 

28 Marietta 
Jackson & Lumpkin, 40 Marietta 
Jeffries R. S, 28 Whitehall 
Jones J. G., 6 £. Alabama 
Jones J. H.. 26 Kimball Houie Bik, 

Wall, cor Pry or 
Jones Otis. 29 Whitehall 
Lochrane 0. A., 2 S. Pryor 
McAfee J. M., 37 S. Broad 
McCay & Trippe, 18 E. Wall 
McConnell & Heyward, 63 Whitehall 
Marks G. M.. 4 Marietta 

MILLEDGE JOHK, 

2 S. Pryor 
Moon & McDowell, 6^ Whitehall 
Moyers W. T.. 6 Whitehall 
Mynatt P. JL, 24 and 26 Kimball 

House Blk, WalU cor Pryor 
Newman W. T., 8 S. Broad 

PENBLETON J. T., 

62 Whitehall 

BEBWINE J. B., 

14 Whitehall 
Reinhardt & Hooks, 1 Peach tree 
RoehE. G., 2S. Pryor 

SHOETEB W. Am 

6 Grant Building, 40 Marietta 
Smith C. W., 43^ Peachtree 
Smith Hoke, 6 Whitehall 
Spann G. G., 5 Kimball House 
Spencer L. B. 2rWliitehaU 
Thornton M. £.. 4 Walton 
Thomas G. S, 20 Decatur 
Trippe W.T., 18 Wall 
Van Epps H., 8 S. Broad 
Weils., 6 Whitehall 

WESTMOBELAND T. P., 

62 Whitehall 
Wimpy J. Avr2 S. Pryor 
Winn L. J./6 Whitehall 
WootenG. P., 1 Peachtree 



Word E. M. , 18 WaU 
Wright H. P.. 16 Whitehall 
Zimmerman G,P. 18 Whitehall 

Leather and Findings. 

Cox John W., 87 Peachtree 
Nolan & Doty, 67 WhUehall 
Prioe G. W. 86 Peachtree 



, Plaster and Ce nent. 
EISWALD T. Ov 

22 8. Forsyth, and Dec:ttnr, cor Loyd 
Ladd A. C. 9 8. Broad 

SCIPLE & SONS; 

69 Decatur 
Wilson T. T., 66 £. AlabAmt 

Linen. 
WM. EESKINE ft CO., 

Importws and Jobbers of 

IRISH AND SeOTCH LINEN. 

Table Cloths, Plain Linen, Napkins, 
Shirt Fronts, Linen Thread, 

— ALSO— 

Table Oil Oloths, Etc- 

36 Whitehall St. 

Liquors. 

[Wholesale.] 

CLATTOir ft WEBB» 

73 Whitehall, and 84 Broad 
Cohen L. & Co., 23 R Alabama 
Cox, Hill & Thompson, 29 Peachtree 
HillJohn M., 16 Decatur 
Mayer, Son & Co., 62 Whitehall ^ 
Potts F. M., 19 £. Alabama 
Rich W., 81 £. Alabama 

CABKOLL, 0. a> 

44 8. Pryor. (See adr. p. 120.) 
Folsom L. B.. 19 6. Broad 
Jones Paul, 27 K Alabama 
Jones & Co., 20 Maiietts 
Lewin A. M. & Co., 49 Peachtree 
LoTOJoy £. B., 66 Peachtree 
MihaloTitch L., 26 Decatur 
Nelly & Maher, 4 £. Wall 

Litliographers. 

Christopher & Budden, 87B Brosd 

Livery Stables. 

[See Stables.] 

TATLOS CLINT, 

54 and 66 8. Pryor. (See adr. p. 79. ) 



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made to order for $18 per dozen, 



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Ztonlber. 

[MannJk e thi'm cab Dealara.] 

A8SLET 1K^€^ * W.i ^ 

88 8. Broad. (See adr. p. 72 1 
BeU W. 8., 26 Lla« 

HALL L. Hi k 00.. 

Riot ft MllelMa, 80 <if«bb ^ 

TRATHB^ftm, 

66 to 7QT>iliitir. (Sit «iv. f^%2.) 

WILSOH W. S. ft BBO., 

2» N. BvoMl. (M idr. opp tflte.) 

L&nsliIBMUBlL 

Bell T. T., 494 MarletU 
OMp«r Hm ^a^^cileM^MiU^. 
HfiiteMii A., 6ord;l0r»Site 
Ui|ditbir«r 8., ool'd, 816 Doeaior 
HoUUHP<wort h^., ool*d, 54 Deestbr 

KEMtn F. J,, 

7 B. AlateM. (Ste adt. p. 858.) 
McColloofh E.,«d*d, ws Peters, bet 

Hf ynw Md MaajniB 
Mottt N.. eoPd, 1].%. Mitchell 
NixT.,oord, SW.MU^Il 
Thomai J., ooPd, 21 Irj 
ThTMhCUMTd, 7 ffj 

TOmiBT. STBWABT ft 

BECK, 2 and 4 8: Pryor. (See adr. 
p. 74.) 

Msfrhlfiit SkoM. 
ATLAHTA XAdXniB 

WORKS, Porter k DtTi», proprir 95 
Oa R. R., eariUDg. fSee4dt.> 78.) 
Middlotea ft Bfft.*i60il.BrMd 

NOBLE ft eoTcmD. 

i wrnmui. (See adV; p. 6 8.> 

soTrnEom AasiovL- 

TUBAL WORK&R. HaiiMHi, propr, 
874 Harietti^ (Siee ad?, p. 74.) 
VanWinkto SU IS nnttidry 

wnrniip * BBO., 

[Hmifactareri^] 

ASHUTWd^ftdO., 

88 S. Broad. (See adr. p. 72.] 



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[S«e Commercial Agencies.] 

Merchant Tailors. 

[See also Tailors— Merchant.] 

DTEEMAN H. K, 

27 Whitehall. (See adr. front cot- 

EISEMAN BBOS , 

55 WhiUhall 
Hirsoh M. & J., 3 and 56 Whitehall 

JONES J. O, 

1 E. A labama 

LTNCH JEBBT, 

8 Whitehall, and 8 Peachlree 

SATZKT AHTON, 

4 Peaohtree 

Milliners and Millinery 
Ooods. 

Uolrojr S. Miss, HE. Alabama 
Kennedy Mary Miss, 57 Whitehall 
McCormick A. Mrs., 31 Whitehall 
McDowell M. B. Miss, 40 Whitehall 
Morris k Ljon Mesdames, 60 White- 

hall 
O'Connor £. P. Mr.'.. 48 Whitehall 
O'Connor Kate Mrs., 87 Whitehall 
Piokert A. F. Mrs., 45 WhiUhaU 
Wright C. A. Mrs., 61 Whitehall 

Millinery Ooods. 
FBANKLIN M., 

12 Decatur 
Patterson W. H., 2 S. Pryor 
Robinson J. M., 8 Decatur 

anils. 

[Wheat and Corn.] 

AEEBS ft BBOS., 

office, 18 S. Broad 
Cheek, Whitlock k Co., office 26 E. 

Alabama 
City Mills, B. R., cor Bartow 
Datia J. C , R. R., bet Foundry and 

Cain 
Jones D. 0. & Co., 47 8. Forsyth 
Lewis H., Hunter, aw cor Thompson 

MOOBE, SIMS ft CO , 

185 MarieUa 
Morris & Bro., 40 Peaohtree 
Reed & Brumby, McDonough rd 



Millwrights and Mill Fur- 
nishers. 

BBEHSEBWi 

78 E. Alabama 
Howell J . R.. 1 8 S. Broad 

WnrSHIF ft BBO., 

Foundry,, cor W. & A. B. R 

Moldings, Vewels and 
Stairwork. 

ASHLEY W. G. ft C0.» 

88 8. Broad . (Sea adr. p. 72.) 

PATTEBSON J. L., 

175 & Forsyth 

Moldings and Cornices. 
TBIMBLE J. L. ft CO., 

(up st&irs) 80 Whitehall 

WATEBS W. T., 

46 and 48 Whitehall. (See adr. p. 
75.) ^ 

Music and Musical Mer- 
chandise. 

Guilford G. P., 52 Whitehall 

PHILLIPS ft CBEW, 

8 and 10 Mariatu 

BICHABDS J. J. ft S. P., 

11 E.Alabama 
Turner & BranmuUer, 30 Whitehall 

Music Teachers. # 

[See also Teachers.] 
Sohultze E. A., 67 Whitehall . 
Spahr Otto, 92 S. Pryor 

Kewi Depots. 
BEEBMAVN ft SUHBT, 

Kimball Housa 
KimballJ. W., Post Office 

LTNCH ft THOBNTON, 

5 Whitehall. (Set adv. p. 68.) 
PhiUipsl;Crer, Sand 10 MarietU 

Newspapers and Periodi- 
, cals. 

Atlanta Medical and Surgical Joarnal, 

82 S. Broad 
Atlanta RepnUiean, ^ B. Hanter 

BOTS AND 0IBL8 OF 

THE SOUTH. 24 8. Broad. (See 
adr. opp. p. 17.) _ 

CHBISTIAN INDEX, 

27 S. Broad 



FOR tHIRTSf ^Mt MusUn and Linen, shield or squart Baapa, opan ftiwt 
or back, and'saUafiMtory Hi, go to Wiisox & CumtiitrK. 25 Whitehall. 



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GEOBOIA ENTlikPBISE, 

5 James' Bank Block. (See adr. 
p. 79.) 

OEOBGIA OBANOE, 

27 and 29 S. Broad 

HOMEWABD STAB, 

27 and 29 8. Broad 

HXnSTBATED WEEK- 
LY (Southern Branch Office), 56 
Whitehall 

Kfet hodist Ad rocate, 110 Whitehall 

SOUTHEBN MEDICAL 

RECORD, 27 and 29 a Broad 

SOUTHEBN BEAL ES 

TATE GAZETTE, 88 Marietta 

SXTNNT SOUTH, 

24 8 . Broad. (See adr. opp. p. 16.) 

THE DAILY CONSTITU- 
TION, 84 8. Broad. <8ea adv. p.77.) 

Notaries Public. 

Oarlington A. C, 21 Marietta 
Milledge John, 2 S. Pryor 
Wright H. P., 16 Whitehall 

Notions. 

[See F*ncy Ooods and Notions.] 

Nurseries. 

[See also Florists.] 

ATLANTA NUBSEBIES, 

M. Cole & Co., proprs ; McDoaough 
rd. Office 2 Whitehall. (See adr. 
front fly B. 

CENTBAL NUBSEBY, 

A. Lambert, propr: Fair, se cor Wood 

OcuMsts and Anrists. 
GUBLEYJ.W.Dr, 

33 Whitehall. (See adr. p. 73.) 

Oils. 

[Railway.] 

BUCKEYE OIL WOBKS, 

of Cincinnati, Amos Fox, agt; 6 £. 
Alabama, warehouse R R. , cor For- 
syth 

Opticians. 
BABNA9D ft BBOS.. 

4 MarieiU 

SOLpMONSON S. L.. 

43Whiieli.ll. (Sm adr. front ooTer.) 



Oysters, |ish and Omm. 
DAT8.W., 

James* Bank Blk, front R. B 
Emery H. F., Wall, ne oor Paaohtree 

OV£ILL J., 

Peaohtree, oor Forsyth, and 62 De- 
catur. (See adv. p^ 76.) 

WingA.J.,10Peaehtree 

Woodward & Prince, Wall, nw oor 
Peschtree 

Painters 

[House, Sign and Omamenial.j 

BBADBUBY W. 8., 

21^ £. Alabama. (See adr. p. 75.) 
Daniels & Reinhardt, 6 N. Broad 
Garrison W. W., 8 Marietta 
Holloway D. F., 9 E. Hanter 
McKinley N., 82 Marietta 
Paris J. A., 102 WhitehaU 



t, Oils, Etc. 

Calder W., 49 and 51 S. Pryor 
Duck & Co., 25 £. Alabama 

Paper Bagff. 

[Manufacturers.] 

ELSAS, MAY ft CO., 

97 to 101 S. Pryor 

P^per Dealers. 

[Wholesale.] 

Elsas, May & Co., 97 to 101 S. Pryor 
Ormond J., 48 S. Broad 
Wellhouse & Son, 87 S. Broad 

Paper Mills. 

Atlanta Paper Mills, oflSce 43 S. Broad 
Sujcar Creek Paper Mills, office 86 
Whitehall 

Paper Box Manufieustorers. 
BUBKE ft HANCOCK, 

26 £. Alabama 

Patent Medidnes. 

Calhoun Pills and Bitters, Noble C. 
Williams, propr; 50 Peaoh tree 

SIMMONS' UVEB MED- 

ICINE, Dr. M. A. Simmons, propr; 
luka, Miss. (See adr. opp. p. 298.) 

Photographers* 

Dill C. W., 26 Peachtre© 
Drummond G. C, 42 Whitahall 
Gardner M. M., 82 Marietta 





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Lnnqaest & Scarr«'t. 83} Whitehall 
Motes G. W., 32 Whitehall 
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48 Whitehall. (See aJv. p. 75.) 

Physicians and Surgeons. 

^ Akers F. P. H.» 49 Peachtree 
•§ Alexander J. F., 25 Peachtree 

SAllensworth J. C, AUb\ra\. nw cor 
Pryor 
iH Alley A. R., 14 Whitehall 

. Armstrong W. S., 64 Whitehall 
9 Baber J. M., 158 Thompson 
m Baird J. B., 63 Whitehall 
IN Biggers & Aatin, 31 N. Broad 

Boland K. II., Alabama, nw or Pryor 
Boring J. M , 61 S. Forsyth 
Boyd Charles. 49 Peachtree 
Bragg S., 1 line, cor Peachtree 
Calhoun A. W., 38 S. Broad 
. Coe W. H., 20 Decatur 
•g^ Connally E. L„ 26 Whitch ill 
2^ Drake &Riins, 1 Line, cor Peachtree 

Durham W. W., 60 Peachtree 
fi Ford F. C, 154 N. Calhoun 
. Ford Oscar, 10 W. Alabama 

■^ GABDNEB GRAFTON W. 

^ 166 W. Peters 

PQ Goldsmith W.T., 49 Peachtree 
• Goodman J., 272 Marietta 

^A Handy G. W., Alabama, nw cor Pryor 

'^ Heery D. O. C, 62 Whitehall 
C] Hendree J., 62 Whitehall 
5 Johnson J. T.. 25 Whitehall 

.2 Judson W. W., 92 McDonougb 

8 King F, 26 Whitehall 
Knott J. J., 3 W. Wall 
Lee H.B., 14 Whitehall 
Logan J. P.. 20 Line 

LOVE WM. ABBAM, 

6 Centennial Building, 3^ Whitehall 
Low J. Hm 25 Peachtree 

M Mcintosh t. m.. 

QQ Marietta, nw cor Fairlie 

OB MABVIN GEOROE W., 

•pari 7 and 8 Centennial Building, 3^ 
45) Whitehall 

^^MiUer & Johnson, 10 W. Alabama 
^^'Moore W. C, 85 Marietta 
Nutting C. W., 37 S. Broad 
Orme F. H., 18 N. Broad 
Owen W. G.. 14 Whitehall 







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Park, W.T.. I Marietta 
Piuckney C, 25 Peachtree 
Pinson A. J., 168 W. Peters 
Powell F. T., 66 Peachtree 
Powell T. 8., 82 S. Pryor 
Rauschenberg C. 63 Whitehall ^ 

Ray £. S., Marietta, sw cor Broad 
Ridley R. B., 14 Whitehall 
Roach E. J.. 149 Whitehall 
Roy G. G., 1 Peachtree 
Russell John, 48 S. Broad 
Salter S. F., 64 8. Broad 
Simpson C. A., State Honse 
Sterling W. L.. 181 Marietta 
Taber F. F., 82 Decatnr 
Taliaferro V. II., 71 Whitehall 
Thompson W. R. D., rear 234 Decatur 
Todd J. S.. 80 Marielte 
White J. H. Jr.. 9 W. Garnelt 
Wilson H. L., 80 Marietta 

WILSON J. staivbace; 

13 Loyd, opp Markham House 
Willson J. S., 77 Peachtree 
Westmoreland H., 7 W. Mitchell 
Westmoreland J. G. & R. W., 6 J White- 
hall 

WESTMOBELAND W. F., 

Marietta, nw cor F|iirlie 
Williams J. W. , 38 8. Broad . 
Word R. C, 27 E. Honter 
Wylly King, 13 E. Alabama 

Pianos and Organs. 
GUILFOBD G. P., 

62 Whitehall 

PHILLIPS/ GBEW & 

FREYER. 10 Marietta 
Turner & Braumuller, 80 Whitehall 

PictTpres and Frames. 
HONEA W. B., 

10 W. Hunter 
Rhodes A. G., 50 Barlow 

TBIMBLE J. L. & CO., 

(up etairs) 30 Whitehall 

WATEBS W. T., 

46 & 48 Whitehall. (See adv 

Planing MiUs. 

Bo wen J. C, 175 8. Forsyth 

HALL L. H. & CO., 

224 Marietta. (See adr. p. 

LONGLET & BOBINSON 

18 N. Loyd 
Murphy A., Hunter, sw cor Forsyth 



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TBATNHAU & CO., 

66 to 70 Decatur. (See adv. p. 72. ) 

Plasterers. 
THBOWEB JAMES 0., 

32 Kimball House. (See head of 
each letter.) 

*Plate, Engraving and 

Printing. 
STEVENS J. P., 

38 Whitehall 

Plows. 

[Manufacturers.] 

SOTTTHEBN AGB'L WKS 

E. Haiman, propr; 374 to 380 Mari- 
etta. (See adv. p. 74.) 

Plow^SlabB. 

[ManufacTnprs.] 

ATLANTA BOLLING 

MILL CO., 492 and 494 Marietta. 
(See adr. back paster.) 

Plumbers and Gas Fitters. 

tSee also Gas and Steam Fitters.] 
CHBEBG J. T., 

90 Whitehall 
Franklin H., 74 Bro ad 

HUNNICTTTT ft BELLIN- 

GRATHS, 86 and 88 Peachtree 
Wariick J. & Sons, 61 Peachtree ' 

Pork Packers. 
SAWTELL H. C, 

108 Whitehall. (See adr. p. 70.) 
Williams J. J. & Co., 17 and 19 S. For- 
syth 

Powder Agents. 

Lingston & Crane, agts Orange Mills, 
46 and 48 £. Alabama 

TOMMET, STEWABT ft 

BECK, 2 and 4 S. Pryor. (See adr. 
p. 74.) 

Pointers. 

[Boo!«. and Job.] 
Bergstr om & Co., 2 7 E. Hunter 

coNSTrnrrioN pub- 

IFSHING Co., 84 S. Broad. (See 

adr. p. 78.) 
Dickson H. H., 32S. Broad 
Dodson & Scott, 38 S. Broad 



HABBISONJ. P.ftCO.. 

27 S. Broad. (See adr. opp. p. 176 ) 
Matthews B. N. &Co., 47 Whitehall 
Reynolds T. S., 19 ^ Alabama 

SEALS JOHN H., 

24 S. Broad (See adr. opp. p. 16 ) 

SISSONV.P.ftCO., 

26 S. Broad. (See adr. opp. p. 306. ) 

WniHAM E. L., 

10 Marietta 

Produce and Commission. 

Adair & Bro.,27 W. Alabama 
Barnes J. J., 49 E. Alabama 
Camp W. H., 35 W. Mitchell 
Campbell A. A.. 7 and 13 Marietta 
Cox H. T. & Co , 9 S Forsyth 
Flowers M. L. & Co., 28 Peachtree 
Garrett & Bro., 50 and 62 E. Alabama 
Griffin R. J., 60 Decatur 
Hambright H. H., 89 Whitehall 

McGAUGHET BBOS., 

86 S. Broad 

PENDLETONS ft LAMP- 

KIN, 29 W. Alabama 

SHABP ft McBANIEL, 

117 Whitehall 

SHBOPSHIBE ft CO , 

12 W. Mitchell 
Simons k Lee, 85 S. Broad 
Stokes W. F. & Co., 17 £. Alabama 
Williams W. M„ 8 8. Pryor 

Publishers. 
HABBISON J. P. ft CO., 

27 8. jroad. (See adr. opp. p. 176.) 

JONES BBOS. ft CO., 

J. T. Porter, manager; 7 and 9 Ma- 
rietta 

NATIONAL PUBLISH- 
ING CO., J. T. Porter, manager ; 7 
and 9 Marietta 

SEALS JOHN H., 

24 S. Broad. (See adr. opp. p. 16.) 



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and strangers. 



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Bishop & Co., 12 W. Alabama 

Pumps and Pipes. 

Ilunaicutt & BelliDgratbs, 36 and 88 

Peaohtreo 
Nichols J. C & Bro., 6 Loyd 

Bailings>~Iron. 
I> JUDSON D. K., 

^ Lojd, ee cor Alabama 

Railroad Agents. 
APPLEB D. W.> 

m gen'l Western ajt C. R. R. of Ga., 
'S 8, S. Prjor 

f Railroad Companies. 
ATLANTA & CHAB- 

H LOTTii AIR-LINE RY. CO., 66 E. 

S Wall. (See adr. back ooTcr and 

S^ back of title.) 

Atlanta & West Toiat R. B , office 32 
'S I*oyd 

A Central R. R. of Oa., 95 W. Mitchell. 
^ Information Rkfused. 

Q Qeor^a R. R., 32 Loyd 

S MEMPHIS & CHARLES- 
TON B. R., A. B. Wrena, gen'l trar. 
agt; 82 £. Wall. (See side lines.) 

MEMPHIS ft UTTLE 

ROCK RY, M. S. Jay, gen'l pass, 
and ticket agt. Little Bock, Ark. 
^ (See index to adr.) 

pq WESTERN ft ATLANTIC 

>R. R., office R. R. junction, opp 
Forsyth. (See bottom lines.) 

[Street.] 

Atlanta Street Railroad, office 47 Line 

Bailroad Ticket Agents. 

MoGill T., 82 E. Wall 

Mann R. D., 4 Kimball House, Pryor 

Bailroad Spikes. 

^^ [Manafacturen.] 

^ ATLANTA BOLLINO 

HMILL CO., 492 and 494 Manetta. 
^ (See adr. back paster.) 

is Bailroad and Bar Iron. 
ATLANTA BOLLING 

MILL CO., 492 and 494 Marittta. 
(See adr. back paster.) . 






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Beal Estate. 

[Agents, Broken and Dealers] 
AJair 0. W., « B. Wall 
Alslon v., 1 P«kchtree 
Ad81«7 J. A., 1 PMohtree 

BELL MABCXrS A. ft SON, 

1 Centennial Bldg, 6 Whitehall. (See 

ad?, p. 80.) 
Clarke W. H.,.9 W. Alabama 
Fowler N. R., 9 W. Alabama 

FBIEBSON, ELLIS ft CO., 

83 Marietta 
Goldsmith T., 1 Peachtree 
Hammock C. C. 20 Whitehall 

HUBTE. F. ftJ., 

44 Marietta. (See adv. p. 80.)' 
Jones Otis, 29 Whitehall 
Robin son J. , 6 £. Alabama 

WINTEB C. W. ft CO., 

66 E. Wall 

Bectifiers. 

Cox, Hill & Thompson, 29 Peachtree 
Rich William, 81 £. Alabam% 

Bestaurants. " 

[See also Hotels.] 

Ballard k Freeman, Union Depot 
Bartow Hotise, 50 and 52 Decatur 
Calhoun M., bol'd, 28 Deoatur 
Hedge & Martin, 16 Whitehall ' 

PAUSE BOBEBT, 

14 Marietta 
Pease 0. L., 13 £. Alabama 

THOMPSON'S BESTAir- 

'RANT, front R. R., James' Bank 
Block. (Seeadr. p. 76.) 

[Ladies.] ■ 

THOMPSON'S LADIES' 

CAFE, 4 Whitehall. (See adv. p. 

Boiling MUls. 
ATLANTA BOLLINO 

MILL CO., William Qoodnow, gen'l 
manager; 492 and 494 Marietta. 
(See ad 7. back paster.) 

Boofers. 

Smith 0. A., 15 N. Forsyth 

Boof Lights. 

[Hyatt's Patent.] 

WILKINS, POST ft CO., 

40 Marietta. (See adv. p. 28.) 



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Boofis. 

[Wraaght Iron.] 

WILKINS, POST ft CO., 

40 MarietU. (8«« adr. p. 28.) 

Saddles and Harness. 

Da?i8 S. H. 30 Peachtree 
Maxwell J. R , 47 S. Broad 

MILLEB D. S., 

80 Whitehall 
Morgan D., 96 Whitehall 
Parramore M. E , 22 \¥. Alabama 
Rogers 0. C, 27 Marietf* 

Saloons. 
ALHAMBBA SALOON, 

9 Deestur 

Bangert C, 66 £. Harris 
Bender W., 48 and 50 W. Hunter 

BEBBON ft BALMEB, 

10 and 12 N. Forsyth. (See adr. p. 
66.) 

Big Bonanza, 5 Decatur 
Breitenbucher P., 12 and 14 Whitehall 
Broad J., 76 S. Broad, cor Hunter 
Burke T., 123 Decatur 

CABSOII.O.C.. 

44 8. Pryor. (Seeadr. p. 120.) 
CarroU P., 33 Marietta 

DIXIE SALOON, 

F. Richter, propr ; 8 E. Hunter 
Domini J., 19 Whitehall 
Doonan F., 120 Marietta 
Downing J. M., 236 Decatur 
FechterE..427W. Peters 
Gershon A., 84 Decatur 
Orady T. F., 63 £. Alabama 
Griffin J.' L, 97 Whitehall 
OuillA.,225W. Peters 
Hampton P., 37 Marietta 
Hentaohel G., 61 £. Alabama 
Hunter & South, 462 Marietta 
Jett A. W., 18 Peachtree 
JeU J. B , 212 Marietta 
Jentzen J. H., 131 Whitehall 

KABWISCH H., 

91 and 93 Decatur 
Kelley J. .Wall, cor Pryor 

KENNY P. J., 

7 £. Alabama. (See adv. p 358 ) 
Kile W. C, 45 S. Broad 
LofUs J. A., as Marietta rd, nr May- 

son's Ferry rd 
Loyall & Lowe, 8 Peach t^ree 
Mabra M. J., 91 Ga. R. R 



Maher M. £., 11 W. Mitchell 
Markham House, Loyd, opp Wall 
Mason & Weaver, 204 Marietta 
Meister P. A. B., 40 Deoatur 
Nelly & Maher, 4 E. Wall 
Parfis A. S., col'd, 6 Ivy 

PAUSE BOBEBT, 

14 Marietta 
Peel John, 10 S. Broad 
Pool W. H., 4 Loyd 
RandT. E., 56 Decatur 
Ryan & Connor, 3S E. Alabama 

STAPLEB B. F., 

. 16 Marietta 

Stewart G. B., 165 W. Peters 
TillerJ., 94 W.Peters 
Trimble P. M., 23 W. Mitchell 
Turner & Bos worth, 14 Peachtree 
Weaver J. M., 142 Marietta 
Weinmeister C. J.. 22 MarietU 
Werner H., 359 W. Peters 
Williams H., 16 W. Alabama 

YOUNG E. C. CAPT., 

18 Whitehall. (See adv. p. 70 ) 

Schools and Academies. 

[Private] 

Atlanta University, W. Hunter, nr Vine 
Ballard J. W. Mrs., 62 Ivy 
Bethel Church Conference Schoo1,cord, 
Fort, oor Oiin 

CONVENT OF THE Im- 
maculate CONCEPTION, ea 
Loyd, bet Hunter and Mitchell. (See 
adv. p. 66,) 

Loyd St. School, £oi;d, William H. 

- Croyman, prio ; Loyd, nw cor Hun- 
ter 

McCkndless F. A. Mrs., 67 E. Mitchell 

BICHABDSON JAS. A., 

21 N. Pryor, nr Line. (See adv. 
p. 70.) 
Skinner C. and M. Misses, 41 Crew 

Seeds. 

[Wholesale and ReUil.] 
Anderson J. H. ACo., 16 Loyd 

COLE M. <& CO., 

2 Whitehall. (See adv. opp. title). 
Echols S. A., 21 S. Broad 

JOHNSON MABKW., 

32 and 34 W. Alabama. (See adr. 
p. 72.) 

WILSON J. BEN ft CO., 

61 and 63 S. Broad 






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Sewing Machine and 
Agents. 

Domestic Sewing Machines, 31 Peach- 
tree 

Home Sliuttle. Glorer & Lawrence, 
a^tfl; 59^ S. Broad 

HOWE MACHINE CO.— 

THE, A. M. B. Graham, mngr; 41 
S. Broad 

REMINGTON SEWING 

MACHINES, R. M. Mitchell & Co., 
gen'l Ag;ents; 81 Marietta 
Singer Mnfg Co., G. AT. Leonard, agt : 
Broad, ne cor Alabama 

WHEELER & WILSON 

MNFG CO., J. E. Purslej, gen'l agf; 
58 Whitehall 

[Repairers and Dealers.] 

HUTCHISON W. T., 

26 Peach tice 

Sheet Iron Workers. 
NOBLE & GIFFORD, 

199 Marietta. (See ady. p. 68.) 

Shirt Manufacturers. 
SHROPSHIRE'S SHIRT 

! FACTORY, 45 Peachtree. (See adr. 
front palter.) 

WILSON & CREEKMUR, 

25 Whitehall. (See adr. p 64.) 

Show Cases. 

[Manufacturers.] 

SAFFORD H. P., JR., 

102 Whitehall 

Silver and Plated Ware. 
EVERETT A. R., 

6 Marietta. (See adv. front paster. ) 

LAWSHE EB, 

47 WhitebkU 

MILLER 6. H. & CO., 

16 8. Pryor. (See adr. p. 76.) 

SOLOMONSON S. L., 

43 Whitehall. (See adv. frouteoTer.) 

Soap Manufkcturers 

Hitchcock S. C, 41 S. Prjor 

Spices, Etc. 
GREAT SOUTHERN TEA 

CO., 78 Whitehall 
Potter, Campbell & Co., 105 S. Pryor 



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Stables. 

[Board and Sale.] 
Green R., coVd, 16 8. Bro ad 

TAYLOR CLINT., 

64 and 66 S. Pryor 

[Livery and Sale.] 
Jones 0. H., 49 to 57 S. Loyd 

REDD J. F., 

24 W. Alabama 

TAYLOR CLINT, 

64 and 66 S. Pryor. (See adr. p. 79.) 

Stationers. . 
BURKE ft HANCOCK, 

26 E. Alabama 

LYNCH ft THORNTON, 

. 6 Whitehall. (See adT. p. 68.) 

PHILLIPS ft CREW, 

3 and 10 Marietta 

RICHARDS J. J. ft S. P.. 

11 E Alabama 

Steam Engines. 

« [Manufacturers. 

PORTER ft DAVIS. 

95 Ga. R. R., cor King. (See adT. 
p. 73.) 

SteamTij^ters, 

[See Ga9 and Steam Fitters.] 

Stereoscopes and Views. 
WATERS W. T., 

48 Whiteha!1.1 (See adr. ^.^lo.) 

Stock Yards land Dealers. 

Jones* & Beatie. ss Gi. R. R , bet Bell 

and Fort 
Taylor, Muse & Beall, C. R R., bet 

Mitchell and Nelson 

Stoves and Tinware. 
EICHBERG J. T., 

90 Whitehall 
Franklin H., 74 S. Broad 

HUNNICUTT ft BELLIN- 

GRATHS, 86 and 38 Peaehtree 
Stewart, Wood & Fain, 69 Whitehall 
Warlick J. & Sons, 61 atid 03 Peachtree 

Surgical Institutes. 

National Surgical Institute, Alabami, 
nw cor Pryor 



O^STOM MADE SHIRTS, finished and partly tnliA- 
\y ed, from $16 to $36 per doz., at WILSON & CREEKMUR'S, 25 Wl^itehall. 



s CID^T M 199 CoxnpaniM ONLY Bepresented 'oy JAXfiS E. LOW 
rlllO I vLflaO ft CO., hsvanoe Agents, '3 1-a Whitehall 



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Tailors— Merchant 
DYEEMAMH.E., 

27 Whitehall (Sea adr. front cover. ) 

EISEMAN BROS., 

62 Whitehall 
Hirsch M. & J., 3 and 60 Whitehall 
Jones J. G., 1 E. Alabama 

LYNCH JERRY, 

8 Whittliall and 8 Peachtree 

SATZKTANTOlf, 

4 Peachtree 

Tailors and Repairers. 

Bain D., 36 S. Pryor 
Carroll M.O., 10 Wall 
Champe T. C, 20 N. Broad 
Finch W., oord, 13 Whitehall 
Marcus & Cohen, 16 Peachtree 
0' Donnelly John, 9 £. Hunter 
Pinckney J. M., 43 Peachtree 
Roe A. E., 4 E. Alabama 
Tischmann A., 19 Whitehall 

Tea Dealers. - 
GREAT SOUTHERN 

TEA CO., 78 Whitehall 

Telegraph Companies, 

Western Union Telegraph Co., J. Her 
rick, manager; 8 Wall 

Terra Cotta Works. 

Pelligrini & Castleberry, 178 Chapel 

Tiling. 

[Hyatt's Patent.] 

WILKINS, POST ft CO., 

40 Marietta. (See adr. p. 28.) 

Tinners. 

Hall J. W., 288 W. Peters 
Hart R. W.. 9 £. Hunter 
Trautwein W., 22 W. Mitchell 

Transfers. 

Ballard & Freeman, Union Depot 

Trunks, Valises, ftc, 
CLARKE LEWIS H., 

6 Whitehall, James* Bank Btk. (See 

adf. front coter.) 
Holbrook J. M., 37 Whitehall 
Lieberman L., 92 Whitehall 



Turkish Baths. 
WILSON J. STAINBACE, 

I3«Lnyd, opp Markham House* 
(See adv. p. 67.) 

Turn Tables. 

[ Manufaoturers.] 

WILKINS, POST ft CO., 

40 Marietta. (See adr. p. 28.) 

Undertakers. 

Bohnefeld C, 37 Marietta 
Cargile M , col'd, 9 Ivy 

COLES H., 

ooVd. 170J^ Marietta 
Swift CM., agt., 47 S Loyd 

United States Comm'rs. 

[See Commissioners.] 

Upholsterers. . 

Brown C. R., 25 Marietta 
Castleberry &. Co., 42 and 44 White- 
hall 

ERGENZINGER A., 

12 E. Hunter 

WILLIAM FINGER, 

PRAOTIOAL UPHOLSTEBER. 

No. 7 E riunter st. 

Wurk fur il.i> trade and households 
solicited. Repairs neatly and prompt- 
ly executed. 

Qavan J. H., 37 E. Alabama 
Mann Andrew, 49 E. Alabama 

Upholstering Goods. 
CH AMBERIIN, B Y N - 

TON & CO., 66 and 68 Whitehall 

Varieties* 

Clapp E. I.. 27 Whitehall 

PURLEY J., 

7 Peachtree 

SHXTTTLES ft SONS, 

8} MarietU 

Vinegar Manufacturers. 

Gate City Vinegar Works, 17 8. Broad 
Jones & Wiiitney, Jackson, nr Houston 




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(See also Blacksmiths.) 

FINNET A. T., 

12 8. Forsyth. (See adv. p. CO.) 
Irwin A., ool'd, 323 Decatur 
Maahburn E,, 875 £. Peachtrce 

WarehoTises. 

(See Cotton Warehouses.) 

Watches, Clocks and 
Jewelry. 

(See also Jewelers.) 

BABNABD & BBOS.. 

4 Marietta 
Boilman W., 10 Whitehall 
Bryan W .L., 24 Marietta 

EVEBETT A. B., 

6 Marietta. (See ady. front palter.) 
Oerbie J. C, 1 Peach tree 
Ouioiarin T. J., 18 Whitehsll 
Haynes W. A., 10 Macietta 

LAWSHE ES, 

47 Whitehall 
McMillan J. W., 4 Walton 



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cLocss, m iimi 

Spootaoles, X^to., X2to. 

The manafactare of hair Jewelr)- a Specialty. 

4i Wbitehall Street, Allanta. 

(:?oe adv. front cover.) 



PLUMMEB E T., 

17 Whiteha ll 

STEVENS J. p., 

28 Whitehall 

Water Companies. 

Atlanta Water Works, office 28 Kim- 
ball House 

White Goods. 
CATER W. E., 

51 Whitehill 

Wild Land Agents. 

Logan J. L., 68 £. Alabama 

Window Olass. 

[See also Paints, Oils, Etc.] 
Calder W., 49 and 61 S. Pryor 

Window Shades. 

Haygood W. A. 88 Marietta 

Wood Dealers. 

Bridwell M. L., 219 Decatur 
Bush J. Z.. Simpson, nr Marietta 
Dnesberry D. B., 16 £. Alabama 

EISWALD T. G., 

Decatur, corLoyd 
OloTer J. Hm 22 E. Peters 
Pitts M. F., 7 N.Bell 
Prisock M. J. 160 Decatur 

SCIPLE ft SONSi 

59 Decatur 
Shumate R. C, 67 Ga. R. R 

WILSON W. S. ft BBO., 

25 N. Broad. (See h^r. opp. title.) 



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Two Trains Daily from SavaniLali to JCi^ksonville, 

CONNECTIJ^G WITH STEAMERS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER FOR 

ST. AUGUSTINE AND ALL RIVER LANDINGS. 
PULLMAN'S PALACE SLEEPING CARS 

ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS. 





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Information given and Tickets Sold by Rail or Steamship to all Points in Florida, in 
connection with the *' ATLAZTtZO JLIH) GFTJLF BAZLBOAS/' 

Send Stamp for Descriptive Guide of South Georgia ^and Florida Lands for Sale, etc 

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G.D.OWENS, \ General Freight Agent. 

General Agent. 315 Broadway. N.Y. GEO. 8 HAINES. 

Gen. Ticket Agent, Savannah. 



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2. Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic, 25 
S. <?ryinfl;wCoUe.or Teething of Infants 25 

4. Diarrncea, ot Children or Adults,. 25 

5. I>ysentei7, Griping, Biliou* Cotic, 25 

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8. Nenralna, Toothache, Faceache, 25 

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!•. llyspepala, Biliious Stomach, 25 

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IS. Cronp, Cough, DitHcnIt Breathing, 25 

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Itt. Fever A Afrne, Chill, Ferer, Agues 50 

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18. Ophthalmy, and sore or weak eyes 50 
10. Catarrb, acute or chronic. Influenza, 50 



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Scroftela, enlarged elands. Swellings 50 
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Sea-Siehneas, sickness from riding 50 
Kidney-lHsease, Gravel, 50 

BTervons DeMllty, Vital weak- 
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Sore Month, Cank*r, 50 
Urinarv Weahnefla,wetting the bed 50 
Painful Periods, or with spasms, 50 
Disease of Heart, palpitations, 

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Epilepsy, Spasms, St Vitas' 

DancA 1 

Diphtheria, uleerated sore throat, 
CThronic Congestions and Eruptioas, 



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Connections are made at Nashville with Trains from the South, thus forming 

TBS iBHSaX TRITNl^ ROITTB 

Hissbxtfl, &&3fta, Ooloralo, Oalifonia aAl the Fad^ ^lopo. 




Run from Nashville to St. Louis 



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RAVELERS, remember this is the Througl^ Line between the South, 
east and the Northwest. By this line you pass over the wonderful 
Steel Bridge at Bt. Louis, landing in the heart of the dty, and mal^e 
close connections with all Trains for the West and Northwest. 

cr OaU to Tleketi via the ST. L0T7ZS ft S0T7TS8AST2BK BAZL'WAT, 
i*A£/i aad be sure reu grot thorn. 

For further information address. 



S. 2T. SKTBaB, 

So. Pass.Ajgeiit, 
CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 
J. a. "WTLSOW, 

General Manager, 

ST. LOUIS, MO. 



TBOS. linTKAir, 

Soatheastem Pass. Agent, 

ATLANTA, GA. 

JOSXr "W. MASS, 

General Pass. Agent, 

ST. LOUIS, MO.^ 



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ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, 

AND THE NORTHWEST, 
Kov omiBS TSa sssr rAoxums to TBAvsLsas. 

g THROUGH DAILYTRAINS O 

I«eave Union Denot for t^r 





THX FXTLLXtCAXT 

Drawing-room n Sleeping Cars 

RUy THROUGH WITHOUT CE^AKOxi! 



CONN6CTION8 ARE MADE AT 

For Memphis, Clarksville, and all 
points via Memphis Sc Lonisville R. R 

With trains of Lonisville, Pa- 



GUTHRIE 
NORTONVILLE. 
EVANSVILLE, 
ASHLEY, 
St. LOUIS 



dnoah It Southwestern R. R 



For Chicago and the East. 



For Cairo and all points on Illinois 
Central Railroad. 

And East St. Lonis, for the West and 
Northivest. 



may be obtained at the Uuion 
Depot, Atlanta, and at all the principal ticket offices in the South. 

J. S. WZLSOXT, JOSH W. ICASS, 

Receiver and Qenl Manager, ^ Gen Pass S Ticket Agt. 



ATLANTA CITT DIBECTOBT. 




VIA PORT ROTAL, S. C. 



The Sliortett and Qtdekett Line from BOSTOK and WW TOBS to all 
Interior Mutt in Otoorsla, JUaliama, Tenneoeee and lOadaipsL 

One of the following First Class Steamships will sail from Pier » E. E., 

New. York, every FRIDAY, at 3 P. M., for 

PORT ROYAIm S. Cm Direct, 

steamer CARONDELJST, 

Steamer CZTT OF AUSTIN, 

Steamer CITT OF DALLAS. 

NO DELAYS! NO DR AY AGE 11 

Freight subjected to but one Transfer, which Is at Port Boyal under cover 

and across a thirty foot wharf. 



ICark Frdglit— 'Care Agent, Fort Boyal 8. a" 

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INSURANCE ONE HALF OF ONE PER CENT. 

Claims for Overcharge, Loss and Damage Promptly Adjusted. 

Freight received at all hours of the day, and Through Bills Lading Issued 

and signed as follows : 

ytom BOSTOXr : ITev Terk and Kev Znffland BaUioad, 

GEORGE H. WILLIAMS, Agent, 219 Washington 8t, Boston, Mass. 

From OTTW TOBZ: 2Trr York and Fort Boyal SteamiWp Line, 

C. H. MALLORY & CO., Agents, 153 Maiden Lane, New York. 

For Freight or Passage, and other InforBSatlon; apply to any of the following 

Agents of the Line: 

GEO. H. WILLIAMS, Agent, CHAS. B. CROWELL, Fr't Agt. 

219 Washington St., Boston. 263 Broadway, New York. 

W. S. ST. GEOEGE, T. S. DAVANT, 

Agent, Gm, Freight and Passenger AgerU, 

ATLA»TA,aA. ATTaXTSTA, a A. 







ATLANTA CITT DIRECTORY. 
Ke-OrKaniaed i876-18T7. 



ATLANTA CITT DIBECTORT. 



NEW LINE 



TO AND FROM FLORIDA. 



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AND THE 



Macofl and Brunswick Railroaii 

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Is now ready for business, with its new schedules, improved equipments and quick time, 
▼ia BRUNSWICK, GA., and FERNANDINA, FLA. 

"the following are the present Palace Sleeping Car accommodations :-- Between 
Brunswick and Boston, with but one change, and at Danville, Va ; between Brunswick 
and Louisville. Ky.. with no change; between Brunswick and St. Louis only one 
Change; and at Atlanta, Ga , where changes occur it is about midday, and either in 
Union Depots or across a simple platform. 

An elegant low -pressure side wheel saloon Steamer makes the transfer between 
Brunswick^ Ga., and Fernandina, Fla. 

Passage strictly inland and along the beautiful and attractive Sea Islands of Georgia 
and Floricuu The run is in davlight and between three and four hours in time. M^s 
on the steamer are nnsurpassea. • 

THE CITKBESLANB B0T7T£ 

IS ▲ FSBlCAinSlTT ITSW LZNB. 

Prom FERNANDINA to JACKSONVILLE, FLA, there is a Through 

Indepenacnt Train without change. 

FM is LOW US Bi m om K. 

This Line connects with St. Louis, Chicago, Cincinnati, Louisville, Geveland. _ 
lifflwaakee, St. Paul, and ali points West and ^forthwest, via Nashville, Chattanooga, 
Atlanta and Macon ; and to all points East and North, via Piedmont Air- Line^ Virginia, 
Midland, Kennesaw Route, Atlantic Coast Line, and the Midland Route. 

QVZOZ TUCK, 0000 BOAD, ST7SS COXnTaOTZOlTS. 

Through Tickets on sale at all principal points. Baggage checked through or rediecked 

without disturbance to the passenger. I ^ , 

As between the common points, Jesup, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., it is 5S ^M[LES 

SHORTER than any other route ; and as between the common points, Nashville, Tenn, 

and Jacksonville, Fla., it is 46 MILES SHORTER than any other route. 

' Patrons of the Macon & Brunswick Railroad who may prefer an All rail Connection 

from and to Florida, have the opportunity of same, via Jesup and Live Oak, as heretofore. 

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The b aiilBniasvicl; L L 

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Has superior advantages, both at Brunswick and Savannah. Its 
steamship and sailing vessel connections are complete with New 
York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore and other Northern and 
Eastern points. 

Rates as Low as by any other Line. 

TIHE AS aVICK. 

This branch of its business receives special personal supervision 
and care from its officers. Brunswick as a port is unexcelled 
The road also has all the facilities of the Green Lme Rates, from 
and to all points West and Northwest. 



FINE LANDS. 

Special attention is invited to .the Valuable Lands along this 
Road, suitable for profitable farming. The lands also offer g^eat 
inducements for Lumber Business, Turpentine and Naval Stores, 
and other pursuits. They are cheap in price, can be had in large 
or small bodies, and on long credits. There is miich of it slightly 
rolling, with clay subsoil. Climate perfectly healthy. The country 
is attractive, and offers many profitable inducements. There are 
now many colonies of emigrants. The Railroad offers superior 
inducements and facilities in rates and accommodations Full 
information and descriptive pamphlet cheerfully sent on application, 
personally or by letter, to either of the undereigned, at Macon, Ga. 

HEKBT M. DRANE, JOHK A. OBAJTr, 

Oen. Freight, Ticket 4r Passenger Agt. Superintendent. 



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DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS, 

CARRYING U. S. MAIL. 



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ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS. 



PaasensTors g^o Thron^li betn^een 

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CONNECTION COMPLETE. 



op DIIjECT ALL I^illL IjOUTE TO 

LITTLE ROCK, Kensett, Newport, Hot Springs, Arkidelphift, Fulton, Texar- 
kana, Jeiferaon, Shreveport, Marshall, LongTiew, DaHas, Sherman, Denlson, 
Palestine, Heame, Waco, Houston, Richmond, Eagle Lake, Columbus, Weimar, 
Bohulenberg, Flatonia, Harwood, Luling, San Antonio, GaUesfon, 

And all intermediate points in Arkansas and Texas^ 

DIRECT CONNECTION ^Trra^^n'Ltth^^^^^ 



^^S* Passengers reewh tTncksonport and Bates ville via XeW' 
partf ami Searcy via Kensett; Pine Bluff via Little Rock, 
and Clarendon atul Augusta via Brinhley, 



ALSO, in same depot at ARGENTA, with trains on LITTLE 
BOCK & FOBT SMITH BAILBOAD for Lewisburg, 
Russelyille, Dardanelle, Clarksville, Van Buren, Fort Smith, etc. 



Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cars 

ON ALU NIGHT TRAINS. 



ASK FOB TICKETS VIA MEMPHIS. 



S. JAY, GcnM Pass, and Ticket Ag't.» 

Little Rock, 

*. B. PRICHARD, Gea'l Manager, 

LitUe Bock. 



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Detroit, Cleveland, 

Hobokeu, Michniond, 

Jersey City, St. Louis. . 

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